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Neighborhood Theatre

Charlotte, NC

Folds of Honor Rock 'N Jock Celebrity Softball Game

Nashville TN

Franklin Theatre

Nashville, TN

CMA Close Up Stage (Inside Fan Fair X) Charles Esten: Deacon, Ward & Life Ain't Pretty 2:45pm

Nashville TN

CMA Fest Ascend Amphitheater : Tracy Lawrence and Friends 7pm

Nashville, TN


New York, NY

Rams Head On Stage

Annapolis, MD

Tally Ho Theater

Leesburg, VA

Toad's Place

New Haven, CT

Ardmore Music Hall

Ardmore, PA

Boot Barn Hall

Gainesville, GA

Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts

Decatur, AL

Pioneer Theater

Manteo, NC


Milwaukee, WI

1884 Lounge

Memphis, TN

Charles Esten & Friends Come Alive for Alive Hospice at the Green Door Gourmet in Nashville

Another edition of Alive & The Bluebird Songwriter Series took place on April 22, 2021 - this time fronted by actor/musician Charles Esten.


Nashville Showcases Recent Openings And Innovations In New Campaign: “While You’ve Been Away, We’ve Been Creating”

Prominent faces and notable places subtly come together as the center point of the campaign’s TV ad, such as fashion designer Andrew Clancey of Any Old Iron with Nashville based super model Karen Elson, acclaimed celebrity chef Maneet Chauhan dining with Kings of Leon’s Nathan Followill at her restaurant Chaatable, and GRAMMY-winning artist Keb’ Mo’, actor/songwriter Charles Esten and musician Lindsay Ell at Ocean Way Studio performing the campaign’s soundtrack “Come On Back” (song written by Keb’ Mo’). 

Musicians On Call Names New Board Members

Musicians On Call (MOC), the nonprofit organization which brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities, welcomes Charles Esten, Lori Feldman, Michelle Frohlich-Klinger, Jessica Lee, Lee Perlman, Dr. Todd Rubin and Cathy Sullivan to its National Board of Directors.

by Sarah Skates for MUSIC ROW

Netflix Star Charles Esten’s Keys to Life

From Hollywood to Music City, Chip Esten always keeps things genuine.

Jami-Lyn Fehr Hall, NASHVILLE EDIT