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Jake Worthington Gives Fans A Peak At Debut Album With Two Honky Tonk Worthy New Singles

Bust out our boots and head to the dance floor because Jake Worthington's two new singles “State You Left Me In” and "Next New Thing," will make you want to dance or learn real fast.

Photo Credit: Jim Wright.

Jake's homegrown sound is easy to love. As authentic as they come, Jake's two new singles are a fresh reminder of what a good steel guitar can do for a song. The singles show off Worthington's lyrical dexterity and creative storytelling.

The first of the singles "The State You Left Me In," has a tender and falimair sound. Soaked in whiskey from a Texas honky tonk, it is a slow and somber track of love lost. The tune was written by Worthington with Timothy Baker and Roger Springer, and highlights Jake's traditional twang for a modern audience. The tune wraps up everything that is good about the genre in a creative way driven by a strong story and a humble pedal steel.

Once youre over you heartache, Jake is ready to take you dancing. In "Next New Thing" Worthington transports you to the Texas honky tonks he grew up playing in. A fast paced toe tapper is a nod to the simple things that make you, you. Yet Worthington's signature twang and charming lyrics make it hard not to love it.

If these two songs are anything like his self titled debut album out April 7th then we are counting down the days. With his signature drawl, witty lyrics and all around good ole boy attitude, Jake Worthington has easily set himself apart as one of todays best modern traditionalists.


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