Chris Young Celebrates Chart-Topping Song During ‘Today Show’ Appearance
Chris Young celebrated his latest No. 1 single, “I’m Comin’ Over,” with a performance on NBC’s Today Show (Nov. 16). Today anchor Matt Lauer surprised Young with the news that “I’m Comin’ Over,” the title track from Young’s fifth studio album, has become his sixth single to top the Billboard Country Airplay chart, and the seventh No. 1 overall.
“I’m a numbers guy so it’s hard for anybody to get anything over on me when it comes to the charts…but I had no idea that I would find out from Matt Lauer just before I performed on the Today show,” declared Young. “Never have I been told that I have a No. 1 song quite like this, and then for it to happen in the same week that my brand new record released, it was absolutely amazing!”
During the on-air appearance, Young performed both “I’m Comin’ Over,” and an earlier hit, “Aw Naw.”
SSM Entertainment’s Kayla Adams Plays Special Performance For Pediatric Patient
KTHK, 105.5/105.9 The Hawk Idaho Falls, Idaho and SSM Entertainment Recording Artist Kayla Adams made a special delivery to The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center to deliver doughnuts and play for 5-week-old Colsen and his parents.
The delivery was made as part of the weekly Random Act Of Donuts where The Hawk and The Idaho State Police deliver donuts to random businesses in East Idaho. Later that evening Kayla played a free show in The Hawks Nest Listener Lounge for listeners who brought donations for The Idaho Falls Food Bank.
Crystal Gayle Gets Theater Named In Her Honor
The Wabash County Historical Museum in Wabash, Indiana, has named its theater the Crystal Gayle Theater to honor the country star’s career.
“It’s so humbling to return to Wabash and feel the love from the community. They always welcome me home with open arms. I’m so proud to be here and be part of this incredible museum,” Gayle said.
The youngest of eight children, including Loretta Lynn, Gayle was born Brenda Gail Webb in Paintsville, Kentucky. As the coal mines closed, her family left the area to find work and moved to Wabash, Indiana. The updated exhibit features a replica of Gayle’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1986 American Music Award for Favorite Female Country Vocalist, When I Dream gold album, tour gown and tour book, and her 2005 Indiana Living Legend Award, along with various pictures and memorabilia.
“Our community has a strong affection for Crystal Gayle and her connection to many local families and this will be a great event for them to reconnect with her and enjoy the museum,” said Mitch Figert, Executive Director.
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