Chris Young Celebrates “Voices”

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Chris Young marked the success of his No. 1 single, "Voices," with an industry party at the ASCAP building in Nashville yesterday (March 21).

Celebrating along with Chris were songwriters Craig Wiseman and Chris Tompkins, who wrote the song with Chris. The three received congratulatory plaques from their publishing companies as well as Gary Overton, CEO of Sony Music Nashville, Chris' label. Chris in turn handed out plaques to the label staff to show his appreciation for their efforts in getting the song to No. 1.

"This has been absolutely unbelievable," Chris told the crowd of industry and media members. "I am one of the luckiest artists on this planet."

The event took on a humorous note as Craig presented his co-writers with a bottle of Patrón tequila with a clearly drawn line near the bottom of the bottle, taking off on one of the verses in the song, You can have a few, but don't ever cross that line.

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