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Jon Worthy & The Bends play Radio Cafe 11.19

Jon Worthy and his band The Bends play Radio Cafe on November 19th, but in the meantime, they've released a video for their track "Have It Your Way", an indie pop jam featuring fellow Nashville vocalist and songstress Stelle Amor. "Have It Your Way" comes from Worthy's album Only A Dream, which came out earlier this year. The band recorded the video at Front Porch Studios with Amor taking a verse and backing vocals on the chorus. The track is one of a few that Worthy's released as singles from the record; The Deli featured "Help Me" back in August. Worthy's working on the follow-up to Only A Dream now; he released the single "Is It Too Late" in October. Catch him and The Bends playing at Radio Cafe on November 19th, and check out the video for "Have It Your Way" below. - Will Sisskind

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Jon Worthy and The Bends infuse rock with honesty on "Help Me"

 "Help Me" is the existential rock jam you've been waiting for. It's the end of summer, and, let's face it, the hot August weather makes us all wonder what the heck we're doing and where on earth time went. Jon Worthy perfectly articulates the existential dread many a millennial seems to experience these days. Who needs a mid-life crisis when you can have a quarter-life crisis, right? With rawness and honesty, Jon Worthy tells that story, and listening to him sing it will make you feel just a little less alone in your own anxieties. Catch him and the band live at the Springwater on 9/5. -Geena Kloeppel

 

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Jon Worthy debuts indie rock LP "Only A Dream"

For those of you who love Cage the Elephant, original member Lincoln Parish has collaborated with and produced a new artist breaking into the Nashville indie scene: Jon Worthy. From the driving and swinging "You Drive Me Insane" to the sing-along "So Alive", Only A Dream is full of energy and life. "Take a deep breath, you'll be just fine / Hold your head up / Give yourself some time," Worthy offers with optimism. Check out "You Drive Me Insane" below, and make sure to check out the whole album on Soundcloud, Spotify, and wherever else music can be found! - Chris Thiessen





Jon Worthy brings fun country rock to Mercy Lounge 7.28

Nashville-based Jon Worthy creates the type of feel good folk-driven alternative pop-rock you can just imagine yourself listening to while driving down an empty interstate. There’s even a song about taking off called “Down The Road.” With electric guitars, harmonica, and heart-on-his-sleeve lyrics, the newest release May You Live Happily Ever After is immensely charming—and more importantly, it’s so very Nashville. His next show is July 28th, playing Mercy Lounge’s Friday Night Special. - Lilly Milman

Listen to our favorite track “Can’t Help But Feel” streaming below.

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