Chris Janson Chris-Crosses Music Row

When it comes to putting on a fun, engaging, high-energy show, newcomer Chris Janson is a hard one to top. In fact, some of today's established stars could even take a lesson from him in charisma.

On a break from his multiweek promotional tour, Chris stopped by the Country Weekly offices to entertain staffers with an acoustic performance of his new single, "Better I Don't," and an endless stream of hilarious stories.

The singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, who also co-wrote the Tim McGraw hit "Truck Yeah," has been visiting radio stations across the country sharing his new music. He also managed to squeeze in a show last night (Jan. 24) in Nashville, performing to a packed house that included pal and frequent co-writer James Otto and other music industry VIPs.

Check out his lyric video for "Better I Don't" below.

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