Worsham’s new all-star Compadres is due October 13th

Celebrated singer/songwriter, instrumentalist and recording artist Charlie Worsham is turning the volume up for the next track from his forthcoming collaboration project, Compadres. “Kiss Like You Dance” featuring Kip Moore is out now. Nashville hit-makers Jon Nite, Andrew DeRoberts and Andy Albert co-wrote the flirtatious track.

“‘Kiss Like You Dance’ is irresistibly fun to play, it’s a fun singalong and it’s full of honkytonk guitar gold,” Worsham states. “I love playing it live. I’m especially excited that my buddy Kip is on this track, and we’ve got a killer music video coming for y’all soon.”

“Kiss Like You Dance” is the upbeat counterpart to Worsham’s previous release, the highly acclaimed “How I Learned To Pray” featuring Luke Combs.

“Kiss Like You Dance” and “How I Learned To Pray” will be featured on Compadres, due October 13th. The five-track project features a handful of Worsham’s most decorated collaborators and fiercest champions: Combs, Moore, Elle King, Lainey Wilson and Dierks Bentley. Produced by The Cadillac Three frontman Jaren Johnston, Compadres is a versatile introduction to the next chapter of a decade-long story. More than that, it is a musical statement from his supporters that Charlie Worsham will have his moment.

In addition to creating his own music, the proud Mississippi native has recently contributed his talents as both a vocalist and instrumentalist to projects from Eric Church, Lainey Wilson, Brandy Clark, Vince Gill, Hailey Whitters, Corey Kent, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban, among others. He continues to tour as part of Dierks Bentley’s band, and he was honored with the 2022 ACM Award for Acoustic Guitar Player of the Year.