Charles Godwin’s sound is shaped by the time weathered hills and hollers of his home. Charles is a singer-songwriter born and raised in West Virginia.
Charles didn’t find music at an early age like many other artists. It wasn’t until he was 19 that he picked up a guitar and began singing songs. He did, however, grow up trout fishing in Upshur County streams, hunting on the Allegheny ridges, tagging along with his grandfather on the farm, and listening to old-timer’s talk about their days in his grandparent’s general store. Charles Wesley’s father was a coal miner until his birth and his mother was a schoolteacher. Little did he know this background would come to play a major role in the songs and stories that captivate rooms full of listeners today.
His performance is Apr. 13 at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.) at Lee Street Studios. Tickets are $10 (limited seating available) and special wines will be available. For information call 681-318-3551 or visit our Facebook or www.leestreetstudioswv.com.