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How Three Words Became an Instruction Manual for Life…

As a youngster seeking guidance and perspective, musician Charlie Worsham received three words of advice from the legendary Marty Stuart that changed his life: Follow Your Heart. 

This sage philosophy became Worsham’s instruction manual for living. Committed to permanent ink on the inside of his left forearm, he reads it whenever he’s playing guitar—which, as it turns out, is pretty much all the time. 

In Follow Your Heart, Worsham shares his unforgettable journey around the world, playing music and living adventures that his 10-year-old Mississippi-kid self would never believe possible. He’s held a koala bear in Australia, played for soldiers in Iraq, and shared arena stages with Faith Hill, Miranda Lambert, and Taylor Swift in between. He’s played crappy bars, national television shows, the Grand Ole Opry, and country music’s Mother Church, the Ryman Auditorium. He’s met heroes who have become friends and collaborators. He’s cursed his luck and shouted hallelujahs. Through it all, Charlie Worsham has followed his heart. 

Paying homage to a philosophy kindly shared and the pursuit of a life fully lived, Follow Your Heart is the story of a man with a guitar, a tattoo, and a passion for his journey no matter where it takes him. 

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About Charlie Worsham...

Singer, songwriter, and guitar virtuoso Charlie Worsham is among country music’s most skilled and dynamic performers. A native son of Grenada, Mississippi, Worsham attended the prestigious Berklee College of Music before moving to Nashville in 2007. He joined the band KingBilly, then embarked on a solo career, releasing his Warner Bros. debut album, Rubberband, in 2013. His sophomore album, Beginning of Things, emerged in 2017, drawing praise from National Public Radio’s Ann Powers as “Deeply intelligent, beautifully crafted and meaningful.” Country Music Hall of Fame member Vince Gill told Rolling Stone’s Marissa R. Moss, “Charlie embodies everything I hold dear. I have the greatest respect for his talent and his humble nature.”

If you haven't added Charlie to your Spotify roster, have a listen to Could It Be.