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CHARLIE WORSHAM'S FEELING SWEET
8/9/21

Warner Music Nashville’s Charlie Worsham recently hit the rooftop of Zeppelin Nashville on 8/5 to celebrate the release of his latest EP, Sugarcane.

The singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist kicked off the night with a five-song set accompanied by a full-band for his performance. While the 6-track collection marks Worsham’s first studio release in four years, he’s recently collaborated with artists like Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Brandy Clark, Luke Combs, Vince Gill and Keith Urban, among others.

Pictured above feeling particularly sweet are (l-r) WMN’s SVP of Artist Development, Shane Tarleton; Sr. Director of Artist Development, Jamie Younger; EVP of A&R, Cris Lacy; Worsham; EVP/GM, Ben Kline; SVP Radio & Streaming, Kristen Williams; and Artist Mgmt’s Matt Shay.

Photo Credit: Jason Myers