Charlie Worsham has been called part of the next class of country music stars. With one hit under his belt and more on the way, the multi-instrumentalist has a lot of Nashville superstars pulling for him. He was handpicked to play shows with Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert and Darius Rucker. Others, like Eric Church and Dierks Bentley have called on Charlie’s talents in the studio, having him play on their albums.
A Mississippi native, Worsham co-wrote and co-produced his 11-track debut album, Rubberband, with Ryan Tyndell (Executive Produced by Arturo Buenahora) in a small independent studio in the edgy arts community of Nashville’s East Side. It features his current single, Want Me Too and his debut single, the Top 15 hit “Could It Be.” Additionally, two of his biggest musical idols – Marty Stuart and Vince Gill – join him on “Tools Of The Trade.” Charlie recently performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Fox & Friends and can currently be seen touring all across the United States in support of Rubberband.