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The new live DVD Nashville in Concert at the Royal Albert Hall opens with a performance from Charles Esten, of his song "Buckle Up." Ahead of the project's release on April 27, The Boot is premiering Esten's show-starting song.
Actor Charles Esten and Charlie Worsham visited with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager on the Today show to talk all things Nashville ahead of tonight’s (Jan. 4) season six premiere.
When Kotb and Hager lamented over the fact that season six will be the show’s final season, Esten said he felt blessed to have been part of the series that meant so much to him and his family. His wife Patty and their three children were on set watching Esten’s interview from behind the scenes.
Charles Esten talks about what it was like for the cast and crew to find out there would only be one more season of "Nashville."
It’s been almost six years since the world met Deacon Claybourne. When Nashville premiered in 2012, Charles Esten moved to the real-life Nashville to take on the starring role as singer, songwriter, lover, friend, uncle, brother, and eventually husband and father.
The world has fallen in love with Claybourne, and Esten already feels emotional about heading into the final season of the show.
NASHVILLE — Hardcore "Nashies" might find this hard to believe, but there's a silver lining to the news that TV's Nashville will end after its sixth season — which premieres Jan. 4 on CMT.
This time, everyone involved — from the writers to the cast, crew and loyal viewers — knows exactly when the story will be finished.
It’s hard to imagine any other actor playing the part of Nashville‘s Deacon Claybourne. The role was made for Charles Esten.
And it has forever changed his life and the lives of his immediate family. After six years of filming the drama in the Tennessee capital, Esten has decided to make the city of Nashville his forever home.