Thursday, May 28, 2015

Chris Carmack of TV's "Nashville" debuts solo single

Chris Carmack, star of ABC series "Nashville" has released the new track “Being Alone,” available now on iTunes. The song will be included on his forthcoming EP, Pieces of You, slated for release soon.

Although previously featured on the album The Music of Nashville: Season 2 with “What If I Was Willing,” “Being Alone” marks Carmack’s first independent release signifying his career as a solo artist.

Written solely by Carmack, the song captures the lonely, raw side of finding one’s direction in life and gives fans a glimpse into what they can expect from the EP. 

"'Being Alone' is about a young person’s solitary struggle to discover his own identity while trying to adhere to the stifling plans and expectations of others,” shared Carmack. “The entire EP is comprised of songs I wrote when I was in Los Angeles trying to do just that: find my identity in a world that had no shortage of opinions about who I should be."

Recently, the star hit the Stagecoach Festival in Indio, CA (see my review elsewhere on this blog), performing songs from the series in addition to announcing the imminent release of his debut EP to the crowd. 

In addition to his well-received Stagecoach Festival appearance, Carmack appeared on ABC’s “The View” with Aubrey Peeple’s last month, performing “If Your Heart Can Handle It” from "Nashville."

Later that day and the following, he joined the rest of his cast mates for two sold-out shows in NYC to kick off the eight-city "Nashville" Tour. On June 13, he’ll make his CMA Fest debut on the Belk Park Stage in Nashville, Tenn.

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