“Coming to Nashville was like coming home to a place I’d never been before,” said Charles “Chip” Esten at his set at the Chevrolet Riverfront stage on Friday afternoon at CMA Fest. Or was it Deacon who said that? Esten, one of the stars of ABC’s Nashville, drew a horde of screaming fans to his performance, but who were they yearning for, and who was he performing as, was murky. Nashville has been a huge success, both as a television show and for the city it takes its name and setting from. It’s inspired people to move there, it’s depicted beautifully soapy dramatic moments, but the music—the music is what Glee seemed like it might be and never was. It’s what really holds the show together, and has changed the city and the trajectory of the lives of many cast members who have moved there and say they don’t plan to leave. Despite T. Bone Burnett (Nashville creator Callie Khouri’s husband) departing as music producer after the first season, the quality of the sound of the show has remained intact under Buddy Miller. The albums of songs sung by the actors as their characters are released by Big Machine Records,… Read full this story
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