“Nashville” Actress Clare Bowen Plans Self-Titled Debut Album

“Nashville” Actress Clare Bowen Plans Self-Titled Debut Album

Clare Bowen was a fixture on CMT’s Nashville as Scarlett O’Connor for six seasons from 2012–2018. In addition to her acting duties, Clare toured with the Nashville troupe between seasons and sang a number of songs on the 22 soundtracks the show inspired.

The 35-year-old Australian native revealed she is planning to release her self-titled debut album on July 12. Produced by Josh Kaufman, the upcoming album features songwriters Amy Wadge, Wyatt Durrette, Nathan Chapman and Lori McKenna. Clare also worked on the album with husband and longtime collaborator Brandon Robert Young, who co-wrote many of the album’s songs with Clare.

On May 23, Clare will released the album’s lead single, “Let It Rain,” a soulful anthem about surviving life’s hardships and letting go of fear.

Clare will embark on a headlining tour this summer, including stops in Nashville, Chicago and New York.

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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