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article imageReview: Chris Young dazzles on new country single 'Lonely Eyes' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 26, 2014 in Music
Country star Chris Young is back with his third single "Lonely Eyes" from his studio album "A.M." and it deserves to become a major hit.
Last year, when Digital Journal reviewed him A.M. studio album, we foreshadowed that "Lonely Eyes," ought to be released as a single at some point in the future, and I'm glad that Young and his label, RCA Nashville, decided to release it to radio.
"Lonely Eyes" was co-written by songwriters Johnny Bulford, Jason Matthews and Laura Veltz. It is the followup to his previous single, the love ballad "Who I Am With You," the latter of which fared extremely well on the charts.
While he did not write the song himself, Young instantly connected to the song from the first time that he heard it. The tune was inspired by his occasional late night hang out at Nashville's Losers Bar & Grill. His baritone vocals are rich and powerful and he stays true to his traditional country roots. He sings it with such ease and conviction that the listener would think that he penned it himself.
"They analyze your glass of wine, Roll away a pickup line, Now and then they check your phone, Catch mine and let 'em go, From the little bit I've seen, They're the perfect shade of green," Young sings.
The Verdict
Chris Young sure won't be lonely anymore after this radio single. Country music fans from all over America will be rushing to iTunes to download "Lonely Eyes." This will be the song that will bring him back to the top of the Billboard Hot Country charts once again, where he rightfully deserves to be. He is one of the most underrated male vocalists in the genre and this song proves this statement. It garners an A rating.
For more information on country singer Chris Young and "Lonely Eyes," visit his official website.
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