Around five years since the characters of Nashville hung up their cowboy boots and put their simmering feuds aside, the stars of the hit TV are returning to the UK for a long-awaited tour.
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It marks the first time Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, Sam Palladio and Jonathan Jackson will be performing together in the UK since 2018, which saw them embarking on a sold-out arena tour.
The new run of dates will take the cast of Nashville across Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester, London and Cardiff, with the Live In Concert Reunion Tour set to kick off on October 11.
Due to high demand, an additional show has been added at London's Eventim Apollo.
Esten, who played the recovering alcoholic and legendary guitarist, Deacon Claybourne, has a new range of solo singles under his belt, with the Outer Banks star currently readying his debut album.
He'll undoubtedly be performing an assortment of these alongside a slew of hits from Nashville, including the heartwarming ‘A Life That's Good’ and ‘Sanctuary’.
Attendees will be hoping Clare Bowen, who appeared in Nashville as country prodigy Scarlett O'Connor, will play her dark, ominous anthem, ‘Black Roses’.
She'll also be expected to take the stage alongside Jonathan Jackson and her on-screen songwriting partner, Gunner Scott (Sam Palladio), to perform their much-loved track, ‘My Song’.
Both Palladio and Bowen have continued to release music since Nashville ended, with the latter dropping a couple of new singles alongside her husband as Bowen Young.
Completing the quartet of Nashville stars that'll be heading across The Pond in 2023 is Jonathan Jackson, who played the fan-favourite songwriter and producer, Avery Barkley.
Barkley was championed by viewers for his rollercoaster of a character arc.
Jackson releases music with his band, Enation, with the group having put out their most recent project, Ultraviolet Empire in July 2022.
He'll bring a number of these tracks out on the road with him, along with hit Nashville songs such as ‘Everything I'll Ever Need’.