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Worsham pushes "Half Drunk"

Friday, June 25, 2021 – Charlie Worsham, who will release his EP, "Sugarcane," on July 16 via Warner Music Nashville, released the song "Half Drunk" today.

"'Half Drunk' tells the story of the first time I told my wife I loved her," said Worsham. "I'd just been fired by my publisher, and my manager had quit management that week, but I was singing that day in one of my favorite rooms in all the world, the Station Inn. Powered by Yazoo Pale Ale, applause, and a sense that this girl I was crazy about might just be more special and more permanent than the whole music industry thing, I turned to Kristen, said those three magic words, and she said 'I love you too.' I hope this song inspires a lot of drunken making out and maybe a few last-time-saying-I-love-you-for-the-first-time moments."

Produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town), "Sugarcane" began as personal reflections from a daily writing exercise into sis songs about love, perseverance, struggle and joy.

Worsham has unveiled two additional tracks: "Believe In Love" and "Fist Though This Town."

Worsham, a Mississippi native, debuted in 2013 with "Rubberband" and four years later came out with "Beginning of Things."

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