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

Fans fill House of Blues for A.M. show

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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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