Brett Young Tour Dates
All Country & Folk Events
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About Brett Young
Brett Young was born to parents Steve and Cindy Young on March 23, 1981, in Jonesboro, Arkansas. He has an older sister named Michelle. When he was two years old, his family moved to Yorba Linda, California, where he would grow up. Brett’s father worked as a youth pastor and his mother was a kindergarten teacher.
As a child, Brett enjoyed playing sports and listening to country music. He began singing in church at a young age and eventually learned to play the guitar. After graduating from Oak Ridge High School, he attended Liberty University in Virginia.
In 2004, Brett met his future wife, Taylor Mills, while they were both working at a summer camp in California. The couple got married in 2006 and have two children together.
Brett’s musical career began in earnest when he moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 2007. He signed a publishing deal with Big Machine Label Group and began writing songs for other artists. His big break came in 2016 when his song “In Case You Didn’t Know” was recorded by country singer Granger Smith. The song became a hit, reaching the top of the country charts.
Brett has released three studio albums: self-titled Brett Young (2017), Ticket to L.A. (2018), and I Don’t Wanna Write This Song (2019). He has also won several awards, including the Academy of Country Music Award for New Male Artist of the Year and the Grammy Award for Best Country Solo Performance.
- Brett Young (2012)
- On Fire (2013)
- Broken Down (2013)
- Brett Young (2017)
- Ticket to L.A. (2018)
- Weekends Look a Little Different These Days (2021)
Awards and nominations
- Academy of Country Music Awards
- CMT Music Awards
- Teen Choice Awards
- Country Music Association Awards
- Billboard Music Awards