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Charlie Worsham's "Rubberband" Released August 20th to Stunning Reviews

Charlie Worsham's "Rubberband" Released August 20th to Stunning Reviews

Warner Bros. Records’ recording artist Charlie Worsham, who recently performed at Nashville’s world famous Grand Ole Opry and signed albums for hundreds of fans after the performance, just released his debut album Rubberband on August 20th to impressive reviews:

“Exquisite debut” “[Charlie’s] voice feels like a cleansing breeze weaving through a rubble of red Solo cups.” – The Washington Post

“Charlie Worsham is breathing some incredibly fresh—and talented—air into country music” – Country Weekly

“Editor’s Choice” and “New and Noteworthy”– iTunes

“Rubberband is a mix of free-styling grooves and heartbreak ballads” – Billboard

“Original and exciting” “It's men like Charlie Worsham that will be the backbone of country music for decades to come.” (4.5/5 stars) – Taste of Country

"Charlie delivers one of the year’s most exciting debuts…There’s a level of energy on Rubberband as inspired as it is genuine…"– GAC

A Mississippi native, Worsham co-wrote and co-produced the 11-track album with Ryan Tyndell in East Nashville, TN. (Executive Produced by Arturo Buenahora). It features his current Top 20 hit single “Could It Be,” the albums' title track “Rubberband,” as well as "Tools of the Trade,” a special collaboration between Worsham, Marty Stuart and Vince Gill – two of his biggest musical idols. With recent performances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Fox & Friends to celebrate the release of Rubberband, fans can catch Worsham on tour in support of his debut album, which include upcoming shows with Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley.

For more information, please visit / Follow: @charlieworsham

Charlie Worsham’s upcoming tour dates

August 30 – Philippi, WV Barbour County Fair

August 31 – Pikeville, KY Eastern Kentucky Expo Center

September 1 – Ebensburg, PA Cambria County Fair

September 6 – Omaha, NE Turner Park at Midtown Crossing

September 7 – Dallas, TX Geza Energy Pavillion

September 13 – York, PA WGTY’s Radio Stage @ The York Fair

September 14 – Tulsa, OK BOK Center (Rock ‘N Rib Fest)

September 20 – Medina, OH Thirsty Cowboys

September 21 – Fort Wayne, IN Parkview Field (K105fm Country Fest ’13)

September 26 – Lubbock, TX United Spirit Arena

September 27 – Austin, TX Austin360Amphitheater

September 28 –Woodlands, TX The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

October 12 – Albuquerque, NM Balloon Fiesta Park

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