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NASHVILLE Reunion Tour

Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith, LONDON

NASHVILLE Reunion Tour

Cardiff International Arena, CARDIFF

Stadium Theatre

Woonsocket, RI

HOMETOWN ENTERTAINMENT: Musician Charles Esten to perform at The Coves Amphitheater

by Kimberly McBroom for WDBJ7
The “Outer Banks” star talks about his music, his family and his Virginia roots


‘Three chords and the truth’ ‘Nashville’ and ‘Outer Banks’ star Charles Esten returns to the Paramount on Saturday

By Tom Netherland, special to The Herald Courier

Pleasant applause greeted Charles Esten last year when he strode across the stage of Bristol’s Paramount Theater. The star of television’s “Nashville” and Netflix’ “Outer Banks” greeted the audience in kind.

By show’s end, pleasant applause was replaced by a lustrous and quite colossal reception. Attendees loved Esten and his music.

Now he’s returning. See Esten’s sophomore visit to the Paramount Bristol Theater in Bristol, Tennessee, Saturday, July 30.


Charles Esten Embraces Acting, Singing, & Charleston

by Jeff Walker, for HOLY CITY SINNER

Whether he’s doing comedy improv, acting, or performing his own songs before a live audience Charles ‘Chip’ Estenis thankful he’s been able to carve out a career in the entertainment industry. “Music is where I got my start. I was the lead singer in a band in college. Not long after graduation I was cast as the lead in a play about Buddy Holly. I guess I’ve always wanted to be a performer.”

Having stayed busy since that first musical stage production more than three decades ago Esten admits to being blessed. “I was kind of fortunate early on. That (Buddy Holly play) was not only a whole lot of acting experience on stage but involved a lot of music....


Julia Cole, Charles Esten release ‘Worst Day’

by Buddy Iahn

Song was premiered on the Opry stage

CMT Next Woman of Country, Julie Cole and singer/songwriter/actor Charles Esten have released upbeat duet, “Worst Day,” to all streaming services. The song, as Esten explains, is “a flat-out banger about the joy of having that special someone you love beside you in the good times, and even more especially, in the hard times.”


Charles Esten ready for Birchmere return, talks holidays, 'Outer Banks' and more

WASHINGTON (ABC7) — We were so excited to have one of our all-time favorite guests back in studio after a long wait in the pandemic. Hometown actor and musician Charles Esten is finally back in town and back on tour for his annual show at the Birchmere. You can catch him this Sunday in Alexandria, but first he caught us up on the holidays, his hit Netflix series "Outer Banks," and his plans for 2022.