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‘Nashville’ Review – Episode 2

I’m way behind on the new show ‘Nashville’, I have 4 episodes on my DVR at home.  This weekend I was able to get through a couple of them.

Episode 2 begins with hashing out the details of Rayna & Deacon’s new tour (without Juliette Barnes).  It’s just going to be the two of them on stage together with some guitars.  Sounds good to me, but Juliette wants Deacon in her own band.  The gloves seem to be coming off…

My favorite part of episode 2 was the song Deacon and Juliette wrote together.  Before they went skinny dipping….  That aside, the song is awesome!

Juliette and Deacon = a little creepy to me….

Anyway, I’m loving the progression of Scarlett and Gunnar.  I just want to hear that girl sing.

Next up, episode 3.

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