American Young Release New Single ‘Better On You’ And Announce BCMA Awards Appearance


Curb Records’ recording duo, American Young are returning to the UK for an appearance at the British Country Music Awards. Having proved a phenomenal hit on their eleven-date European tour, the couple’s third, the duo were thrilled to solidify their reciprocal love of the UK audiences with this prestigious nomination.

“We are always very excited to experience the European audiences, we connect with them in such a special way, it’s hard to describe,” comments Jon Stone, “The energy, the enthusiasm—It’s so much fun to be able to bring our passion to Europe, and the fans be so welcoming.”

Comprised of songwriter/musician, Kristy Osmunson, and songwriter/producer, Jon Stone, American Young released their debut album in late 2016. Penning 11 of the 12 tracks, showcasing Osmunson and Stone’s natural song writing abilities, the record features their first single, “Love is War,” along with tracks such as “God Sends a Train,” which speaks of the real-life devastation Osmunson endured when her mother was hit by a train but lived and eventually walked again, “Be Here,” which pleads for a moment of peace without the distractions of today’s world, and “Something to You,” which Osmunson fought back tears to record in the studio.

To celebrate the nomination, Curb Records is rush releasing the Duo’s CD in the UK through Proper. American Young has announced the release of their latest single “Better On You” which appears on both the digital and physical album here:  AY American Young
A flawless example of their inimitable chemistry and radio friendly sound, which has found a home on the BBC and Bauer networks, alongside Chris Country, 2 Country, CMR Nashville and London Live. With the duo able to count Bob Harris, Baylen Leonard, Ricky Ross and Claire Balding amongst their UK champions, they can’t wait to return to the UK for this special night.

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