Charles Wesley Godwin Announces First Ever Headlining Show At The Ryman Auditorium

Charles Wesley Godwin country music
Louie Nice

Is there anybody else just primed to blow up more than Charles Wesley Godwin right now?

The West Virginia native just announced his third full-length album, Family Tieswill be dropping September 22. It’ll be his first album since signing with Big Loud Records, but if you were worried that things would change now that Charles is signed to a major label, he put those fears to rest with his Family Ties sampler EP.

Charles has proven time and time again that he’s one of the best at painting a picture with his music, telling stories about life in his Appalachian home but also making music that’s relatable to anybody who just likes damn good songwriting and a killer voice.

He’s already having a monster couple of years since the release of his second album, How the Mighty Fall, back in 2021, opening up for Zach Bryan and selling out venues of his own all over the country.

And now, he’s taking his talents to the Mother Church.

Charles announced today that he’ll be headlining the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville for the first time on December 8th. And not only that, but he’s also bringing along two of the best to join him: Wyatt Flores and Cole Chaney.

Talk about a can’t-miss show.

Tickets for the show go on sale next Friday, August 18th – but keep checking back here because we may just have a way for you to get your hands on some tickets before you can buy them.

Gonna be one of the best shows of the year, so if you haven’t already, time to plan that trip to Nashville.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock