In this Aug. 8, 2018, photo, Brett Young poses in Nashville, Tenn. The Southern California-native has taken over as country music’s new heartbreak kid, thanks to that triple-platinum song and a string of other emotional, heartfelt ballads from this debut self-titled album in 2017. But he promises more tempo on the new album, including the title track “Ticket to L.A.,” which releases later this year.
In this Aug. 8, 2018, photo, Brett Young poses in Nashville, Tenn. The Southern California-native has taken over as country music’s new heartbreak kid, thanks to that triple-platinum song and a string of other emotional, heartfelt ballads from this debut self-titled album in 2017. But he promises more tempo on the new album, including the title track “Ticket to L.A.,” which releases later this year. Mark Humphrey AP Photo
In this Aug. 8, 2018, photo, Brett Young poses in Nashville, Tenn. The Southern California-native has taken over as country music’s new heartbreak kid, thanks to that triple-platinum song and a string of other emotional, heartfelt ballads from this debut self-titled album in 2017. But he promises more tempo on the new album, including the title track “Ticket to L.A.,” which releases later this year. Mark Humphrey AP Photo

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September 14, 2018 12:54 PM