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Worsham plans to play "Rubberband" come August

Friday, May 31, 2013 – Charlie Worsham will release his debut album, "Rubberband," on Aug. 20 on Warner Bros. Records.

The 11-track release, featuring his debut single, Could It Be, was entirely co-written by Worsham and co-produced with Ryan Tyndell (executive produced by Arturo Buenahora). The album also includes a collaboration between Worsham, Marty Stuart and Vince Gill - two of his biggest musical idols - for Tools of the Trade.

Before he wrote and recorded "Rubberband," the Mississippi native was a studio musician along with being on the road. He worked with artists such as Eric Church and Dierks Bentley and shared stages with Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert

Songs on the CD are:
1. Could It Be
2. Want Me Too
3. Young To See
4. Trouble Is
5. Rubberband
6. How I Learned To Pray
7. Tools Of The Trade
8. Mississippi In July
9. You Can't Break What's Broken
10. Someone Like Me
11. Love Don't Die Easy

Worsham is doing shows with The Band Perry, Lambert and Bentley.

Tour dates are:
May 30 Bowling Green, KY Beech Bend Park
May 31 Detroit, MI WYCD Hoedown @ Comerica Park
June 1 Visalia, CA KJUG JUGfest
June 2 Waco, TX Wade Bowen Music Festival
June 5 Nashville, TN CMT Music Awards: Fan After-Party
June 5 Nashville, TN Marty Stuart's Late Night Jam
June 7 Winsted, MN Winstock Country Music Festival
June 8 Nashville, TN CMA Music Fest Fan Social Presented by CMT
June 8 Chicago, IL Joe's Bar
June 9 Martin, MI B-93's Birthday Bash
June 12 Birmingham, AL Tin Roof Birmingham
June 13 Nashville, TN Dave and Busters Opry Mills with The Big 98 WSIX
June 14 Richmond, VA Classic Amphitheatre
June 17 Albany, NY WGNA Golf Tournament
June 22 Grand Junction, CO COUNTRY JAM USA
June 29 Point Pleasant, WV Point Pleasant Regatta
July 5 Helotes, TX Floores Country Store
July 28 Tucson, AZ Ava Ampitheater
Aug. 8 Franklin, TN Williamson County Fair
Aug. 9 Louisville, KY 4th Street Live! Country Nights
Aug. 10 Middlebourne, WV Tyler County Fair
Aug. 29 Sevierville, TN Smokies Stadium
Aug. 30 Philippi, WV Barbour County Fair
Sept. 1 Ebensburg, PA Cambria County Fair
Sept. 14 Oakdale, CA SVMF
Sept. 28 Woodlands, TX The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

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