Last year he headlined our 9th Annual Red Dirt BBQ & Music Festival, this week he debuted his brand new single on late-night television.

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Crockett's new record, $10 Cowboy, will be released on April 26th, and earlier this week he performed the title track on Jimmy Kimmel Live!  Watch his first performance on Kimmel here.

You may recall Charley recently revealed that he country music legend Willie Nelson teamed up on a new song he wrote called “That’s What Makes The World Go Around.” We're assuming that it will be included in the new project out in April.

Charley Crockett's fanbase is exploding. If you're still not on board the Charley train yet, it's time. Remember his November '22 performances at The Mother Church of Country Music and for those who weren't able to attend, thank God for YouTube.

Charley is one of the hottest acts in country music. His immense talent, hard work, and dedication to his craft has even got major stars like Matthew McConaughey singing along.
"There's a local guy here that I really like: Charley Crockett. He's got a really interesting, cool sound and delivery. ... My favorite is 'I Feel For You.' - Matthew McConaughey
Crockett released two albums in 2021: the James Hand tribute album 10 for Slim: Charley Crockett Sings James Hand in February, and Music City USA, in September, his 10th studio album in six years. That makes his latest one, Man From Waco, his 11th in just under seven years. Oh, and his Live from The Ryman album too, we got that in '23.

The man is an entertainer for sure.

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