Blue Shirt Charlie’s New Single “Crazy Woman” Explores Mental Health Struggles and Relationship Turmoil

Alt-Country Band Delivers Personal and Authentic Track, Hints at Upcoming Album Born in Waylon Jennings’ Former Nashville Home.

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Blue Shirt Charlie is back with a new single that delves deep into the complexities of mental health struggles and their impact on relationships. “Crazy Woman” is the band’s most personal track to date, with lyrics that reflect on the lost moments of a tumultuous relationship. The song’s alternative leanings show a new side of Blue Shirt Charlie’s musical identity, while still retaining the rootsy authenticity that has made them a fan favorite.

The band’s upcoming music, slated for release in 2023, was recorded at Southern Comfort, a studio built inside the former Nashville home of outlaw country icon Waylon Jennings. Blue Shirt Charlie’s members have spent the intervening years writing for other artists, touring, and fronting side projects, all while honing their craft and deepening their understanding of the music that drives them.

“Crazy Woman” and its predecessor, “Shelter,” showcase the band’s ability to tackle weighty topics with sincerity and grace. As Leonard Cohen once said, “There is a crack in everything; that’s how the light gets in.” Blue Shirt Charlie’s music is a testament to this sentiment, offering a glimpse of hope and renewal amidst the struggles of everyday life. Be sure to check out “Crazy Woman” and stay tuned for more great music from Blue Shirt Charlie in the coming months.