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The Acoustic Sessions

Brett Young

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Catch (The Acoustic Sessions)
Brett Young
Here Tonight (The Acoustic Sessions / feat. Charles Kelley)
Brett Young; Charles Kelley
Don’t Wanna Write This Song (The Acoustic Sessions / feat. Sean McConnell)
Brett Young; Sean McConnell
Chapters (The Acoustic Sessions / feat. Gavin DeGraw)
Brett Young; Gavin DeGraw
Ticket To L.A. (The Acoustic Sessions)
Brett Young
Total Playing Time    17:37
Following a Teen Choice Awards nomination this week for Choice Country Artist, Multi-PLATINUM selling hitmaker Brett Young is releasing The Acoustic Sessions EP. The fresh, stripped-down collection features five tracks co-written by Young from his chart-topping album Ticket To L.A., lauded by critics as “…his ticket to country superstardom” (Newsday). The Acoustic Sessions demonstrates Young’s “breezy feel” (Billboard), reimagining fan-favorite album cuts while highlighting his "effortlessly soulful voice” (Music Row Magazine). In addition to Ticket To L.A.'s lead singles, the EP features the heart-wrenching, “Don’t Wanna Write This Song”, autobiographical “Chapters” feat. Gavin DeGraw, and the album’s the title track.
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