Jake Worthington is a true country kid who loves fishing, mudding and four-wheeling in his free time. He broke his back playing football and had to take it easy for a few months, which allowed him to discover his true passion: music. He ended up winning America’s heart as the runner-up on Season 6 of NBC’s The Voice with coach Blake Shelton.
We are very pleased to announce that Jake Worthington will join us on Country Music’s #CMchat for an hour long Twitterview on Monday October 12 starting at 6pPT/9pET. We’ll talking about what he’s been up to since the Voice, advice that Blake gave him and his new self-titled EP!
You can submit questions that you might want us to feature below. This doesn’t mean you still can’t ask questions the night of the Twitterview. These are just featured by our host Jessica Northey (me) and I will give you credit like this:
Q @JDW_Music What do you love most about Country Music? via @YOU #CMchat.
Click here to tweet your questions to @JessicaNorthey #CMchat #AskJake or you can always send anything you want us to ask here or you can leave below. Make sure it is 140 character-friendly and you leave your Twitter handle.
The easiest way to participate is right here on our website! Just use this link to help segregate the tweets and show the ones with #CMchat in them: it makes the Twitterview much easier to follow. You’ll be able to see the conversation in real-time, at your own speed (it’s adjustable) and the #CMchat hashtag will automatically appear on your tweets. A lot of people also participate by using Twitter.com, Tweetdeck, &/or Hootsuite.
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Jake Worthington’s New EP
MORE ABOUT JAKE WORTHINGTON (from his itunes bio)
Born March 1, 1996 and raised in La Porte, Texas, country singer Jake Worthington had a true country kid childhood, developing a love of fishing, mudding, and four-wheeling, and of course, sports, which in turn led him to music after he broke his back playing football. While laid up from the injury, Worthington discovered his passion for music, particularly for traditional and neo-traditional country, and blessed with the perfect, tuneful Texas drawl of a singing voice, he set about building a professional career. After not making it out of the blind audition for season five of the reality talent show The Voice in 2013, Worthington returned to audition for season six in 2014, this time making the cut, ending up on Blake Shelton’s team, and placing second by the show’s finale, slipping in traditional country songs by Keith Whitley, George Strait, Waylon Jennings, and others along the way. Earning a fervent fan base through his exposure on The Voice, he returned home to Texas, still only 18 years old, to officially graduate from high school. A debut digital download single, “Heaven,” was released in May of 2014. ~ Steve Leggett