Season 2

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Duration  :  

1h 00m

9 Episodes

Cast: Nancy O'Dell, Blake Shelton, Bret Michaels, Cledus T. Judd, Miranda Lambert, Brad Cotter, Charlie Robison, Phil Vassar, LeAnn Rimes, Erika Jo, Cowboy Troy, Buddy Jewell, Angela Hacker


Crew: Benjamin Silverman


Genres: Reality


Sociétés de Production:Reveille Productions, 495 Productions, Hoosick Falls Productions, PictureVision.

Episodes
Episode 1 : The Road to Nashville
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Episode 2 : Number Ones
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Episode 3 : Love and Heartache
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Episode 4 : Original Songs
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Episode 5 : Willie Songs
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Episode 6 : Southern Rock
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Episode 7 : Duets
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Episode 8 : My Best Shot
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Episode 9 : Grand Finale
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Tags: Nashville Star: Season Season 2,Nashville Star Season 2 Contestants,Nashville Star Season 2 Winner


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