Chris Young during a live meet & greet from Indianapolis’ Klipsch Music Center with fans in Fan Fair Hall at Nashville’s CMA Music Festival on 6-8-12
Photo By: TrackerATX
After meeting and greeting with fans for more than nine hours on Thursday (6/7) at CMA Music Festival between signings in Fan Fair Hall and the full capacity crowd at his fan club party, RCA Recording Artist Chris Young had to leave home to play a full weekend of shows including stops in Indianapolis, Chicago and Detroit. Despite the miles between them, the Grammy-nominated singer still wanted to do more to show his appreciation over the four-day festival to the people who have loyally supported his music and career.
While waiting to take the stage for Miranda Lambert’s “On Fire” tour in Indianapolis on Friday (6/8), Young employed Netwave Technology so that he could spend another hour hosting a virtual meet & greet with his fans back in Nashville. As fans waited in line at Young’s booth at CMA Music Festival, the singer video chatted with each person individually and signed a digital photo. He later took to twitter and announced a surprise Skype session with CMA Music Festival attendees for Saturday (6/9) from Chicago’s Wrigley Field, where later than night he played for an estimated 35,000 country music fans. Young was the only artist this year to host a virtual meet-and-greet from Fan Fair Hall at CMA Music Festival.
2012 continues to be a banner year for RCA Recording Artist Chris Young. In addition to burning up the road on the “On Fire” tour, Young recently landed his fifth consecutive #1 single and posted two RIAA certified Gold singles. His newest single, the title track to his recently released album Neon, is currently climbing the charts at country radio.
Chris Young fans in Fan Fair Hall at CMA Music Festival in Nashville gathered for a live Skype chat with the singer from Chicago’s Wrigley Field on 6-9-12
Photo By: Caitlin Selle/CMA