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Apr
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Charlie Worsham On His Sophomore Record, His Inspirations And Songwriting – Interview

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We were lucky enough to be front and centre during the press conferences at the recent C2C Festival in London. Charlie Worsham stopped by to talk about his upbringing, his musical and literary inspirations, working with Frank Liddell, his second record, his appearance on Bones, helping the next generation, songwriting, his heroes, his artistic evolution, and returning to his (literal) roots. You can read what went down below.

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Mar
18

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Frankie Ballard + Charlie Worsham @ Hoxton Square, London, UK | March 17, 2016 – Review

I have a few highlights of C2C Festival and its subsequent ‘Introduces’ shows, but one that I did not expect was the sheer brilliance of Charlie Worsham. I was a fan of his album prior to the festival and I was looking forward to seeing him play, but from the CMA Songwriters Series to the C2C press room to his support slot for Frankie Ballard last night, I was amazed and entertained every step of the way. This guy is seriously talented in terms of sheer musicianship, but he’s also a very good songwriter, a capable vocalist, and the nicest, most humble guy and passionate music fan you will ever meet.

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Mar
11

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CMA Songwriters Series @ IndigO2, London, UK | March 10, 2016 – Review

(l-r) Shane McAnally, Ashley Monroe, Charlie Worsham, Charles Esten, and Lori McKenna perform during the CMA Songwriters Series Thursday at indigo at The O2 in London. Photo Credit: Anthony D'Angio/CMA

(l-r) Shane McAnally, Ashley Monroe, Charlie Worsham, Charles Esten, and Lori McKenna perform during the CMA Songwriters Series Thursday at indigo at The O2 in London.
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I have seen every CMA Songwriters event to grace the O2 Arena, and there are always high expectations. I love the camaraderie and collaboration of the artists and songwriters, the sprinkling of hits with little-known gems and brand new material, and how the crowd treats the performers with such reverence. There’s the stories, too; how the songs came to be and little tidbits of the aftermath of their release. This show was no different, and yet it was on a higher level than any songwriters show I had seen yet.

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Dec
2

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CMA Songwriters Series Line-Up Announced For London, March 2016

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Charles Esten, Shane McAnally, Lori McKenna, Ashley Monroe, and Charlie Worsham bring CMA Songwriters Series back to indigo at The O2 in London, Thursday, March 10, 2016

The CMA Songwriters Series will return to the UK for its 10th European show on Thursday, March 10, 2016 at indigo at The O2 in London. Celebrating the craft of storytelling through song and the stories behind Country Music’s greatest hits, this CMA Songwriters Series will feature Charles Esten, Shane McAnally, Lori McKenna, Ashley Monroe and Charlie Worsham.

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Sep
7

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Charlie Worsham Announces ‘Mississippi To Manchester’ Tour

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Critically acclaimed singer / songwriter Charlie Worsham announced via personal video his first UK tour as a solo artist. The last time Worsham visited the United Kingdom, he was studying Shakespeare for a semester at the University of Cambridge; he now puts down the books and picks up his guitar for the eight-date “Mississippi to Manchester: UK Tour 2015,” which will kick off November 12th at The Leopard in Doncaster and wrap up on November 25th at the Library Theatre in Darwen.

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May
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Country Cruising Cruise To Set Sail In October; Featuring Trace Adkins, Thompson Square, Joe Nichols & More

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Trace Adkins, Thompson Square, Craig Morgan, Joe Nichols, Parmalee, Blackjack Billy, Charlie Worsham, and More Headed for The High Seas on The Country Cruising Cruise Set to Sail October 23, 2015

This fall, many of the top performers in Country Music will be hitting the high seas as part of Country Cruising – a seven night cruise through the Caribbean that begins October 23 in Miami, FL, and proceeds through Nassau, Great Stirrup Cay, Key West, and the Grand Cayman Islands before returning to Miami on October 30.

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Mar
4

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Charlie Worsham ‘Want Me Too’ – Single Review

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I know I’m pretty late to the Charlie Worsham party. The party started last year when he released his critically-acclaimed debut album ‘Rubberband’ with the lead single ‘Could It Be’ peaking at #13 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart. I wasn’t overly in love with ‘Could It Be’ (especially when I saw a YouTube comment that said it sounded like Rascal Flatts, and I realized they were kinda right), but December saw Charlie releasing his second single, ‘Want Me Too’, which appears to continue the narrative of looking toward a potential relationship, but furthers its progress.

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