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
Warner Bros. Records’ recording artist Charlie Worsham performed his current Top 20 hit single “Could It Be” this morning on Fox & Friends, followed by a special online after show performance of “Want Me Too” in celebration of his debut album, Rubberband, which was released everywhere today. The album was called "exquisite" by Washington Post and was named a “New and Noteworthy” album along with being the “Editor’s Choice” by iTunes.
Warner Music Nashville’s favorite newcomer Charlie Worsham, who’s releasing his debut album Rubberband August 20th on Warner Bros. Records, announced that his exclusive fan pre-order is live today at charlieworsham.com. Two pre-order packages containing exclusive music and merchandise are available in Charlie's online store.
Warner Music Nashville’s favorite newcomer Charlie Worsham will be releasing his debut album, titled Rubberband, August 20th on Warner Bros. Records. The 11 track release, which features his first single, “Could It Be,” was entirely co-written by Worsham, and co-produced with Ryan Tyndell (Executive Produced by Arturo Buenahora). "Could It Be," which earned Charlie the title of Country Aircheck’s No. 1 most added male artist for first week radio adds, is currently available on iTunes.
Billboard recently sat down with Charlie Worsham to talk about the success of "Could It Be" and the making of his upcoming debut album. In the interview, Charlie discusses his reaction to hearing "Could It Be" on the radio for the first time, as well as the instrumental work on his upcoming album. In regard to the recording process, he exclaims, "When it came time for this record to happen, the music was of utmost importance."
Warner Music Nashville recording artist Charlie Worsham will be the third featured artist on WMN’s new monthly interactive live concert stream, “Live from Music Square,” via StageIt on Tuesday, March 12. During the free session he will perform his current hit single, “Could It Be,” in addition to other new tracks from his debut album due out this summer. Click here for a special message from Charlie about his upcoming performance.
(L-R) Scooter Weintraub (W Management), Charlie Worsham, John Esposito (President & CEO, WMN), Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Sheryl Crow, Peter Strickland (EVP/GM, WMN), Brad Paisley, Scott Hendricks (SVP A&R, WMN), John Oates, Brett Eldredge, Chris Stacey (SVP Promotion, WMN)
Charlie Worsham released the latest video in his "Cover Challenge" series earlier this week. Worsham pegged international dance club hit "Gangnam Style," forcing himself to learn the Korean lyrics made famous by South Korean rapper PSY, record and mix the track in 24 hours. The video was recorded in Nashville at Charlie's home studio and on location at the Nashville Zoo.
Warner Music Nashville was created in 2009 to expand the presence of WMG and its family of labels in Nashville. The division is home to Atlantic Records, Warner Bros. Records, Elektra Nashville and Word Entertainment.