Nashville singer-songwriter Charlie Worsham set to return to the UK

A favorite of UK country music fans, Charlie Worsham will be crossing the pond for a run of shows.

The singer-songwriter announced a return visit to the UK for September 2018, including headline shows, a run of dates with LeeAnn Womack and an appearance at The Long Road festival alongside Carrie Underwood, Striking Matches and Catherine McGrath.

This ties in with the release of his new UK/European radio single Southern By The Grace Of God, taken from critically acclaimed second album Beginning Of Things, out now via Warner Music Nashville.

About his UK return, Worsham said:“UK fans are my people! they were the first to hear the songs that became ‘Beginning Of Things’, and I can’t wait to be back trying out more new songs. It’s thanks to touring in the UK that I figured out how to close my acoustic shows with ‘Southern By The Grace Of God’, and singing it across the pond makes me think of my own family roots – after all, us Worshams originated near Bexhill by the sea. I guarantee you these shows will influence the evolution of my music, and I’m especially excited to perform shows with a band at the Long Road Festival.”

Make sure you also check out our interview from Charlie’s visit to the UK last year here.

Full UK tour dates:
1 September – Thekla, Bristol (Solo headline)
2 September – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds (Solo headline)
3 September – The Cluny, Newcastle (Solo headline)
4 September – St Luke’s, Glasgow (w/ Lee Ann Womack)
6 September – RNCM Concert Hall, Manchester (w/ Lee Ann Womack)
7 September – Union Chapel, London (w/ Lee Ann Womack)
9 September – The Long Road Festival, Stanford Hall, Leicestershire

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