Country music singer-songwriter Brett Young‘s parenting and career goals are at the forefront of his mind as the new year begins. The star and his wife, Taylor, welcomed their daughter Presley on October 21st.
“There won’t be a [New Year’s resolution] that doesn’t involve being a better dad,” Young recently explained to The Boot. “So, musically, if I can find a way to be gone less or bring her out on the road more, that’ll be it.”
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2019 has absolutely blown my mind. To say that @taylormillsyoung and I have been blessed is an enormous understatement. It shouldn’t come as a surprise, but I was emotional and overwhelmed to realize that our beautiful little girl, Presley Elizabeth, was in all 9 of my biggest posts of the year. She has made this year the best yet, and changed our lives. The 3 of us are wishing all of you the most incredible end to 2019, and much love and blessings in 2020! Cheers 🍾 -B, T + P
While Young enjoys his career, he wants to make sure that he’s doesn’t miss out on anything. “I love what I do for a living, and I love that it provides for this beautiful new family, but I don’t wanna miss out on a single thing, either,” he confessed.
Right now, Young is trying to find the right kind of balance between the demands of his career and his personal life. Fortunately, other country stars such as Thomas Rhett and Luke Bryan have been successful in juggling both and make great examples.
“I don’t think there is an actual balance, but doing our best to find some semblance of one that works so that I don’t have to miss watching her grow up,” Young shared.
Brett Young’s parenting and career outlook is so refreshing. He definitely knows where his proprieties are and what is really important! Share this update with other country music fans!
Brett Young’s THE CHAPTERS TOUR Dates
1/30 – Knoxville Civic Auditorium – Knoxville, TN
1/31 – Stranahan Theater – Toledo, OH
2/1 – Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY
2/6 – Old National Events Plaza – Evansville, IN
2/7 – Stifel Theatre – St. Louis, MO
2/8 – Brown County Music Center – Nashville, IN
2/9 — Brown County Music Center – Nashville, IN
2/14 – SNHU Arena – Manchester, NH
2/15 – Bob Carpenter Center – Newark, DE
2/27 – Orpheum Theatre – Omaha, NE
2/28 – Mankato Civic Center Arena – Mankato, MN
2/29 – Swiftel Center – Brookings, SD
3/26 – Robinson Performance Hall – Little Rock, AR
3/27 – The Criterion – Oklahoma City, OK
4/16 – Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium – Chattanooga, TN
4/17 – Township Auditorium – Columbia, SC
4/18 – Sprint Pavilion – Charlottesville, VA
4/25 – Red Rock Casino Resort Spa – Las Vegas, NV
4/26 – Mechanics Bank Theater – Bakersfield, CA
5/1 – Avila Beach Resort – San Luis Obispo, CA
5/4 – The Union – Salt Lake City, UT
5/6 — Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Edmonton, AB
5/7 – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Edmonton, AB
5/8 – Grey Eagle Event Centre – Calgary, AB
5/9 – Abbotsford Centre – Abbotsford, BC