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CMT's Nashville in Concert featuring Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack, Charles Esten, and Jonathan Jackson

Nashville In Concert
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Need your country music fix? Horseshoe Tunica has got you covered. This year, CMT’s Nashville in Concert features stars from the hit TV series “Nashville” including Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack, Charles Esten and Jonathan Jackson. These country crooners will sing their hearts out inside Bluesville on Saturday, July 29. 

Clare Bowen 

Fans of the hit TV show “Nashville’ recognize blonde beauty Clare Bowen, better known as Scarlett O’Connor. She contributed to all of the soundtracks, “The Music of Nashville.” Her most successful hit, “If I Didn’t Know Better” charted at No. 27 on the U.S. Country chart. The Australian-born singer-actress is a cancer survivor and has a degree in creative arts.  

Chris Carmack

Chris Carmack plays Will Lexington in “Nashville,” but fans of “The O.C.” also know him as high school jock Luke Ward. Carmack has three standout singles, 2013’s “What If I Was Willing," 2015’s “Being Alone” and 2017's "Stand Up." The Washington D.C. native lived in New York City after graduating high school. He did some modeling work before pursuing his acting career in L.A.  In addition to acting, singing and modeling, Carmack also dabbled in movies and theater. 

Charles Esten

Best known for his role as Deacon Claybourne on “Nashville,” the Pittsburgh native is also a comedian. He was a regular on the popular show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and guest starred on several sitcoms including “Married… With Children” and “The Office.” Four of his songs from “The Music Of Nashville” soundtrack albums landed on the U.S. Country chart, including 2017’s “Sanctuary” hitting No. 31. 

Johnathan Jackson 

Johnathan Jackson plays the role of Avery Barkley in “Nashville” but also had a successful career as a soap opera star. Jackson won several Emmy awards for his role as Lucky Spencer on “General Hospital.” He’s contributed to several tracks on “The Music Of Nashville” albums. He wrote the song, “The Morning Of The Rain” featured on the first season of “Nashville.” In addition to singing, songwriting and playing both guitar and piano, he also released a poetry book and autobiography. 

Get your country on with these “Nashville” superstars and get your Horseshoe Tunica tickets this summer.