SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Nearly 8 million viewers tune in every week for the ABC hit show "Nashville." Now, here's your chance to see your favorite country stars up close and personal when "Nashville" comes to the Bay Area next month.
This is the series' first concert tour of this magnitude, stopping in nine cities around the country, including San Francisco.
ABC7 News spoke with Charles Esten, who plays Deacon Claybourne. He says this isn't his first rodeo.
"Through the years, I got to do a whole lot of improve on "Who's Line Is It Anyway," where I would make up songs and sing there with of course Grep Proops. San Francisco's own Greg Proops and I have been up through that area with the guys doing improve in San Francisco. So music was always the beginning and always a part of it, but never until now that I get to put them together," Esten said.
The "Nashville" tour performs in San Francisco Friday, May 8 at the Warfield.