ABC ‘Nashville’ live blog: Season 3 premiere

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It’s been a prolonged 4 months of reruns for “Nashville” fans, though we’re mins divided from a show’s deteriorate 3 premiere. Tonight, a show’s attempting to offshoot viewers with a stunt: three live televised performances, promote from a Nashville-area soundstage.

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8:45 p.m. – If you’d like a few deceptive clues as to what we can design plot-wise tonight, here’s a central summary of tonight’s episode: “Rayna contingency make a choice between dual group and dual opposite life paths. Meanwhile, Juliette auditions for a film biopic; and Scarlett takes a highway outing home. Included: a opening by Florida Georgia Line.”

FGL will be personification their new single, “Dirt,” and they’ll be corroborated adult by Charles Esten (Deacon Claybourne) on guitar.

Esten also sings his possess strain tonight: it’s one he co-wrote with Deana Carter called “I Know How to Love You Now.” I got to speak to both of them in a studio a few weeks ago as they filmed a opening for ABC’s “On The Record” video series.

“I adore that a line between a fact and a fiction, or “Nashville” (the show) and Nashville (the city) keep blurring.” Esten said.

9:05 p.m. – Speaking of blurring lines, we only saw a initial live opening of a episode, and it would have been tough not to notice. Technical realities of live TV means that a uncover unexpected looks like a daytime soap instead of a primetime one. The sound, on a other hand, is solid. Chris Carmack and his rope of Music City pros sound only as good as they did during yesterday’s rehearsals. Though I’m a small unhappy they motionless not to do a reggae chronicle of a strain they casually baked adult on Tuesday.

9:10 p.m. – “If It’s Love,” by a way, was co-written by Nashville twin Striking Matches. It’s a seventh strain they’ve had placed on Nashville. “We’ve unequivocally had a good attribute with them,” the duo’s Sarah Zimmerman told me. “They’ve only depressed in adore with a things that we’re doing.”

Download “If It’s Love” during iTunes.

9:18 p.m. – The names rattled off as Bluebird alums during a talk are legit: both Garth Brooks and Taylor Swift played a Nashville venue before anyone had listened of them.

9:25 p.m. – We’ve seen “Nashville’s” expanded soundstage, so we’re gratified to see that a uncover is still filming on plcae via Middle Tennessee. We saw Deacon’s genuine East Nashville home once again, Clare, Gunnar and Avery might indeed be on Natchez Trace, and now Rayna and Luke are unresolved out on a plantation in Williamson County.

9:29 p.m. – A biopic on Patsy Cline’s life? That should be finished in a genuine Nashville, no? The closest we’ve come newly is a renouned theatre low-pitched “Always…Patsy Cline,” that has had several successful runs with Music City thespian Mandy Barnett portraying a nation legend. Hayden Panettiere’s chronicle of “Crazy” is also on iTunes now.

9:33 p.m. – You might have been too dreaming by a flashback method – and Luke Wheeler’s stately ponytail, though a fan favorite “Postcard from Mexico” was personification in a background, created by John Hadley and David Olney. Download it here.

9:40 p.m. - Oh, man…how about this Mississippi “roadhouse”, huh? Well, “Nashville’s” finished a excellent pursuit creation a genuine Music City demeanour like a thriving, worldly place. If a show’s going to toss out a garland of southern strikebreaker cliches, during slightest it’s function somewhere else.

9:55 p.m. – Charles Esten – forgive me, Deacon – only sang “I Know How To Love You Now” live. “There’s no fume and mirrors…what we hear is what we get,” he tells a crowd. That’s accurately what Esten told me yesterday in a interview. Life imitating art once again.

Meanwhile, Rayna joins Luke during a glimmering Franklin Theatre in Franklin, Tenn.

9:59 p.m. – Florida Georgia Line takes us out over a credits with their new single, “Dirt.”

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