Country music artist, Jake Worthington’s deep Texas roots will take you back in time

Singer-songwriter, Jake Worthington is bringing back that old school country, transporting you right to a honky tonk deep in Texas. He is set to release his debut, self-titled album on April 7th, Jake Worthington.

Not only was he a contestant on ‘The Voice’, but was featured on ERNEST‘s deluxe album, Flower Shops (THE ALBUM): Two Dozen Roses.

He spoke to RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander about his deep Texas roots, his new album, and advice he would give to an aspiring artist.

He also stuck around to perform his new song, “State You Left Me In,” which comes out this Friday.

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