Crockett goes "Live from the Ryman" with CD, film
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Crockett goes "Live from the Ryman" with CD, film

Friday, August 18, 2023 – On Nov. 14, 2022, Charley Crockett played his first-ever show at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

Crockett will release "Live from the Ryman," a document of the sell-out show as an album and concert film on Sept. 29 via Son of Davy/Third Tigers. The show drew from Crockett's 12 albums and covers from George Jones, Tanya Tucker, James "Slim" Hand, Jerry Reed, T-Bone Walker and Townes Van Zandt.

"I wanted to play on that stage so badly, but I didn't know how it would ever happen," said Crockett in a letter to fans about Live from the Ryman. "That's what was running through my mind the night The Blue Drifters and I played the Ryman for the first time."

The track list is:
1. "Cowboy Candy"
2. "Time of the Cottonwood Trees"
3. "Just Like Honey"
4. "Black Sedan"
5. "The Man From Waco"
6. "Between My House and Town"
7. "Odessa"
8. "The Valley"
9. "Jukebox Charley"
10. "Music City USA"
11. "Midnight Run" & "Lesson in Depression"
12. "Don't Tell Me That"
13. "Welcome to Hard Times"
14. "Name on a Billboard"
15. "Jamestown Ferry"
16. "I Feel For You"
"Travelin' Blues"
18. "Round This World"
19. "Trinity River"
20. "I'm Just A Clown"
21. "Goin' Back To Texas"
"Tecumseh Valley"
23. "Paint It Blue"

Crockett released his last full-length album, "The Man From Waco," last year.

Crockett will head out next month on his latest headline tour of Europe and the United Kingdom and will spend most of October as direct support for Chris Stapleton at arenas and outdoor amphitheaters. Crockett has received 2023 Americana Honors & Awards nominations for Artist of the Year, Album of the Year (for "The Man From Waco") and Song of the Year (for "I'm Just A Clown").

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