Bruce Worthington is so pumped to give you his new music. This project, titled "Could've Been the Willie Nelson", is a tribute to the life and music of Gord Downie, and offers a unique contribution to the Canadian Country Music landscape. Bruce's music has been featured across the country of Canada, both on standard country radio stations, and also across North America on Sirius XM. Bruce's first radio release, "Shook", reached #10 on Canadian Indie Music Countdown, and hit over 40 stations! Bruce's most recent single "Could've Been the Willie Nelson", has reached over 55 stations across Canada, along with reaching #4 across Canada on digital downloads. Note that a percentage from the sales of the new single "Could've Been the Willie Nelson" will be donated back to the Gord Downie/Chanie Wenjack foundation, for continued work between Indigenous, and non-Indigenous folks in Canada!
Along with being a Country singer-songwriter, Bruce is also an instructor of Theology at the University of Toronto, and author of the books "Reading the Bible in an Age of Crisis", and the new volume "The Visible Shape of Christ's Life in Us", both published in the United States. As a performer, Bruce has opened for many recognizable Canadian touring acts including Johnny Reid, and recently performed as part of CMA Festival in Nashville TN in the summer of 2019. Bruce regularly performs over 80 shows a year to thousands of fans who are never disappointed. Take the time to check out Bruce's new project on Spotify, Itunes, Amazon, Google Play, and anywhere else good music can be purchased!