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Charlie Worsham Celebrates New Single "Want Me Too" Off Critically Acclaimed Debut Album Rubberband

Charlie Worsham Celebrates New Single "Want Me Too" Off Critically Acclaimed Debut Album Rubberband

Featured In Starring Guest Role On Recent Episode of Fox's Hit TV Show "Bones"

NASHVILLE, TN (January 23, 2014) – Rising Nashville singer-songwriter Charlie Worsham was featured last week on the David Boreanaz directed episode of Bones, playing the role of struggling music artist Colin Haynes. Fans can watch his performance segment on Fox’s website, while they can read what he had to say about the experience in his recent Washington Post interview. Four songs off Worsham’s critically-acclaimed debut album, Rubberband, including his new country radio single “Want Me Too,” were heard throughout the night’s episode. Fans quickly reacted following the play and Worsham's album shot to Top 10 on iTunes country chart, Top 40 on iTunes overall chart and reached No. 2 on AmazonMP3’s Country Chart.

Originally from Grenada, Mississippi, Worsham studied music at Berklee before moving to Nashville, where he wrote and produced the entire 11-track album (co-produced by Ryan Tyndell, executive produced by Arturo Buenahora) before releasing the album on Warner Bros. Records to rave reviews. Celebrating the release with performances on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Fox & Friends, the album impressively landed on several of 2013 Best Of lists; including Spin’s “Best Country Albums,” American Songwriter’s “Top 50 Albums,” and Billboard’s “Top 10 Country Albums.” iTunes also featured Rubberband as one if its “Best of 2013 Editor’s Choice and Top Sellers" as well as being featured in Rhapsody’s “Top 25 Albums of 2013.”

Worsham is also a featured artist on the coveted CRS “New Faces” show in February. For more information, please visit http://www.charlieworsham.com , Facebook.com/TheCharlieWorsham and follow: @charlieworsham

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