Charley Crockett On Blurring The Lines Between Genres: ‘It’s Either Real Or It’s Not’

It’s no secret that Charley Crockett may be the hardest working man in the country music business, as he just dropped his 11th full length studio album, Lil’ G.L. Presents: Jukebox Charley, in only seven years.
The record is his fourth installment of his Lil’ G.L. cover series, which includes covers of Willie Nelson, Jerry Reed, George Jones, and so much more.
With that being said, he also made his third national TV appearance in the last seven months, appearing on CBS Mornings.
Profiled by Anthony Mason, Crockett details his humble yet rough beginnings as a homeless street performer, moving from Texas, to California, to Louisiana, and to New York, to cut his teeth on the streets in hopes of getting recognized.