Chord Overstreet returned home to Nashville to perform for the first time since 2017. The former Glee star took center stage at the Analog at Hutton Hotel on Oct. 14 for an hour-long set.
The performance showcased Overstreet’s wide range of musical talent with a combination of originals and covers. He played some classic rock, classic country and even pop-rock/alternative.
Chord crushed the now double platinum, TikTok smash hit “Hold On,” much to the crowd’s delight. He covered Bruce Springsteen’s “Dancing in the Dark” before putting his acting skills to the test with his best impression of Brooks & Dunn’s “Red Dirt Road.”
The homecoming show was also a family affair! Overstreet’s sister, Summer, opened the show as part of The Chattahoochies. The trio, who apparently “take the ‘O’ out of country,” readied the room with their big personality song, “Punch Line.”
Before the show’s end, Overstreet’s dad also joined him onstage. Paul Overstreet is a Grammy-award-winning songwriter who Chord says “wrote the book” on country music. Together, they performed, two of his dad’s co-written country hits, “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy” and “When You Say Nothing At All.”
This show just proved that Overstreet is the total package as an artist. We’ll be keeping an eye on!