Brett Young says his next album might include a few Charles Kelly co-writes. The Lady Antebellum singer has crashed a number of writing sessions since they've been on the road, not that the newcomer minds.

Young described his hectic day-of-show schedule during a media session prior to the celebration of the success of "You Think You Didn't Know" on July 17. It includes radio visits, meet and greets, an appearance during the headliners' set to sing Tim McGraw's "Something Like That" and oh yeah, his own four-song set.

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The singer and Taste of Country RISERS act is loving every minute of it. There is time to set up a basketball hoop, throw a football or join Lady A drummer (and Hillary Scott's husband) Chris Tyrrell in a fitness trailer. Writing is where Young has bonded most with his boss, though — he says whenever he has writers on the road, the equally tall country hitmaker wants to join in. Expect songs to make either his next solo album or the next Lady Antebellum album!

"In Case You Didn't Know" is Young's second No. 1 hit and the follow-up to "Sleep Without You." He got a new tattoo to commemorate his first No. 1, but says he isn't planning more to celebrate this one. The first was special, but now he's buying into the theory that you should celebrate like you'll be there again.

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