C2C Country To Country


Since his theatrical debut in London playing Buddy Holly, Pennsylvania-born singer/songwriter and actor Charles Esten - best known for his role as Deacon Claybourne in the global hit show Nashville - has gone on to perform on Whose Line Is It Anyway?, as well as in multiple film & TV appearances including ER, NYPD Blue and The Office (U.S.). Over the last few years he has performed hundreds of live concerts, including multiple performances at The O2, sold-out Nashville In Concert tours - captured in the concert film of the same name - including three shows at Royal Albert Hall, where he returns this October for his own full band headline date following a sold-out solo acoustic tour in January. In his adopted hometown of Nashville, he has performed at CMA Fest, the Bluebird Café, The Ryman Auditorium, and frequently at the Grand Ole Opry where, in July 2018, he celebrated his 100th appearance. Along with his live performances, acting work and commitment to good causes - Charles serves as the National Honorary Spokesperson for the Light The Night Walk in aid of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - he continues to write and record his own music with over 8 million streams to date, earning a Guinness World Record for releasing 54 original songs (available on iTunes, and on Spotify) once a week, for 54 consecutive weeks. Additionally, he will soon be appearing in two new television roles, on TNT’s Tell Me Your Secrets, and Netflix’s forthcoming series Outer Banks. His latest single ‘A Road and A Radio’ was released earlier this month. 

City Stage Date
London Friday 13th March 2020
Dublin Sunday 15th March 2020
Glasgow Saturday 14th March 2020