It’s Official: Charlie Worsham is the Coolest Guy in Country Music

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Maybe you’re a huge Charlie Worsham fan (::raises hand::) or maybe you only know him as that guy who sang “Could It Be” or maybe you don’t really know him all that well. At this weekend’s CMA Fest, Charlie officially proved that he’s the coolest guy in country music with 3 jam-packed late night shows filled with special guests. The first two shows took place at the world’s first country music record store, Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop, while the third had to be moved to aVenue to accommodate more fans in a cooler environment.
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However, these shows were more than just Worsham performing his excellent songs with an excellent band. They were truly a throwback tribute to country music and a revival of the Midnite Jamboree, full of incredible songs, incredible musicianship and incredible special guests.
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For this reason, we officially dub Charlie Worsham the coolest guy in country music.

Charlie took to Twitter each day to recap the incredible events.
Night one featured appearances by Vince Gill, Aubrie Sellers and Brothers Osborne.

Night two was even bigger with Ryan Beaver, Brandy Clark and Eric Church.

And night 3 wrapped things up with Kid Rock, Brent Cobb, Lucie Silvas, Margo Price and Hunter Hayes.
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  1. janetnave@gmail.com'
    janet nave

    I have always wondered why he is not recognized as a very talented artist among so many not as talented. And his looks don’t hurt either!!

  2. manoula12@hotmail.com'
    Donna

    He is a very talented guy!! Have seen him many times and I feel the same. Why is he not on top of the charts??!!! Love Charlie as he is so good to his fans and interacts with them so well!!! Good lookin too!!!

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