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Charlie Worsham, Nashville’s Best Kept Secret

Charlie Worsham, one of Nashville’s singer and songwriter

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Thirty one year old, Charlie Worsham is one of Nashville’s best kept secrets according to many. Worsham moved from Mississippi to Nashville 10 years after he attended the school Berklee College of Music. Releasing his first single in 2013, Charlie Worsham has continued to surprise listeners with his “intelligent” and “skillfully crafted albums.”

  Worsham started playing like any other small town singer and songwriter. He continuously played in “back-road” settings he was not even supposed to know about because of his age, in his Baptist Church and at the age of twelve at the Opry. He had many musical inspirations including Don Williams, Earl Scruggs and Tom Petty. When he was not singing or playing music he would listen to those artists.

  Charlie Worsham is supported by many because of his “Southern Boy Charm,” or yes ma’am and yes sir. His first single released was called Could It Be, avaliable on iTunes and played on some country radio stations. Worsham was signed by Warner Music Nashville, where he for the past two years has continued to produce songs and divide his time up between live playing artists. He is a demanded musician for many popular country singers such as Miranda Lambert and Taylor Swift.  

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