Two Country Stars Are Better Than One! Brandy Clark and Charlie Worsham Join Forces For 20+ City Tour

We all know that two country singers are better than one, especially when it comes to a night of incredible music. That’s just what country fans will get when two of country music’s best songwriters, Brandy Clark and Charlie Worsham, team up for An Evening with Brandy Clark & Charlie Worsham Tour.

The two artists have announced that they will be hitting the road together for a 27 city tour kicking off on April 6 in Charlottesville, Va., with stops in New York, Washington, D.C., San Antonio, Nashville and Atlanta.

In 2016 Brandy released her critically acclaimed sophomore album, Big Day in a Small Town, which earned her two 2017 Grammy award nominations for Best Country Album and Best Solo Performance (“Love Can Go To Hell”). Nash Country Daily’s Jim Casey also named Big Day in a Small Town as the Best Country Album of 2016.

“Brandy is everything I love about country music. She speaks her truth, and she breaks new ground with every song she writes,” said Charlie in a statement. “She’s beloved by the Nashville community, and each time she and I have collaborated, it’s been a blast. This tour is going to be so much fun, and I know the fans who fill up the venue each night will bring with them the same deep love for music that we have as artists.”

Charlie is set to release his highly-anticipated sophomore album, Beginning of Things—a follow up to his 2013 debut album Rubberband—which features five recently unveiled tracks including ”The Beginning of Things,” “Old Times Sake,” “Southern By The Grace of God,” “Cut Your Groove,” and “Call You Up.”

“Charlie Worsham is one of my favorite singers, songwriters, and musicians. I absolutely love his new record and where his heart is musically,” Brandy said in a statement. “I can’t wait to share the stage with him.”

Tickets are on sale now and available here.

An Evening with Brandy Clark & Charlie Worsham Tour Dates
April 6 / Charlottesville, Va. / The Southern
April 7 / Cincinnati / 20th Century Theatre
April 8 / Cleveland / House of Blues
April 9 / Ann Arbor, Mich. / The Ark
April 10 / Lexington, Ky. / Lyric Theatre
April 13 / Charleston, S.C. / Pour House Charleston
April 14 / Asheville, N.C. / The Grey Eagle
April 15 / Rocky Mount, Va. / Harvester Performing Arts Center
April 20 / New York / City Winery
April 22 / Annapolis, Md. / Rams Head On Stage
April 23 / Washington, D.C. / The Hamilton
April 26 / New Orleans / Parish at House of Blues
April 27 / The Woodlands, Texas / Dosey Doe
April 28 / San Antonio / Sam’s Burger Joint
April 29 / Fort Worth, Texas / The Live Oak Music Hall
April 30 / Austin, Texas / Antone’s
May 5 / Birmingham, Ala. / WorkPlay Theatre
May 7 / Mobile, Ala. / The Steeple
May 11 / Athens, Ga. / 40 Watt Club
May 12 / Greensboro, N.C. / The Blind Tiger
May 13 / Richmond, Va. / The Broadberry
May 19 / Nashville / City Winery
May 20 / Atlanta / City Winery
June 15 / Saint Louis / Delmar Hall
June 16 / Des Moines, Iowa  / Wooly’s
June 17 / St. Paul, Minn. / Turf Club
June 18 / Omaha, Neb. / The Waiting Room Lounge

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