I'm a 32-year old singer/songwriter born and raised in Plano, Texas - now residing in Macon, Georgia.
In September of 2014, I married a wonderful girl from Georgia named Jen. In November of that year, we moved into a beautiful new house in Melissa, Texas. In June of 2015, I quit my job as Worship Pastor at a local church and stepped into a new career I knew nothing about. In April of 2016, my wife gave birth to the most beautiful baby boy, Henley. In 2017, we moved our family across the country from Dallas, Texas to Macon, Georgia.
A lot of good and a lot of bad happened in between.
All of these things have put me in the place where I currently reside. The hurt I've felt has created the space for hope. The loss I've felt has birthed a new freedom. I'm not afraid of being misunderstood anymore. Life's lows should be embraced, not hidden. Our pain should be proudly displayed, not covered with masks. Our words should be true, not used as a way to manipulate.
After spending years trying to write music for everyone else, I'm finally writing music that is for me. These songs are the things I've gone through. These songs are the stories I need to tell.
They won't be for everyone, but neither am I.
James Worsham is a singer/songwriter born and raised in Plano, Texas - now residing in the heart of Georgia. "Too Far Gone", his self-produced debut 3-song EP, draws from influences like Johnny Cash, Tom Petty & Bob Dylan, while maintaining a fresh, modern folk/country sound. What it lacks in length, the songs more than make up for in depth and authenticity. Dealing with issues like abuse of power and manipulation through different perspectives, the tracks are almost sure to strike a chord with just about any listener.
"Too Far Gone" is available digitally worldwide on 12/1/17.