It isn’t unusual to by accident name or textual content the mistaken particular person after having a couple of drinks. Nonetheless, when your contacts record contains some heavy hitters within the music trade, maybe it is best to depart your telephone locked.
It is a lesson Chris Young discovered the onerous means after FaceTiming an artist whereas singing one in every of their songs at karaoke evening.
The nation singer supplied up his embarrassing story whereas chatting with Taste of Country Nights host Evan Paul. Coincidentally, the story opens in a well-known setting for Younger — on the finish of a bar.
“I could or could not have been on the finish of a bar, and somebody was like, ‘You must stand up and sing a Boyz II Males track,’ and I used to be like, ‘Okay.’ And I did,” he shares.
“After which I FaceTimed Wanya Morris from Boyz II Males,” he provides. “And he answered.”
That is when issues bought slightly uncomfortable, at the very least for Younger.
“After which I did not know what to do, ‘trigger now I am singing his track on stage in Nashville,” he says with a chuckle. “It is slightly awkward. Considering again the following day, being like, ‘I most likely should not have carried out that.'”
The “At the End of a Bar” singer did not share some other particulars, so it is unclear what Morris considered the second, nor whether or not he shared it with the opposite members of the trio.
When requested if he has carried out something related since then, Younger merely replies, “I attempt to not.”
Younger and Boyz II Males labored collectively in 2016 on a singular model of “Silent Evening.” The collaboration appeared on Younger’s vacation album, It Should Be Christmas. The undertaking additionally featured Alan Jackson and Brad Paisley.