Charlie Worsham Quotes.
I kind of feel like I didn’t have much choice. The songs… the playing… those were the only things that ever really kept my attention.
I resolved to start journaling every day, and so far I’ve been journaling every day, and it’s been great.
I’m in this really cool place in my career, where the stage I’m on that night, whether it’s the Paisley tour, the CMT tour, or a bar with 10 people in it, it is the most important show I’ve ever played in my life. I go to the ends of my imagination to do something that’s unforgettable every night.
My best friend from college engineered my record. He and I keep in touch on just a purely one-music-fan-to-another basis.
I definitely am a ritualistic person.
I’m flattered anytime someone has taken enough time to listen to me and make a connection to someone else, honestly.
Things have always happened better for me than I could plan them to.
I feel like I am in turbo mode as a student of entertainment.
I don’t have any weird night rituals. I definitely am a ritualistic person… I like to go downstairs and remind my roommate-drummer not to practice early the next morning, so I can sleep in.
Back in I want to say 2011, Taylor Swift was on her ‘Speak Now’ tour. She was kind enough to bring me out as one of the openers on that tour. Between her and Miranda Lambert, who also helped me out that year, I got a pretty non-typical first tour as a fellow artist.
Having a first single is such a great opportunity for any artist… I’m very appreciative of the support country radio’s given ‘Could It Be.’
Playing the Opry, when I get the opportunity – it’s one of the coolest honors for any musician in any genre, but especially for a country musician.
Things just always seem to lead to the logical next step.
‘Rubberband’ is a lot of things, but it’s not a flashy record.
I was at Home Depot with my dad looking for paint when I got the call to open for Taylor Swift. That was wild, because I was crying in Home Depot, and people were looking at me funny.
No matter what does, or doesn’t, happen for me in the music industry, getting to play the Opry as a kid was always be a highlight of mine.
The single most exciting thing that happened for me was getting to spend some time in the studio with both Marty Stuart and Vince Gill.
I’m really lucky to have some super-talented friends.
I build an entire fort out of pillows. I need at least four pillows. I need on each side, I need one normal usage pillow for the back of my head, and I need another pillow just in case.
My first place in Nashville was like Animal House. The whole band lived under one roof, and most nights the jam sessions ended close to sunrise.
I try to aim high and put myself in positions where I’m the least experienced person.
I had a long, long time to make ‘Rubberband,’ and I originally thought that that record would last two years. Once I got over realizing that that’s not gonna happen, and sort of got my perspective back, I realized, ‘Man I’m really fortunate. I get to write music, make music for a living.’
My earliest musical memory was getting to watch my dad play drums in a local band. He’s a banker by trade, but a drummer at heart. I remember seeing the guitar player do the solo from “Werewolves of London” with his teeth, and that was the moment that had me hooked.
I’m flattered anytime someone has taken enough time to listen to me and make a connection to someone else, honestly. I feel very lucky that a lot of my influences are the ones that people will tweet to me that I remind them of.
You know, I only claim to play three instruments. My dad is a banker, but a drummer at heart; and my mom used to teach piano lessons when she was younger. So I can play some piano, play a little drums, and fake the bass – but banjo, mandolin, and guitar are my thing.
I would say, my influences go back a little further than some folks. I think what your influences are can certainly help you. It’s like a tree with really deep roots; the firmer they’re planted in the ground, the better foundation you have to build upon.