Tapped by Garden & Gun as an artist “shaping up to be one of country music’s most prolific torchbearers,” a “must-see live performer” by Rolling Stone, and a “force to be reckoned with” by CMT, Charley Crockett crafts his singular “Gulf & Western” sound — described as “very 21st century and very vintage” by NPR Music — by synthesizing country, blues, soul, Cajun, R&B and other pieces of American Roots music. 

Crockett’s album The Man From Waco, released in fall of 2022 via Son of Davy/Thirty Tigers, was #1 for 10 weeks on the Americana Albums chart, reached over 18M streams, and notched the #2 spot on Rolling Stone’s Best Country and Americana Albums of 2022. His song “I’m Just A Clown” from the same album was Top 10 on the Mediabase AAA chart for 5 weeks and spent 12 weeks at #1 on the Americana Singles chart.

After an aggressive year on the road that took Crockett overseas for his first-ever headlining tour in Australia, to his debut on NPR’s Tiny Desk, among the lineups of major festivals and events including Bonnaroo, Railbird, NASCAR Chicago, and Willie Nelson’s 90th Birthday, and to the center of stages across the country in both headline shows and alongside fellow artists like Tyler Childers, Chris Stapleton, Marcus King and more, Crockett capped off 2023 with the release of Live From The Ryman—the album version of his highly acclaimed 2022 sold-out performance at Nashville’s legendary Ryman Auditorium.