“Nashville” Season 3, Volume 2 Soundtrack Coming Out May 12

Image Courtesy BMLG/ABCThe new soundtrack for ABC's Nashville is coming out May 12, just a day before the third season finale airs May 13. The Music of Nashville: Original Soundtrack Season 3, Volume 2 will be available at all digital retailers. A physical version will be available at Target featuring two exclusive bonus tracks.

Look for Nashville cast members Chris Carmack and Aubrey Peeples to perform a song from the soundtrack on ABC's The View Wednesday. The Nashville Live in Concert Tour kicks off Wednesday night at the Beacon Theatre in New York City as well.

Here is the track listing:

"Borrow My Heart" -- Clare Bowen, Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio
"Can't Help My Heart" -- Laura Benanti, Will Chase
"I'm On It" -- Chris Carmack
"Longer" -- Clare Bowen, Sam Palladio
"This Is Real Life" -- Connie Britton, Lennon & Maisy
"My Heart Don't Know When to Stop" -- Aubrey Peeples
"The Rivers Between Us" -- Connie Britton, Charles Esten
"I've Got You (and You've Got Me)" -- Lennon & Maisy
"My Song" -- Clare Bowen, Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio
"Sad Song" -- Laura Benanti
"If I Drink This Beer" -- Will Chase
"Broken Song" -- Chris Carmack
"Hold You in My Arms" -- Jonathan Jackson, Hayden Panettiere
"Mississippi Flood" -- Hayden Pannettiere
"This Is What I Need to Say" -- Jonathan Jackson
"Heart on Fire" -- Lennon & Maisy
"I Found a Way" -- Aubrey Peeples
"Have a Little Faith in Me" -- Will Chase, Maisy Stella
"One by One" -- Jonathan Jackson, Hayden Pannettiere (Target Deluxe Track)
"Novacaine" -- Laura Benanti, Jonathan Jackson (Target Deluxe Track)

Follow @ABCNewsRadio
Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Jason Aldean and Kenny Chesney Working Up Unique Collaborations for Joint Stadium Dates

Image Courtesy Broken Bow RecordsJason Aldean and Kenny Chesney merge their respective tours for 10 stadium dates starting this Saturday in San Francisco. While each artist will give fans a full solo set, the superstars will come together to collaborate on several songs during the concert.

Jason tells Rolling Stone, "You're going to hear songs that you wouldn't typically hear from us. . . some Americana type stuff, [Bob] Seger, [John] Mellencamp."

Jason and Kenny started rehearsing together a few weeks ago, and they've been talking and texting about additional ideas for the show ever since.

"Kenny has the same idea as me," Jason says. "He wants it to be something special."

Kenny and Jason will play their final joint show August 28 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Check out JasonAldean.com and KennyChesney.com for details.

Follow @ABCNewsRadio
Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Zac Brown Band Expands Upon Their Wide Range of Influences with New Album, “Jekyll + Hyde”

Image Courtesy Southern Ground/Varvatos/BMLGZac Brown Band's latest album, Jekyll + Hyde, is now on sale featuring their latest #1 hit, "Homegrown." As always, the guys cover a lot of musical ground on the new project, and the title, Jekyll + Hyde, is meant to capture the shifting moods of the new music.

Zac Brown says, "[The new album] kind of time travels and goes to different genres and goes to different periods in time, and there’s some [songs] that have a real kind of darkness to them and some of them have a light and some of them are full of emotion and kind of a mourning in some of the songs and then some of them are just a celebration."

While Zac Brown Band has explored rock, country, blues, reggae and gospel on previous albums, Zac says they've pushed the envelope even further on Jekyll + Hyde.

"It’s about expanding," Zac explains. "It’s about growing as artists and as musicians and opening ourselves up to the world, and what else the world has. It’s about bringing people to music and bringing them to the show, and I’m excited."

Zac Brown Band launches their Jekyll + Hyde tour Friday night in Nashville.

Follow @ABCNewsRadio
Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Country Star Trivia

Comstock/ThinkstockWhat is the name of Zac Brown Band's recording studios in Nashville? ANSWER: Southern Ground.

Follow @ABCNewsRadio
Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Nashville Notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockDarius Rucker is getting back together with his rock band, Hootie & The Blowfish, to perform "Hold My Hand" on CBS's Late Show with David Letterman Thursday night. The group's appearance on Letterman essentially launched Hootie's career in the mid-'90s, and they're making a rare appearance on the show in honor of his last month on the air.

Tim McGraw sits down for an interview and gives a performance on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tuesday night. He also appears on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Tuesday afternoon.

Jana Kramer is set to perform her new single, "I Got the Boy," on the Grand Ole Opry Tuesday night.

Lee Brice has released "That Don't Sound Like You" as the new single from his latest album, I Don't Dance.

Follow @ABCNewsRadio
Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

1 32 33 34 35 36 508