Chris Young has co-written some of his biggest hits like “Tomorrow,” “You” and “Voices.” He says the key to finding a good songwriting partner is making sure you connect on a friend level.
“Generally I like writing with someone who I can sit around and talk with and have fun with for the first 30 or so minutes, where we stumble on an idea and see what comes of it,” Chris tells American Songwriter.
Chris isn’t afraid to try writing with new people either.
He says, “I don’t have any reservations about who I will or won’t write with because you never know when the combination is going to be perfect.”
Chris is also open to songs written by other people, like his latest single, “Neon.” It’s the title cut from his third album, available now.
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