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For Charles Esten the power of music isn't just a cliche, it's real.
The star of TV show Nashville says his dreams come true when he landed the role of Deacon Claybourne on the hit show; dreams, plural.
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His Nashville character is a regular at the CMT Music Awards.
And now actor Charles Esten will be taking a page out of Deacon Claybourne's book to host the popular awards show.
Charles Esten has attended the CMT Music Awards in the past (even his Nashville character has gone), and now the actor is hosting the fan-voted awards show!
Madame Tussauds could not open a Nashville attraction without including the wax figures of CMT Nashville‘s most
dramatic romantic lovebirds, Rayna James and Deacon Claybourne.
A sixth season of the musical drama has been also announced for 2018
When Season 5 of Nashville wraps in June of 2017, it won’t be the last time you see the show’s stars on stage. For the second year in a row, stars Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack, Jonathan Jackson and Sam Palladio are all heading across the pond for the international 2017 Nashville Tour.
Nashville star Charles Esten was a huge hit at the festival yesterday.
"We love our Australian fans; God bless you," he told the crowd.
After his evening set the actor and musician spent two hours greeting fans who had queued in the rain to meet him.
The CMC Music Awards, hosted by Morgan Evans will broadcast live on Foxtel’s CMC next Thursday, 23 March from The Star Gold Coast and precedes the sold out three day CMC Rocks festival, headlined by the Dixie Chicks.
The characters on CMT’s “Nashville” are poring through old home movies, journals and recording sessions on Thursday night’s episode, as they try to come to grips with the death of “Rayna Jaymes” – country star, wife and mother.
They’re not alone.
‘Those were the hardest scenes I’ve ever shot,’ Esten tells EW
Nashville may have lost a very bright star, but as they say: the show must go on. Below showrunner Marshall Herskovitz details to EW the moment Connie Britton told him she wanted to leave the CMT series, how he and the writers constructed Rayna’s heartbreaking exit, and explains what comes next for Nashville now that Britton is exiting the show.