Brett Young offers the acoustic collection of the third studio album


Weekends sound a bit acoustic these days available September 3

Brett Young shares his plans for a laid back ‘weekend’ with Weekends sound a bit acoustic these days – officially released on September 3rd via BMLG Records. The upcoming release features fresh, stripped-down versions of songs from his latest collection, Weekends are a little different these days. Fans can now listen to the acoustic version of his current single “Not Yet”.

The top 7 of the charts has 5.5 billion global feeds that continue to add to its stacked portfolio. Inspired by the lyrics of his gold certified No. 1 family song, “Lady,” Young writes a love letter to his little girls and details the joys of fatherhood with his first children’s book. “Love You, Little Lady” was released wherever the books are sold on August 24 via Tommy Nelson (an imprint of HarperCollins). The hitmaker is scheduled to appear on TalkShopLive with host Shawn Parr on Tuesday, August 17 at 6 p.m. ET.

Young is taking his new music and nonstop hits on the road starting next month, kicking off his first Labor Day weekend of Caliville Weekend in Palm Springs. Young organized music programming and activities near his southern California hometown. The event was originally scheduled for June 18-21, but postponed in an effort to provide the safest and most special experience possible for fans. Fans can also see Young live on his headliner The Weekends Tour starting September 11 in Fort Worth, TX with Maddie & Tae and Filmore with Ryan Hurd and Matt Ferranti on select shows.

Last month, Young became a member of the Pandora’s Billionaire Club as he was surprised at tour rehearsals in Nashville with a Pandora Billionaire Plaque for surpassing the billion stream on the platform.

  1. Weekends are a little different these days
  2. This
  3. Dear me
  4. Leave me alone
  5. Not yet
  6. You made it out
  7. You do not have
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