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The Black Angels Hit Nashville

November 14, 2012 Sync Placement 1 Comment

Nashville PosterCo-starring Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere, ABC’s hot new drama Nashville has been steaming up our Wednesday nights.

Well get ready for an even more exciting Wednesday than usual: The Black Angels‘ fan favorite track “Telephone” will be featured in tonight’s episode.

If you haven’t peeked the sensation, the story follows a Honky-Tonk diva past her prime, Rayna James (Britton), who must reconcile her career by teaming up with the latest hit Country starlet, Juliette Barnes (Panettiere). Premiering to rave reviews, this new show features the sounds of the historic city it’s named after, a whole lotta big hair, and it has just been picked up for a full season by the network. Plus, Big Machine has signed on to release a soundtrack by the holidays.

Listen up for our Angels’ track in this drama-infused episode, as Rayna tries to spice up her sound in a session with music producer Liam McGuinnis.

Y’all catch up on a few full episodes of Nashville here, and tune in at 10 P.M EST tonight!

Post written by Sara Rachele

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  1. Cami says:

    I loved the use of Telescope in this episode, it added to the show’s atmosphere. I missed it when it aired because I work late at DISH on Wednesdays, but I caught it on my DVR. I have the DISH Hopper, which is set to auto-record Nashville along with the other big four prime time network shows using Primetime Anytime, so it’s easy for me to catch the show even though I work when it airs. I’m happy to hear that Nashville got a full season order, too. It’s a great show, and it deserves to continue.

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