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  • Charlie Worsham at Rocky Tonk

  • Country music singer and songwriter Charlie Worsham will perform Wednesday, April 16, at the Rocky Tonk Grill and Saloon in Medford. He'll be joined by Terra Bella and the Darian Banks Trio.
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  • Country music singer and songwriter Charlie Worsham will perform Wednesday, April 16, at the Rocky Tonk Grill and Saloon in Medford. He'll be joined by Terra Bella and the Darian Banks Trio.
    Worsham played mandolin with the band KingBilly until 2010. He can be heard on the band's only EP, "Waiting On You." Though the KingBilly garnered some local fame in Nashville, it failed to break through to mainstream radio and disbanded in 2012.
    Worsham toured with Taylor Swift in 2011 and opened for performers such as Miranda lambert and Wade Bowen.
    He signed with Warner Bros. Records and released his debut single, "Could It Be," in 2013. The song appears on his debut album, "Rubberband, released the same year. The album features Vince Gill and Marty Stuart on one of the tracks, "Tools of the Trade." A second single, "Want Me Too," followed.
    The show starts at 7 p.m. The tickets cost $13.
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