ABC's 'Nashville': Season 3's best songs
We'll spare you the spoilers, but those who've been watching ABC's "Nashville" this season are aware of just how much has happened in turbulent lives of Rayna, Juliette, Deacon and the rest of the gang in a few short months.
And somehow, when they weren't dealing with a lovechild, an unplanned pregnancy or a rocky wedding engagement, they were making new music - a lot of it.
As the primetime drama prepares to air its winter finale on Wednesday, we've rounded up a few of our favorite original songs from season 3 thus far.
Some of these tunes - and many more from the first two seasons - are available for digital consumption via iTunes, Spotify and other services, and may help tide you over until "Nashville" returns with new episodes next year.
"Nashville" airs at 9 p.m. CT Wednesdays on ABC.
"Borrow My Heart"
Performers: Sam Palladio, Clare Bowen, Jonathan Jackson
Writers: Phillip LaRue, Lia LaRue
So long, "ZAG," long live "SAG." Remember the disaster that went down when Avery tried to play guitar for Gunnar and Scarlett back in season 1? These three have come a long way.
"I Know How to Love You Now"
Performer: Charles Esten
Writers: Charles Esten, Deana Carter
Not only did Charles Esten perform without a net during the live broadcast portion of "Nashville's" season premiere, he did so with one of his own tunes, written with country star Deana Carter.
"When You Open Your Eyes"
Performers: Sam Palladio, Clare Bowen
Writers: Nicole Johnson, Michael Logen and Sarah Emily Parish
"Nashville" viewers may be dying for Rayna and Deacon to get back together, but on strictly musical terms, Gunnar and Scarlett are the show's real power couple. "When You Open Your Eyes" is the latest in a line of tender, melancholy and melodically robust duets.
Performer: Hayden Panettiere
Writers: Jaida Dreyer, Andrew Rollins, Cory Mayo and Steve Pasch
A spare and emotional moment for "Nashville's" most dynamic character.
"The Most Beautiful Girl in the World"
Performer: Jonathan Jackson with Sam Palladio and Chaley Rose
Writer: David Poe
A prime example of how "Nashville's" songs and story inform one another. We hear two very different versions of this tune on the show, depending on Avery Barkley's mood.
"If Your Heart Can Handle It"
Performers: Chris Carmack, Aubrey Peeples
Writers: Dean Alexander, Jaida Dreyer
Viewers are in on Will and Layla's big secret, which gives this rock-leaning ballad an extra dose of tension.
"Put My Heart Down"
Performers: Sara Evans and Will Chase
Writers: Elizabeth Huett, Nathan Chapman and Andrew Dorff
Country star Sara Evans turns her real-life single into a duet with the show's fictional country giant Luke Wheeler.
"You Can't Stop Me"
Performer: Laura Benanti
Writers: Kacey Musgraves, Keith Gattis and Charlie Brocco
Newcomer Benanti is a Broadway star, but blends right into Music Row on this tune co-written by country phenom Kacey Musgraves.
The Music of Nashville: Season 3, Volume 1
The Music of Nashville: Season 3, Volume 2
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