Chris Young Donates $25,000 From L.A. Show

Fans fill House of Blues for A.M. show

image courtesy Sony Music Nashville

Like the title of his new album, A.M., alludes, Chris Young played into the early morning at his sold-out House of Blues show in Los Angeles. But it was for a good cause.

Chris donated $25,000 of the proceeds to his two favorite charities—St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Stars for Stripes.

Fans began lining up Monday morning to catch Chris’ two-hour show, which featured six songs from A.M., including his hit single “Aw Naw,” and all of his No. 1 singles. He also included a cover of ZZ Top’s “Sharp Dressed Man.”

While in L.A, Chris will also be making his second appearance on Ellen, Wednesday, Oct. 2.

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