Charley Crockett’s new song, “Lil’ Girl’s Name” recently premiered at No Depression, who calls it an, “…infectious rockabilly scorcher…” and goes on to declare, “‘Lil’ Girl’s Name’ gets you moving; it’s so much fun to dance to this song that you’re disappointed when the music fades out.” Listen/share HERE.

“Lil’ Girl’s Name” is the second track unveiled from Crockett’s anticipated new full-length album, Lonesome As A Shadow, which will be released April 20 and is now available for pre-order.

Already receiving critical acclaim, the album’s first single, “I Wanna Cry,” recently premiered at Rolling Stone who describes it as, “…a more soulful side of the traditional roots-based sound that Crockett first honed as a street performer in New Orleans.” Listen/share HERE.

In celebration of the release, Crockett will embark on an extensive headline tour this year including shows at Dallas’ Majestic Theater, New Braunfels’ Gruene Hall, Austin’s Stubbs, Nashville’s Mercy Lounge, New York’s Mercury Lounge and Philadelphia’s Boot & Saddle among many others. In addition to Crockett’s headline dates, he will also perform a series of shows supporting JD McPhearson, Turnpike Troubadours, Shovels and Rope and Old 97’s. Tickets for the newly announced shows go on-sale Monday, March 5 at 10:00am local time. See below for complete details.

Produced by Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Zac Brown) and recorded at Sam Phillip’s Recording in Memphis, TN, Lonesome As A Shadow is Crockett’s fourth full-length album and his first release consisting entirely of original songs. In addition to Crockett on vocals and guitar, the album features his longtime touring band, “The Blue Drifters.”

The release of Lonesome As A Shadow culminates a series of breakthrough years for Crockett following the release of 2015’s A Stolen Jewel and 2016’s In The Night which received widespread critical acclaim and earned him a Dallas Observer Music Award for “Best Blues Act.” Following the releases, Rolling Stone included Crockett as one of their “10 Artists You Should Know” while Wide Open Country described him as, “A honky tonk hero for the modern era.” Most recently, in 2017, Crockett released a collection of his favorite honky tonk songs, entitled Charley Crockett presents Lil G.L.'s Honky Tonk Jubilee. The album features songs originally performed by Hank Williams, Ernest Tubb, Loretta Lynn, Tanya Tucker, Roy Acuff, Webb Pierce and other great heroes of honky tonk.

Inspired by the life of his ancestor Davy Crockett, the Texas native has traveled the world, spending time in Paris, Spain, Morocco and Northern Africa as well as singing on the streets across the U.S. from New Orleans’ French Quarter to New York City.

For more information, please contact Asha Goodman 615.320.7753 or Carla Sacks 212.741.1000 at Sacks & Co.

1. I Wanna Cry
2. The Sky’d Become Teardrops
3. Ain’t Gotta Worry Child
4. How Long Will I Last
5. If Not The Fool
6. Help Me Georgia
7. Lonesome As A Shadow
8. Sad & Blue
9. Lil’ Girl’s Name
10. Oh So Shaky
11. Goin’ Back To Texas
12. Change Yo’ Mind


*with JD McPhearson
†with Turnpike Troubadours
‡with Shovels and Rope
§with Jason Isbell, John Moreland and Amanda Shires
#with Turnpike Troubadours and Old 97’s

BOLD on-sale Monday, March 5 at 10:00am local time

March 2 /// London, U.K. /// O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire*
March 3 /// Sint-Niklaas, Belgium /// De Casino*
March 4 /// Paris, France /// La Mariquinerie*
March 6 /// Hamburg, Germany /// Gruenspan*
March 8 /// Goteburg, Sweden /// Pustervik*
March 9 /// Huskvarna, Sweden /// Huskvarna Polkets Park*
March 10 /// Gamla Stan, Sweden /// Debaser*
March 12 /// Berlin, Germany /// Lido*
March 13 /// Zurich, Switzerland /// Mascotte*
March 15 /// San Sebastian, Spain /// Intxaurrondo*
March 16 /// El Ferrol, Spain /// Auditorio Municipal*
March 17 /// Madrid, Spain /// Joy Eslava
April 7 /// Helotes, TX /// John T. Floore Country Store†
April 11 /// Monroe, LA /// Live Oaks Bar and Ballroom
April 12 /// Montgomery, AL /// The Sanctuary
April 13 /// Tuscaloosa, AL /// Druid City Music Hall†
April 14 /// Tallahassee, FL /// Fifth & Thomas
April 15 /// Mobile, AL /// Southsounds Music Fest
April 19 /// Oklahoma City, OK /// Tower Theater
April 20 /// Dallas, TX /// Majestic Theater
April 21 /// New Braunfels, TX /// Gruene Hall
April 22 /// Austin, TX /// Stubbs
April 25 /// Atlanta, GA /// The Earl
April 26 /// Nashville, TN /// Mercy Lounge
April 28 /// Charlotte, NC /// Moo and Brew Fest‡
April 30 /// New York, NY /// Mercury Lounge
May 1 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Boot & Saddle
May 3 /// El Dorado, AR /// The Griffin
May 5 /// Tulsa, OK /// Green Country Jam
May 6 /// Lindale, TX /// Love and War In Texas
May 10 /// Belton, TX /// Schoepf’s Backyard
May 11 /// Houston, TX /// House of Blues
May 12 /// Canadian, TX /// Canadian River Music Festival†
May 24 /// St. Louis, MO /// Off Broadway
May 25 /// Berwyn, IL /// FitzGerald’s
May 26 /// Cleveland, OH /// Beachland Ballroom
May 27 /// Winston-Salem, NC /// Gears and Guitar Fest§
June 13 /// Morrison, CO /// Red Rocks Amphitheatre#
June 15 /// Fort Collins, CO /// New Belgium Brewery
June 21 /// Abilene, TX /// The Grace Museum
June 28 /// Lexington, VA /// Lime Kiln Theater†
June 29 /// Richmond, VA /// Friday Cheers @ Brown’s Island†
June 30 /// Washington, D.C. /// 9:30 Club†
July 13 /// Mount Salon, VA /// Red Wing Roots Music Festival
July 15 /// Chicago, IL /// Windy City Smokeout
August 3-4 /// Happy Valley, OR /// Pickathon at Pendarvis Farm
August 5 /// Upper Lake, CA /// Blue Wing Blues Festival
August 24-25 /// Fayetteville, AR /// Fayetteville Roots Festival
September 8-9 /// Remus, MI /// Wheatland Music Festival