Morgantown’s Charles Wesley Godwin in Concert at Stage AE (Sat., 2/4/23)

Country-folk musician Charles Wesley Godwin was born and raised in Morgantown, West Virginia, and attended West Virginia University where he studied finance. While in college he started playing the guitar. He has cited his main musical influences as being “Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, John Prine, Chris Knight, and Ryan Bingham.” His first album was 2019’s Seneca, on which he sang about what he knew—the beauty of West Virginia and its people. Godwin even has a lively version of John Denver’s “Country Roads.” His latest release is the 2021 LP, How the Mighty Fall. Godwin has toured with Zach Bryan, even collaborating with him on Bryan’s song, “Jamie.” I-79 should be busy in both directions heading to Godwin’s concert at Stage AE. Special guests are Cole Chaney and Ferdinand The Bull. Doors open at 7 p.m. 400 North Shore Dr., North Shore. (R.H.)

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