Having a baby on the way has proven to be great inspiration for Brett Young. The "Catch" singer says he has a song written for his little girl, who's due later this month.

Talking to Taste of Country Nights, Young reveals that he's been writing a lot lately -- and not all of it has been about his first child with wife Taylor Mills. But, of course, we've got all kinds of questions about baby girl.

On Thursday night (Oct. 3), his interview will premiere on air across over 100 radio stations nationwide, and on Taste of Country's YouTube page and Facebook page. Set a reminder to watch at 9PM ET and see how the 38-year-old plans to handle diaper duty, crying babies and the stress of choosing the perfect name.

In August, Young released a new acoustic EP called The Acoustic Sessions that features many of his most well-known songs, stripped back. The 2017 Taste of Country RISERS star is an effective storyteller capable of moving a room with little more than his voice and guitar. In this interview he explains how that was an early asset for him as he tried to emerge out of the California pop-country scene.

ToC Nights Live is a longform interview series that lets artists tell their stories without interruption. The two radio hosts also introduce games and make room for live performances when possible. Young doesn't perform, but he does compete to see if he can change a diaper in under 30 seconds.

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