Little Big Town and Brantley Gilbert have highlighted a strong first three months of new country music releases in 2017, but projects from some of country music's biggest hitmakers — and recent award winners — are still to come.
Charlie Worsham is gearing up to release his second studio album Beginning of Things on April 21. Four years after his debut album released, the artist says the record is a bit of a fresh start for him as he hadn’t been feeling passionate about his craft prior to creating it.
It's CMA Music Fest in Nashville this week and with some of country's biggest stars all in one place, you never know who might just show up for a little jam session in the very earliest hours of the morning on Lower Broadway.
Charlie Worsham is adding his voice to a host of tributes to Little Jimmy Dickens in the wake of the iconic entertainer's death on Jan. 2. Worsham posted a heartfelt video covering the late singer's hit, 'Country Boy,' and sharing his favorite memory of Dickens.
Jake Owen and Charlie Worsham played a sold out set at the Greeley Stampede in Greeley, Colo. last month. The 'Want You Too' singer opened the show, before Owen brought a few surprises to the stage with him. See highlights in this Taste of Country photo gallery from the concert.
Charlie Worsham goes for win No. 5 and entrance into the Showdown Hall of Fame this week. His new single 'Want Me Too' topped Eric Church's 'Give Me Back My Hometown' over the weekend, setting up a battle with Little Big Town's Top 40 single 'Sober.'