Charles Esten

Charles “Chip” Esten will take to Twitter tonight at 7:00 CST for a Q&A that fans can participate in by using the hashtag #EverySingleFriday.

Fans can also tune in to hear him perform his newly released “Through The Blue” on the Grand Ole Opry stage: Tuesday, July 19th, Friday, July 22nd and Tuesday, July 26th.

In addition, Charles has confirmed his first hometown show at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Of Homestead Music Hall on Sunday, July 24th. The show starts at 8:00 PM (local time) and tickets are available here:

The singer, songwriter and actor…well known as Nashville’s “Deacon Claybourne”…began releasing new music exclusively through iTunes last Friday, July 15th.

throughtheblueThrough The Blue,” the first song on his #EverySingleFriday release list, yielded praise from fans, press and fellow artists. Listen to “Through The Blue” HERE.

His impassioned vocals and a blazing guitar solo highlight the tune,” while songwriting icon JD Souther said Charles is a “seriously good actor with seriously good music. I’m keeping my eye on him,’ Rolling Stone Country stated.

On Monday, July 25th, Charles will participate in the 20th Annual Steelers Alumni Golf Classic, where he will accept the “Old Ranger Award” on behalf of his late father, Charles E. “Chuck” Puskar, Jr.  This award is presented annually to a former Steeler or friend who exhibits the qualities of charity, community service, and good fellowship exemplified by the late Ray Mansfield…a Steeler center for 12 seasons including two Superbowl victories.

In 2014, 2015 and 2016 he joined his cast-mates in headlining the “Nashville in Concert” tour with sold out shows across the US and this summer, the UK and Ireland. He is proud to serve as the National Light the Night Walk Honorary Chair for the Leukemia and  Lymphoma Society.

To stay up to date with Charles Easton, visit his website and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.


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