IMDb > "Nashville" (2012) > Episodes cast
"Nashville"
Quicklinks
Top Links
trailers and videosfull cast and crewtriviaofficial sitesmemorable quotes
Overview
main detailscombined detailsfull cast and crewcompany creditsepisode listepisodes castepisode ratings... by rating... by votes
Awards & Reviews
user reviewsexternal reviewsawardsuser ratingsmessage board
Plot & Quotes
plot summaryplot keywordsmemorable quotes
Did You Know?
triviagoofssoundtrack listingcrazy creditsalternate versionsmovie connectionsFAQ
Other Info
box office/businessrelease datesfilming locationstechnical specsliterature listingsNewsDesk
Promotional
taglines trailers and videos posters photo gallery
External Links
showtimesofficial sitesmiscellaneousphotographssound clipsvideo clips

Episodes cast for
"Nashville" (2012) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 2012 | 2013 | 2014 | 2015


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

10 October 2012
Rayna, an aging country music star, is upset when her record company asks her to tour as the opening act to a new up-and-coming singer named Juliette.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

JD Souther ... Watty White

Burgess Jenkins ... Randy Roberts

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Todd Truley ... Marshall Evans
Jake Speck ... Steve

Jeremy Childs ... Albert

John Newberg ... Mayor

L. Warren Young ... Dennis

John Michael Weatherly ... Henry

Sylvia Jefferies ... Jolene Barnes

J. Karen Thomas ... Audrey Carlisle

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily
May Hwen ... Emcee

Caitlin Nicol-Thomas ... Jessie
Eddie Stubbs ... Announcer (as Eddie L. Stubbs)

Kristin Pennington ... Bluebird Patron

Gissette Valentin ... Dancer

Jason K. Allen ... Recording Studio Technician (uncredited)

Evan D Anderson ... Sound Technician (uncredited)

Thom Booton ... Featured Background (uncredited)
Joseph Aguon Drake ... Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Roger D. Eldridge ... Rayna Fan (uncredited)
Susan Hayter ... Backstage Friend (uncredited)

Steve Horswill-Johnston ... Teddy Supporter (uncredited)
Steve Hudgins ... Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Bill Jackson ... Capitol Employee / Rayna Fan (uncredited)
Dylan Wade Jolley ... TV Camera Man (uncredited)

Tammy Kirby ... Restaurant Patron & Teddy Supporter (uncredited)

Shannon Kuykendall ... Juliette's Fan (uncredited)
Allison McCulloch ... Teddy Supporter (uncredited)
Melissa Nyenhuis ... Teddy Supporter (uncredited)

Hank Quillen ... Mayor's Aide (uncredited)

Jean Reinke ... Bluebird Cafe Patron and Teddy Supporter (uncredited)

Carrington Rowe ... Fan (uncredited)

Alan Rush ... Rayna Fan (uncredited)
Megan Seely ... Juliette's Fan (uncredited)
Ben Smith ... Mayor's Assistant (uncredited)

Robin Smotherman ... Rayna Fan (uncredited)
Jared Sullivan ... Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Robert Venable ... Recording Engineer (uncredited)
Jerry L. Wallace ... Backstage family (uncredited)
Christina Michelle Williams ... Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You)

17 October 2012
An investigation shines unwelcome light on Rayna's past with Deacon.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

JD Souther ... Watty White

Nicholas Strong ... JT

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

David Ditmore ... Blazer #1

Tom Carpenter ... Blazer #2

Hannah Kasulka ... Tatiana

Todd Truley ... Marshall Evans

Jeremy Childs ... Albert

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily
Brooke Bryant ... Woman #1
Irish Ann Burch ... Woman #2
Amanda Bailey ... Woman #3

John Carrafa ... Music Video Director

Wes Murphy ... 2nd A.D. (as Wesley Murphy)

Alan Powell ... Guitar Tech
Wil Herrmuth ... Waiter
Charity Lynne Baroni ... Dancer (uncredited)

Michael Biddle ... Teddy's Campaign Staffer (uncredited)

Faith Blankenship ... Female Driver at Video Shoot (uncredited)
Andrea Brys ... Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Claire Callaway ... Dancer (uncredited)

Caitlin Carver ... Juliette's Dancer (uncredited)
Harry P. Castros ... Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Kearia Diggs ... Dancer (uncredited)
Rachel Emery ... Dancer (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Danni Heverin ... Dancer (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Band Groupie / Bluebird Cafe Hostess (uncredited)

Bobby Kerecz ... Bluebird Patron (uncredited)
Tyler Lewis ... Bluebird Cafe Sound Technician (uncredited)
Arielle Longoria ... Dancer (uncredited)
Matt Plunk ... Bluebird Patron (uncredited)

Cody Rogers ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Joy Spears ... Dancer (uncredited)
Lucy Turner ... Juliette's Fan (uncredited)
Vanessa Callahan Wohlers ... Dancer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Someday You'll Call My Name

24 October 2012
Juliette's mother shows up. Juliette calls Deacon to the studio to record the song they wrote (Undermine) in another attempt to sign him to her band. Rayna's girls perform in their school talent show. Rayna discovers information about her mother that gives her new perspective on her father, but they are still feuding. Scarlett and Gunnar go into the studio to record their demo, but things do not go smoothly.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (credit only) (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

JD Souther ... Watty White

Burgess Jenkins ... Randy Roberts

Sylvia Jefferies ... Jolene Barnes

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes
Rutherford Cravens ... Joe

E. Roger Mitchell ... Billy

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Melvin Ray Kearney II ... Bo

Jeni Perillo ... Kinsey
Juan Pont Lezica ... Photographer
Amanda Bailey ... Excited Mom
Tallie Fausnaught ... Teen Girl #1
Makenzie Fancher ... Teen Girl #2

Marc Allen ... Talent Show Parent (uncredited)

Michael Biddle ... Teacher (uncredited)
Katie Callaway ... Juliette Barnes' Makeup Artist (uncredited)
Stephanie Champion ... Talent Show Parent (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)
Stacy Harris ... Middle School Principal (uncredited)
Kendra Maples ... Talent Show Parent (uncredited)
Randall Moser ... Teddy Conrad Campaign Staffer (uncredited)
Benjamin Wood ... Security (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: We Live in Two Different Worlds

31 October 2012
Juliette is served for shoplifting, her PR agent sets her up with an interview on GMA to do damage control. Juliette blows it and the record label cancels her concert tour. Rayna agrees to help Teddy's campaign by playing a fund-raiser at the country club. Deacon gets into it with both Teddy and Rayna's father (Lamar). Rayna fires Deacon. Scarlett and Gunnar get a publishing deal with a record company.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Afton Williamson ... Makena

Chloe Bennet ... Hailey

Sylvia Jefferies ... Jolene Barnes

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Peggy Kenter

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Tiffany Morgan ... Jeanne Buchanan

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily
Holly Watson ... Dotty Peck

Jennifer Spriggs ... Charlotte Slatter
Lela Altman ... Anne Hanke

Lee Vervoort ... Cop
Reegus Flenory ... Cop #2
Steve Alberts ... Teddy's Fundraiser (uncredited)

Katie Couric ... Herself (uncredited)
Michael David Davis ... Teddy Conrad Campaign Staffer (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Christian Higgins ... Paparazzo (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Bar Girl (uncredited)

Michael LaCour ... Peggy's Husband (uncredited)

Robin Roberts ... Herself (uncredited)

Mark A. Slagle ... Coleman Campaign Staff (uncredited)
Josh Turner ... FX Crew (uncredited)
Christina Michelle Williams ... Upscale Diner (uncredited)

James Wolfgram ... Upscale Fundraiser (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Move It on Over

7 November 2012
Deacon offers to help talk Juliette's mother into rehab. Rayna says no to a Greatest Hits album again. Rayna is recording one of her and Deacon's songs for a commercial, it was altered and Deacon won't sign off on the change. Teddy and Coleman debate the baseball stadium. Teddy meets with Peggy and we learn it's not an affair they are hiding, it's a crime. Scarlett and Gunnar get an audition for one of their songs. When they need another guitarist Avery steps in, but he gets jealous and takes over the song by playing a flashy lead.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Chloe Bennet ... Hailey

Sylvia Jefferies ... Jolene Barnes

Afton Williamson ... Makena

Burgess Jenkins ... Randy Roberts

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Peggy Kenter

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Tiffany Morgan ... Jeanne Buchanan

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Adam Boyer ... Baseball Hat
Dianne Dixon ... Debate Monitor
Richard A. Smith ... Casey Bell

Sean Freeland ... Larry

Wendy Wynne ... Sandra

Melvin Ray Kearney II ... Bo
Doug Frasure ... Director

Mark Oliver ... Paul Worley

Matt Cornwell ... Mitch

Travis Nicholson ... Charlie
Michael David Davis ... Teddy Conrad Campaign Staffer (uncredited)
Donald Farmer ... AA Member (uncredited)
Sandra Godsey ... Teddy Conrad Campaign Staff (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Bluebird Cafe Hostess (uncredited)

Omar Lagudali ... Media Photographer (uncredited)

Mark A. Slagle ... Coleman Campaign Staff (uncredited)
Gilbert Stark ... Dolly Grip (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: You're Gonna Change (Or I'm Gonna Leave)

14 November 2012
Juliette's publicist sets her up with a squeaky clean rookie football player named Sean to repair her image and Juliette dislikes him sight unseen. Rayna wants a new producer and a new sound for her new song. She picks Liam, a rock 'n roller who doesn't want to work with Rayna and who the label doesn't want. Avery's band gets some interest from two promoters, but one (Marilyn) makes it clear her interest isn't just business and comes with a price.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Michiel Huisman ... Liam McGuinnis

Rya Kihlstedt ... Marilyn Rhodes

Afton Williamson ... Makena

Nicholas Strong ... JT

Tilky Jones ... Sean Butler (as Tilky Montgomery Jones)

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Peggy Kenter

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

J. Karen Thomas ... Audrey Carlisle

Todd Truley ... Marshall Evans

Gary Weeks ... Reid Olson

Ron Clinton Smith ... Officer Dunigan

Matt Lowe ... Steve

Michelle Rivera ... Female Cop

Victoria Galen ... Zookeeper

Matt Cornwell ... Mitch (as Matthew Cornwell)

Anthony Nguyen ... Photographer

Cory Scott Allen ... Hipster Producer (uncredited)
Stephanie Champion ... Coleman Supporter (uncredited)
Christopher Michael Clark ... Hipster (uncredited)
Ashley Coughlin ... Coffee Shop / Bar Patron (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Bluebird Cafe Waitress (uncredited)

Michael LaCour ... Teddy Conrad's Campaign Staff (uncredited)
Betsy Lee ... Girl at Bar (uncredited)
Aaron Taylor Morrow ... Guy in Cafe (uncredited)

Jim O'Rear ... Producer (uncredited)
Leticia Wright ... Zoo Charity Event Attendee (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Lovesick Blues

28 November 2012
Rayna and Juliette are forced to work together for an upcoming event. Juliette's relationship with Sean hits a bump in the road. Scarlett goes out for a night on the town with Gunnar and his girlfriend with the hopes of cheering herself up.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Michiel Huisman ... Liam McGuinnis

Rya Kihlstedt ... Marilyn Rhodes

Wyclef Jean ... Dominic Wells

Chloe Bennet ... Hailey

Nicholas Strong ... JT

Tilky Jones ... Sean Butler (as Tilky Montgomery Jones)

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Peggy Kenter

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Todd Truley ... Marshall Evans

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Jose Lucena Jr. ... Matt
Jake Speck ... Steve
Jason Bynum ... Jason
Jaren Johnston ... Guitar Player

David G. Baker ... Bluebird Patron (uncredited)
Cole Blaine ... Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Sarah Marie Brown ... Dancer (uncredited)
Ashley Coughlin ... Ryman Attendee (uncredited)
John T. Ford ... Bluebird Patron (uncredited)

Ponda Frost ... Bar Dancer (uncredited)
Sara Smidge Goessel ... Ryman Concert Attendee (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Clay Jeffries ... Bluebird Patron / Ryman Patron (uncredited)

Andrew R. Kaplan ... Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Bluebird Cafe' Waitress (uncredited)
Aaron Taylor Morrow ... Concert Extra (uncredited)

Ashe Parker ... Bar Dancer (uncredited)
Ashleigh Rivera ... Blue Bird Patron (uncredited)

Tracy M. Walker ... Record Executive (uncredited)
Christina Michelle Williams ... Ryman Audience Member (uncredited)
Daniel J. Wolfgram ... Stage Crew (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Where He Leads Me

5 December 2012
Teddy's secrecy about embezzling millions of dollars in the past, and the surfacing of suggestive photographs, leads Rayna to believe he is having an affair. Meanwhile, Scarlett gets an invitation be a band's lead singer and the song she wrote with Gunnar gets an option contract, prompting a passionate kiss between the two and Gunnar to dump his girlfriend and profess his love to Scarlett.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Michiel Huisman ... Liam McGuinnis

Rya Kihlstedt ... Marilyn Rhodes

Wyclef Jean ... Dominic Wells

Chloe Bennet ... Hailey

Nicholas Strong ... JT

Tilky Jones ... Sean Butler (as Tilky Montgomery Jones)

Daniel Buran ... Cy

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Peggy Kenter

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Todd Truley ... Marshall Evans

Craig Stark ... Kent

Jeremy Childs ... Albert

Tiffany Morgan ... Jeanne Buchanan

Boo Arnold ... Brock Butler

J.J. Rodgers ... Deb Butler (as JJ Rodgers)

Madison Lintz ... Dana Butler
Jake Speck ... Steve
Veda Wilson ... Elderly Neighbor
Salvador Gonzalez Jr. ... Emcee
Cristin Bartter ... Employee

Sydney Bell ... Church Choir Member (uncredited)
Michael David Davis ... Teddy Conrad Campaign Staffer (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Sarah Turner Holland ... Night Club Patron (uncredited)
Scott C. Jackson ... Coleman Staffer (uncredited)

Michael LaCour ... Teddy Conrad's Campaign Staff (uncredited)
Brigitte Laguesse ... Parishioner (uncredited)

Jonathan Riggs ... Peggy's Neighbor (uncredited)

Mark A. Slagle ... Coleman Campaign Staff (uncredited)

Phillip Trammel ... Campaign Manager for Coleman Carlisle (uncredited)
Jamie Vincent ... Night Club Patron (uncredited)
Rick Wells ... Parishioner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Be Careful of the Stones You Throw

9 January 2013
Juliette and Sean elope. Sean wants them to tell Juliette's mom on family day at rehab, but Juliette talks him into letting her go alone. Juliette and her mom continue to argue. Lamar uses Rayna's daughter to threaten her, and Teddy tells him to back off. Deacon is on the road with the new band and avoiding an interview, but not the attractive reporter. Avery tells his band that he made a solo deal. Scarlett agrees to be their lead singer in Avery's absence.

Season 1, Episode 10: I'm Sorry for You, My Friend

16 January 2013
Scarlett tells Gunnar she has two passes to Deacon's concert in Austin, but Gunnar says he's making the trip because of family obligations. She convinces him to take her along saying they can work during the long drive. Cy (band leader) is jealous of the attention Deacon is getting with the press and the women, which prompts him to make a bad move and Deacon quits the band. Juliette files divorce papers, Sean files annulment papers. Rayna isn't happy with any guitarist playing in Deacon's place. The election results come in.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Michiel Huisman ... Liam McGuinnis

Rya Kihlstedt ... Marilyn Rhodes

Yara Martinez ... Carmen Gonzalez

Wyclef Jean ... Dominic Wells

Tilky Jones ... Sean Butler (as Tilky Montgomery Jones)

David Clayton Rogers ... Jason Scott

Daniel Buran ... Cy

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Peggy Kenter

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Craig Stark ... Kent

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

J. Karen Thomas ... Audrey Carlisle

Jay Huguley ... Dewey

Jeramy Blackford ... Guitarist
Kathy Payne ... Judge
Katie Cook ... Katie Cook
Anne Holt ... Herself

Paras Patel ... Staffer

Fernando Martinez ... Security Guard (as Fernando M. Martinez)
Holly Allen ... Mother
Quinn Schuler ... Reporter

Storme Warren ... Entertainment Reporter #1

Lorianne Crook ... Entertainment Reporter #2
Todd Bellinger ... Teddy Conrad Campaign Staff (uncredited)
Jim Bronaugh ... Teddy Conrad Campaign Staffer (uncredited)
Ashley Coughlin ... Campaign Attendee (uncredited)
K. Brook Dietz ... Revel Kings Band Member (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

A. Michelle Harleston ... Sean's Attorney (uncredited)
Scott C. Jackson ... Coleman Staffer (uncredited)

Inder Kumar ... Reporter (uncredited)

Michael LaCour ... Teddy Conrad's Campaign Staff (uncredited)
Morgan Norman ... Concert Audience (uncredited)

Jonathan Riggs ... Concert Security Guard (uncredited)

Phillip Trammel ... Campaign Manager for Coleman Carlisle (uncredited)
Tracey West ... Revel Kings (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: You Win Again

23 January 2013
The label throws a party to celebrate the success of "Wrong Song" and Rayna is courted by another label. Juliette is unhappy with her mother's attendance and behavior at the party. Deacon holes up at home and battles his addiction. When Juliette finds him, he asks how she can have so much concern for him and none for her mother when they are fighting the same battle. Scarlett asks Gunnar to consider playing with Avery's old band. Avery ignores Marilyn's advice on negotiating his contract for a better deal and signs the first offer.

Season 1, Episode 12: I've Been Down That Road Before

6 February 2013
Deacon finally accepts Juliette's offer to tour with her, and Rayna's not happy about it. Liam wants Rayna to change labels, neglecting to mention he has a side deal. Rayna fires him and hires a woman guitar player. Rayna gets her own label and wants to sign Scarlett and Gunnar. Rayna struggles with being on the road with Deacon, and finally texts him to come up to her room. When she opens the door, it's Teddy who came to tell Rayna he wants a divorce. Juliette slips a ballad that she and Deacon wrote into the show and the crowd response is OK, but Glen has a fit. The song ends up online and is popular. Scarlett is having trouble making rent and Gunnar hates his roommates, so they agree to move in together platonically. Avery has a camera follow-along interview and takes them by Scarlett's house. That evening Gunnar and Avery get into a fist-fight.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (credit only) (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt (credit only)

JD Souther ... Watty White

Rya Kihlstedt ... Marilyn Rhodes

Nicholas Strong ... JT

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Peggy Kenter

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Erin McCarley ... Adria
Jon Menick ... Mr. Mason
Sabrina Tiller ... Host
Rachele Bailey ... Glam Squad (uncredited)

Caitlin Carver ... Juliette's Dancer (uncredited)
Ashley Coughlin ... Chicago Fan / Hotel Patron (uncredited)
Nathaniel Flatt ... Juliette's Dancer #4 (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Rick Hendrix ... Bodyguard (uncredited)
Cory Holland ... Juliette's Security Guard (uncredited)

Sarah Turner Holland ... Backstage VIP (uncredited)
Megan Hopkins ... Juliette's Dancer #6 (uncredited)
Amber Jackson ... Juliette's Dancer #7 (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Bluebird Cafe Waitress (uncredited)
Lacey Nicole Montgomery ... Awards Attendant (uncredited)

Jonathan Riggs ... Concert Attendee (uncredited)
Will Thomas ... Dancer (uncredited)
Rick Wells ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight

13 February 2013
Rayna and Teddy disagree about how to handle the divorce right before Rayna steps on stage. Rayna is overwhelmed and for the first time in 20 years, she misses her cue. Scarlett gets a call that Rayna wants to sign her and Gunnar to her own label. Scarlett finds out Gunnar's brother is in town in violation of his parole. She refuses to let him stay with them pointing out it's harboring a fugitive, but later changes her mind. Avery is not happy with the way Dominic is changing his music. Glenn is not happy with the way Juliette is changing her music. Glenn tells the crew to run all Juliette's changes past him and he'll handle it, but when Juliette finds out she calls everyone including Glenn to a middle-of-the-night meeting to say it's her way or the highway. Glenn quits. Rayna goes out drinking with Liam. Rayna's oldest daughter overhears Teddy on the phone with Peggy and tells Rayna.

Season 1, Episode 14: Dear Brother

27 February 2013
Deacon hates parties and watches Old Yeller every birthday, so naturally Juliette plans a surprise party for him. Rayna tells Teddy their daughter knows about Peggy, and Rayna will not cover for him like she did with the press. Despite filing in another county, the divorce is all over the tabloids and the paparazzi are all over Rayna and her girls. A crisis manager tells Rayna not to be seen in public with any man but her dad, but Rayna defiantly has Watty take her to Deacon's party. Rayna wrote a special song and Juliette says cattily that she's going to sing for Deacon, only she has to leave when her mother gets drunk. Teddy appoints Coleman as Deputy Mayor, infuriating Rayna's dad Lamar. Avery is in the studio and tells Dominic the music isn't right, but doesn't realize Dominic's responses are recorded. . . he isn't even there. Gunnar finds a gun in his brother's bag and Scarlett hits the roof. Scarlett gets Deacon to the party (attended by music celebs) on the pretext of finally hearing her and Gunnar sing. Two detectives pick Gunnar up at the party. Juliette gives Deacon an old yaller (yellow) dog.

Season 1, Episode 15: When You're Tired of Breaking Other Hearts

27 March 2013
Gunnar is blaming himself for his brother's death, and sleeping with Scarlett didn't help. Scarlett turns to Deacon when Gunnar goes after the killers. When Gunnar doesn't show for their label audition, Scarlett has to play solo. Deacon is at his wit's end dealing with the puppy, so he takes it to the vet (Stacy) and promptly starts dating her. Dominic tells Avery that he owns him, and Avery will play what and how Dominic wants. Avery torches all the master tapes of the music, signs a publishing contract, and gives Dominic a cheque telling him to take a hike. Rayna's crisis manager books her on the Katie Couric show. Rayna deals with (Maddie) her eldest daughter's disrespect, and ends up giving Maddie the first guitar she ever played to help her deal with her feelings. Juliette tweets her small concert location and six people get hurt in the mob that shows up, including Maddie. Juliette continues dodging her mother's counselling sessions until she overhears one.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Rya Kihlstedt ... Marilyn Rhodes

Sylvia Jefferies ... Jolene Barnes

Susan Misner ... Stacey

Wyclef Jean ... Dominic Wells

Katie Couric ... Herself

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Jay Hernandez ... Dante Rivas

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Todd Truley ... Marshall Evans

Melvin Ray Kearney II ... Bo

J. Matthew Davis ... Detective Braddock

Colin Owens ... Marketing Head

Aerica D'Amaro ... Lindsay

Paras Patel ... Aide

Euseph Messiah ... Nurse #1

Precious Bright ... Nurse #2
Larry Tobias ... Engineer

Wendell Kinney ... Lawyer
Alessandra Daniele ... Talia (as Alessandra Danielle)
Salvador Gonzalez Jr. ... Host
Lori Mitchell ... Anchor
Andrew McKeough ... Daniel
Ashley Coughlin ... Nashville Pedestrian (uncredited)

John Hedgecoth ... Shady Biker (uncredited)

Sarah Turner Holland ... Backstage VIP (uncredited)

Clay Jeffries ... Boy with Maddie (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Bluebird Cafe Waitress (uncredited)
Chris McQueen ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Derrick Owens ... Officer (uncredited)

Darla Pelton-Perez ... Concert Attendee (uncredited)

Jonathan Riggs ... Concert Dad (uncredited)

Phillip Trammel ... Campaign Manager for Coleman Carlisle (uncredited)
Jared Wagner ... Doctor (uncredited)

Jason Welden ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: I Saw the Light

3 April 2013
Everyone is in New York for the concert. Maddie tells Rayna she wants to be a singer and Rayna's not happy. Juliette invites Daphne and Maddie to party with her after the show, but Rayna says no. Juliette asks her mother's therapist (Dante) for business advice and lands a multi-million dollar deal with a company. Juliette and Dante sleep together. Avery loses his publishing contract and gets a job as a roadie for Juliette's band. Stacy asks Deacon if he is trying to sabotage them by bringing her on tour with two of his ex-girlfriends. Scarlett's new upstairs neighbor, Will, is a singer who got Scarlett's mail with her contract "by mistake". Scarlett says she's not signing the contract and Gunnar tells her Avery was the jealous one who couldn't take her success, sign. Lamar finds out Peggy leaked the story about Teddy and Rayna's divorce and blackmails her into changing Teddy's mind about the stadium. Lamar collapses at home.

Season 1, Episode 17: My Heart Would Know

10 April 2013
Juliette and Dante are still in bed when Rayna knocks on the door to say she has to go back to Nashville for a family emergency, and may have to cancel that night. Later Avery is searching for equipment, sees Dante in bed with Juliette, and Dante fires him. Deacon gives Stacy a key to his place and plans to quit the road, then hears about Lamar. Deacon challenges Juliette about Dante and she storms off. Deacon confronts Dante and says until he hears from Juliette, Dante can't fire Avery. Jolene accuses Juliette of stealing Dante from her and realizes they're sleeping together. At the hospital, Rayna and her sister see Lamar who is less than appreciative. Watty comes to the hospital, Lamar has a fit and ends up in surgery. Rayna realizes Watty is the musician her mother was seeing, and hears her mother was leaving Lamar the night she died. Tandy finds the connection between Lamar and Peggy. Scarlett tells Gunnar he's still having nightmares. She wants Gunnar to write with her, but he says he can't. Will gets closer to Scarlett and Gunnar; he and Gunnar play chicken with a train.

Season 1, Episode 18: Take These Chains from My Heart

1 May 2013
Juliette and Dante go house hunting. Jolene says she saw Dante kissing the realtor (Esme) who tells Juliette they're just old friends. Dante "finds" Jolene's pills, but Juliette later realizes they're not hers. Deacon and Juliette butt heads and when Dante gives him instructions, Deacon gives notice he's leaving after this leg of the tour. Deacon tells Stacy he quit, but then they go to Rayna's concert where Stacy calls him on his feelings and walks out. Rayna and Liam kiss, he asks her to go away with him. Rayna tells Lamar she never knew about her mother's affair and they agree to make a new start. Teddy confronts Peggy about leaking the divorce and says it's over. Will gives Gunnar stage tips but then tries to kiss him. Gunnar sings his brother's song and gets a producer's interest, but says he wrote it. Scarlett gets Gunnar another shot with Rayna but he tells Scarlett he wants to keep singing solo.

Season 1, Episode 19: Why Don't You Love Me

8 May 2013
Rayna and Deacon are back together. Juliette finds out Dante's embezzlement was just a start. Rayna and Juliette are both nominated for the same CMA award and the label throws them a party where Juliette gets smashed. Right before stage time Juliette lays into Deacon who quits on the spot, so Avery steps in. Teddy asks Maddie to let him take her to the Father-Daughter dance, and Rayna tells him about her and Deacon. Coleman hears more about Teddy's past and quits. Gunnar records his brother's song, but the producer isn't interested in his own work. Gunnar offers more of Jason's songs, and Scarlett learns the truth. Will takes Scarlett to the label party and uses it to get Rayna his demo.

Season 1, Episode 20: A Picture from Life's Other Side

15 May 2013
Dante sends Juliette a blackmail demand. Juliette asks Avery to help with her new song. Gunnar goes on a radio show; Scarlett doesn't like what he says and gives him a piece of her mind. Will uses information from Scarlett to crash Rayna's auditions. Will and Gunnar get in a bar fight and Gunnar misses Scarlett's debut at the Grand Ol' Opry, but Avery makes it. Scarlett tells Gunnar she can't be with him the way he is now. Rayna has Deacon over for dinner with the girls and Teddy objects. He serves Rayna a restraining order and Rayna seeks Lamar's advice. Tandy goes to the board of Lamar's company over the leadership. Maie goes through Rayna'a papers and finds the family secret. Dante changes his demands. Jolene buys drugs and contacts Dante.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (credit only) (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Sylvia Jefferies ... Jolene Barnes

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Jay Hernandez ... Dante Rivas

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Jeremy Childs ... Albert

Melvin Ray Kearney II ... Bo
Steve Buchanan ... Himself
David De Vries ... Bob Grill
Brittany Pooler ... College Radio DJ (as Brittany Louise Pooler)

Frank Brennan ... Judge Larson

Brian Stapf ... Meathead Guy

Stephen Michael Ayers ... Carlton

Bob Daniel ... Randall

Donna Biscoe ... Elizabeth

Robert Larriviere ... Stage Director
Rory Mallon ... Shady Dude (as Rory James Mallon)
Anne Holt ... Herself
Mykie Fisher ... Officer
Bradley Johnson ... Young Man
Erica Haines ... Assistant

Kyler Wilson ... PA
Zachary Turner ... Golf Cart Driver
Charlie Accavallo ... Guy on Bike (uncredited)
Ashley Coughlin ... Backstage PA (uncredited)

Justin Goldsmith ... Bar Patron / Drunk Tank Arrestee (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Tom Kovach ... Board Member (uncredited)

Claude Miles ... Grand Ole Opry VIP (uncredited)
Rob Miles ... Drunk Tank Arrestee (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive

22 May 2013
Rayna tells the girls she's dating Deacon. Deacon gives Juliette his condolences on Jolene's death and she blasts him. Maddie tells Deacon she thinks he may be her father. The US Attorney's office notifies Teddy they're investigating the Cumberland deal. When Teddy contacts Peggy he hears surprising news. Scarlett and Avery meet for a meal. Gunnar brings flowers home and tells Scarlett he came clean about the music to the producer. Scarlett says flowers won't fix what's wrong and leaves to go hear Avery play. At the CMA awards, Juliette lashes out backstage and is horrified by what she said. She leaves. Deacon confronts Rayna backstage about Maddie's parentage, they argue, and he winds up in a bar. Rayna goes home where she and Teddy try to calm a hysterical Maddie. The morning of the funeral Glen brings Juliette her award. Rayna comforts Juliette at the funeral. Juliette arrives home where the mail includes a letter from Jolene. Tandy quits her job. Gunnar proposes to Scarlett. Rayna flips the car with her and Deacon inside.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: I Fall to Pieces

25 September 2013
The accident leaves Rayna in a coma. Deacon takes the blame for the accident and is sent to jail, but a fierce lawyer is set to find out the truth. Juliette decides to make the best out of the situation for herself. Gunnar moves together with Will while Scarlett prepares for her record deal.

Season 2, Episode 2: Never No More

2 October 2013
Edgehill's new chief is determined to put the label back on top.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Conan O'Brien ... Himself

Aubrey Peeples ... Layla Grant

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

Derek Krantz ... Brent McKinney

Cinda McCain ... Carrie Franklin
Terri James ... Dr. Christina Winkler

Melvin Ray Kearney II ... Bo
Ashley L. Thomas ... Jeff's Assistant (as Ashley Thomas)
Katie Cook ... Herself (as Katie Cook Pisapia)
John Hamlin ... Himself
Megan Hopkins ... Juliette Dancer

Henry Arnold ... AA Speaker (uncredited)
Dell Goodrich ... Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Kathy Hanner ... Herself - Dancer (uncredited)
Marcus DeSean Jackson ... Hip Party Goer / Bartender / Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Clay Jeffries ... Bar Dancer (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Bluebird Cafe Waitress (uncredited)

Rhes Low ... Appraiser (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: I Don't Wanna Talk About It Now

9 October 2013
Rayna and Teddy embark on new paths as their divorce becomes final.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad (credit only)

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad (credit only)

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Michiel Huisman ... Liam McGuinnis

Charlie Bewley ... Charles Wentworth

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Aubrey Peeples ... Layla Grant

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

Robert Wisdom ... Coleman Carlisle (as Robert Ray Wisdom)

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Peggy Kenter

Derek Krantz ... Brent McKinney

Brit Shaw ... Olivia Wentworth
Terri James ... Dr. Christina Winkler
Ashley L. Thomas ... Jeff's Assistant (as Ashley Thomas)

Joyce Brew ... Stylist

Danny Vinson ... AA Speaker
Lowell Perry ... Lawyer #1

Ashley LeConte Campbell ... Lawyer #2
Tabitha Douglas Warren ... Female Stockholder

Dc Martin ... Bartender
Doug Meacham ... Restaurant Patron
Ronnie Scissom ... Concert Attendee
Jesse Brand ... Musician (uncredited)

Marcy Conway ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Darla Pelton-Perez ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)

Phillip Trammel ... Campaign Manager for Coleman Carlisle (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: You're No Angel Yourself

16 October 2013
Teddy proposes to Peggy and tries to keep it a secret.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Christina Chang ... Megan Vannoy

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

Aubrey Peeples ... Layla Grant

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Michael Rose ... Justin Ramer

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Peggy Kenter

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Derek Krantz ... Brent McKinney
Cyndi Martino ... Carla Bucklin

Joyce Brew ... Stylist
Bralyn Stokes ... Photographer

Jeremy Sande ... Steve

Ward G. Smith ... Police Chief

Seth Rabinowitz ... Karaoke Jockey
Stan Dunlap ... Portrait Photographer
Jesse Brand ... Musician (uncredited)
Kelly Burdsal ... AA Member / Angry Fan (uncredited)
Tyler Craig ... Extra (uncredited)

Francis Dobrisky ... Symphony Gala Patron (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)
Beverly Hanley ... Symphony Gala Patron (uncredited)
Marcus DeSean Jackson ... Hip Party Goer / Bartender / Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Bluebird Cafe Waitress (uncredited)

Sarah Murphree ... Bluebird Waitress (uncredited)

Holly Ann Perry ... Symphony Gala Waitress (uncredited)

Phillip Trammel ... Campaign Manager for Coleman Carlisle (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Don't Open That Door

23 October 2013
Rayna wants to obtain the rights to her music.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad (credit only)

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad (credit only)

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler

Christina Chang ... Megan Vannoy

Aubrey Peeples ... Layla Grant

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Michael Rose ... Justin Ramer

Powers Boothe ... Lamar Wyatt

Derek Krantz ... Brent McKinney

Jason Douglas ... Dashell Brinks

Jeremy Childs ... Albert

Leslie Mills ... Dawn (as Leslie J. Mills)
Steve Buchanan ... Himself
Anne Holt ... Herself

Valerie Morehouse ... Vocal Coach

Miles Mussenden ... Federal Agent

Marcus Lyle Brown ... Journalist

Sewell Whitney ... Lawyer
Suzanne Alexander ... Herself
Bobby Bones ... Himself
Blair Garner ... Adam Wergeles
Lon Helton ... Himself

Michael Yo ... Himself

Nasir Rahim ... Federal Agent
Ronnie Scissom ... Concert Attendee
Jesse Brand ... Musician (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Kathy Hanner ... Concert Audience (uncredited)
Marcus DeSean Jackson ... Hip Party Goer / Bartender / Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Bluebird Cafe Waitress (uncredited)
Henry Lawrence ... Stage Hand (uncredited)
Lake Roberts ... Guitar Customer (uncredited)

Bennett Rodgers ... Concert Guest in Black Hat (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: It Must Be You

30 October 2013
Rayna sets the record straight during an interview with Robin Roberts; Juliette runs into Charlie Wentworth; Scarlett turns to Avery for advice on the changes to her life.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington (credit only)

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad (credit only)

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad (credit only)

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler

Charlie Bewley ... Charles Wentworth

Christina Chang ... Megan Vannoy

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Nick Gomez ... Santiago

Wilbur Fitzgerald ... Bill Walters

Brit Shaw ... Olivia Wentworth

Robin Roberts ... Herself
Leah Beth Bolton ... Sunny

Nise Davies ... Patty
Lori Mitchell ... Herself

Barry Ratcliffe ... Announcer
Sabrina Tiller ... Reporter #1
Adam Black ... Reporter #2

Lizz Carter ... Socialite

Casey Fuller ... Cliff Jenkins

Kristin Pennington ... Polo Match Attendee

Catherine Pernell ... Belle Meade Socialite
Jesse Brand ... Musician (uncredited)

Allira Case ... Polo Match Attendee (uncredited)

Francis Dobrisky ... Polo Match Attendee (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)
Beverly Hanley ... Polo Match Charity Patron (uncredited)
Marcus DeSean Jackson ... Hip Party Goer / Bartender / Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Bluebird Cafe Waitress (uncredited)

Holly Ann Perry ... Polo Match Waitress (uncredited)

Bennett Rodgers ... Polo Match Attendee (uncredited)
David Spodeck ... Polo Charity Event Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: She's Got You

13 November 2013
Maddie feels lost as Teddy and Peggy's wedding day approaches; Juliette angers a lecherous but influential DJ; Deacon discovers an unexpected ally as he tries to find his way back to music.

Season 2, Episode 8: Hanky Panky Woman

20 November 2013
Deacon confronts Rayna about putting too much pressure on Scarlett; Jeff battles Rayna for control of the album she made with Liam; Gunnar struggles as he attempts to write a song for a major artist.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington (credit only)

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad (credit only)

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad (credit only)

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler

Charlie Bewley ... Charles Wentworth

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Peggy Kenter

Brit Shaw ... Olivia Wentworth

Joshua Mikel ... Shep
Daniel J. Clancy ... Sheriff (as Daniel Clancy)

Alex Livinalli ... Luke's Assistant

Keith Hudson ... Big-Hat Man
Shane Tallant ... Local DJ
Jonathan Baines ... Event Staff (uncredited)

Christopher Bower ... VIP Concert Attendee (uncredited)
Jesse Brand ... Musician (uncredited)

Francis Dobrisky ... Concert Attendee (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Backstage Kissing Couple (uncredited)
Stephen Knuth ... Backstage VIP (uncredited)
Scarlett Lillian ... Backstage VIP (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: I'm Tired of Pretending

4 December 2013
When Maddie wants to spend time with Deacon, Teddy starts to feel he's being replaced; Lamar asks Rayna to get Tandy to commit to being a character witness; Juliette worries about Layla's career stealing her spotlight.

Season 2, Episode 10: Tomorrow Never Comes

11 December 2013
Fan blowback against Juliette brings down her performance at the Music City Festival; Rayna wants to buy herself out of the Edgehill contract; Deacon and Gunnar decide to put on an unauthorized show.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler

Charlie Bewley ... Charles Wentworth

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

Aubrey Peeples ... Layla Grant

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Peggy Kenter

Derek Krantz ... Brent McKinney

Tisha French ... Tanya

Donn Lamkin ... Joey Bacanti
Don Ruffin ... Security Guard

Linds Edwards ... Guitar Tech

Billy Slaughter ... Tabloid Reporter

Chuck Long ... Himself
Bryan Fields ... Jake Slayer
Daniel Allen Judy ... Stagehand

Kelly Sutton ... Reporter
Charlie Accavallo ... Festival Worker (uncredited)
Jesse Brand ... Musician (uncredited)
Jim Bronaugh ... Mayor's Aide (uncredited)

Francis Dobrisky ... Metro Police Officer / Festival Attendee / Concert Security (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)
Beverly Hanley ... Music Festival Fan (uncredited)
Hannah Keeterle ... Juliette's Background Vocalist / Tambourine Player (uncredited)
Cassidi Spurlock ... Festival Roadie (uncredited)
Tracey West ... Roadie (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: I'll Keep Climbing

15 January 2014
Death changes lives forever as a mystery arises; Scarlett and Gunnar receive an offer from Kelly Clarkson; a video adversely affects Juliette's reputation; Rayna is under intense pressure to succeed.

Season 2, Episode 12: Just For What I Am

22 January 2014
Scarlett's career is on a hot streak as she performs with Zac Brown; Rayna asks Deacon for help writing a hit for her new album; Jeff is furious when concert venues keep dropping from Juliette's tour.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington (credit only)

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad (credit only)

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad (credit only)

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler

Christina Chang ... Megan Vannoy

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman
Zac Brown ... Himself
Jay DeMarcus ... Himself

Jeremy Childs ... Albert

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Mario Lopez ... Himself

Maria Menounos ... Herself

Allison DeMarcus ... Herself

Melvin Ray Kearney II ... Bo

Paras Patel ... Aide

Donn Lamkin ... Joey Bacanti
Gator Harrison ... DJ

Steven Roten ... Tour Promoter

Danelle Corbin ... Receptionist

Eric McCrea ... Stagehand

Megan Prater Robinson ... Pedestrian (credit only)
Charlie Accavallo ... Protestor (uncredited)

Christopher Bower ... Party Security (uncredited)
Jesse Clark ... Server (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)
Allen Hogan ... Server (uncredited)

Angela Kerecz ... Bluebird Cafe Waitress (uncredited)

Savannah Purcell ... Zooey's Friend (uncredited)

Zac Brown Band ... Themselves (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: It's All Wrong, But It's All Right

29 January 2014
Jeff is expecting Juliette to formally apologize for her behavior during her Grand Ole Opry ceremony, but at the last minute she has a change of heart and decides to standby the choices she's made. Luke introduces Rayna to a power player that could help her get her distribution deal off the ground, and then surprises her with a NASCAR that is wrapped in Rayna Jayme's graphics. Deacon is discovering his record deal might not be what he expected and Scarlett's collaboration with Liam gets off to a rocky start. Will and Layla discover they aren't all that different and find comfort in one another's company and Teddy will stop at nothing to reveal Lamar's connection to Peggy's death.

Season 2, Episode 14: Too Far Gone

5 February 2014
Juliette's new song catches a high-powered producer's ear; Rayna takes control in the aftermath of recent events; Scarlett confides in Liam.

Season 2, Episode 15: They Don't Make 'Em Like My Daddy Anymore

26 February 2014
Juliette's new song, "Don't Put Dirt on My Grave Just Yet," catches the ear of a high-powered, hit-making producer, Howie V (Michael Chernus, "Orange Is the New Black"). He wants to make her a superstar and brings her to Los Angeles to record, but marginalizes Glenn in the process. Meanwhile, Rayna takes charge with stoicism in the aftermath of recent events, and Scarlett feels lost and alone but finds Liam to be a receptive confidante.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington (credit only)

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Michiel Huisman ... Liam McGuinnis

Christina Chang ... Megan Vannoy

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

Michael Chernus ... Howie V

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Matty Ferraro ... Club Booker
Jim Damron ... Minister
Quinn Schuler ... Herself

Amber Dawn Fox ... Bluebird Cafe Patron

Marc Allen ... Stagehand (uncredited)

Ben Atkins ... Funeral Director (uncredited)
Jesse Brand ... Musician (uncredited)

Sandhya Chandel ... L.A. Assistant (uncredited)

Francis Dobrisky ... Bluebird Cafe Patron (uncredited)

Erica Douglas ... L.A. Vocalist (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Clay Jeffries ... Stage Manager (uncredited)

Justyna Kelley ... LA Background Singer (uncredited)
Ikia Walker ... Night Club Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Guilty Street

5 March 2014
After performing her manifesto song at her Opry induction, major pop labels are vying to sign Juliette, overwhelming Avery, who can barely afford to take her to dinner. Rayna has major money troubles of her own, since Tandy's been bouncing checks around town for Highway 65, affecting Rayna's ability to sign new artists. Deacon finds that life on the road is filled with temptation when he runs into an old friend, Ruth Bennett (Charlotte Ross) at an AA meeting, and Scarlett becomes more enmeshed with Liam.

Season 2, Episode 17: We've Got Things to Do

12 March 2014
Juliette has a design on how she would like to announce her new deal with Highway 65, however, Rayna has a calculated roll out plan in mind. Juliette's emotions get the best of her at a label party when she starts to feel that she is being upstaged by Rayna's up-and-coming talent. Will offers Deacon an opportunity of a lifetime though he finds the excitement short-lived after noticing Megan's strange behavior. Teddy is at odds with Maddie when he finds out she is fixated with her music, and Will is concerned about his past catching up with him so he makes Layla an offer she can't refuse.

Season 2, Episode 18: Your Wild Life's Gonna Get You Down

26 March 2014
Rayna's girls meet Luke's son Colt; Juliette becomes more and more jealous; Gunnar refuses to support Will and Layla's plan; Maddie is forbidden to go to Deacon's concert.

Season 2, Episode 19: Crazy

2 April 2014
Maddie's news goes viral and stirs a media frenzy including being a "Hot Topic" on "The View," and the real-life ladies of "The View"--Whoopi Goldberg, Sherri Shepherd, Jenny McCarthy and Barbara Walters guest-star as themselves. Rayna tries to manage the fallout by going on "Good Morning America" and real-life anchor Robin Roberts guest stars as herself. When Juliette faces more empty seats on her tour, she reaches out to Charlie Wentworth (Charlie Bewley) for a favor, and Scarlett's mother, Beverly (Dana Wheeler-Nicolson), surprises her daughter in San Francisco, but things do not go well.

Season 2, Episode 20: Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad

30 April 2014
Scarlett's breakdown is driving everyone to point fingers at who might be responsible for her condition. Deacon is blaming Rayna for pushing her too fast, Rayna is blaming Juliette for forcing her on stage and Beverly thinks Rayna is only interested in seeing her label succeed. It always feels like everyone has an axe to grind with Juliette, so she turns to Avery, only to find him preoccupied with Scarlett. During her moment of weakness, she is driven right into the hands of her nemesis. Meanwhile, Layla tries to convince Will to join her in a reality show.

Season 2, Episode 21: All or Nothing with Me

7 May 2014
Rayna and Luke organize a concert for the troops. Scarlett makes a decision about her future. Maddy's bond with Deacon grows. Will realizes the reality show might have been a bad idea while Juliette tries to forget what happened at the BMI party.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler

Kellie Pickler ... Herself

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

Aubrey Peeples ... Layla Grant

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Michelle Obama ... Herself (as First Lady Michelle Obama)

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Melvin Ray Kearney II ... Bo

Briana Venskus ... Gina Romano
Rico Roman ... SSGT Gaines
Cory M. Grant ... Tony Ward

Jason Alan Smith ... Colonel Stephen Mason

Mike Seely ... Big Jim Jackson

Drew Matthews ... Bartender
Kristen McFann ... Newscaster

Corey Parker ... Luke's Manager

Mitch Eakins ... Customer
Annie Humphrey ... Buddy

Zinnia Lane ... Cathy Jensen

Jared Simon ... Rob Stuart

Ron McCoy ... Meeting Secretary

Lauren Marie Jones ... Organizer (as Lauren Jones)

George Anjorin ... Radio Programmer

Sean Archulet ... Radio Executive (uncredited)
Jesse Brand ... Musician (uncredited)
Hannah Clabaugh ... Gina's Assistant (uncredited)

Francis Dobrisky ... Luke's Roadie (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / stage manager (uncredited)

Clay Jeffries ... AA Member (uncredited)

Todd A. Johnston ... Fan (uncredited)

John Archer Lundgren ... Fort Campbell Military Guest (uncredited)
Garth Shaw ... Bluebird Patron (uncredited)
Christina Michelle Williams ... Bluebird Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: On the Other Hand

14 May 2014
As Will Lexington's album climbs the chart with the help of Jeff Fordham's deep pockets, Rayna enlists Teddy's help to plan a huge, free concert at LP Field to draw attention to her Highway 65 debut. She will perform with Luke Wheeler and duet with Juliette before thousands of fans. Zoey, Avery and Gunnar rock out at a benefit for Deacon's favorite charity, Sober House, and Avery plans to serenade Juliette with a song he wrote for her. But when he attempts to sing it, he doesn't understand why she is not present. And Scarlett makes a decision about her future in Music City.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: That's Me Without You

24 September 2014
On the season premiere, a torn Rayna must choose not just between two men, but two directions that her life could take. Juliette, struggling to repair her relationship with Avery, auditions for the leading role of a film biopic. Meanwhile, Scarlett, determined to start fresh, embarks on a road trip home and bonds with an unexpected stowaway, and Will and Layla manage the fallout from his on-camera confession.

Season 3, Episode 2: How Far Down Can I Go

1 October 2014
After Will's debut album bumps Rayna's to second place, she's more determined than ever to make Highway 65 and her record a hit. In turn, she decides to pursue some new and unexpected opportunities for publicity, including a visit to "Good Morning America" where her friend Luke Bryan surprises her on stage. Layla becomes especially disgruntled about her fleeting career and pressures her husband Will, Edgehill Records' new number 1 artist, to help her rebuild it. Meanwhile, Juliette deals with some life-changing news and prepares for a big audition.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad (credit only)

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Laura Benanti ... Sadie Stone

Judith Hoag ... Tandy Hampton

Mario Van Peebles

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

Aubrey Peeples ... Layla Grant

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Luke Bryan ... Luke Bryan

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Amy Robach ... Herself
Erin Naifeh ... Nadine

Jason Davis ... Chuck (as Jason Alexander Davis)

Kenny Alfonso ... Mark

Kalilah Harris ... Valerie
Kim Pacheco ... Mavis

Anna Enger ... Celia Sinclair
Amanda Valentine ... Alissa

Darla Delgado ... Dr. Erica Davidson
Sarah Jane Nelson ... Nurse

Marc Allen ... Juliette's Soundboard Operator (uncredited)
Jesse Brand ... Juliette's Roadie (uncredited)

Francis Dobrisky ... Luke's Roadie (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / Stage Manager (uncredited)

Clay Jeffries ... Male Lead Auditonee (uncredited)
Darryl Johnson ... Audience Member / Party Goer (uncredited)
Lindsey Melton ... Coffee Shop Waitress (uncredited)
Garth Shaw ... Coffee Shop Patron (uncredited)
Christina Michelle Williams ... Bluebird Patron (uncredited)
Cary Young ... Concert Audience Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: I Can't Get Over You to Save My Life

8 October 2014
Rayna and Luke try to set a date for their wedding. Juliette struggles with morning sickness whilst on tour and shooting a movie. Deacon finds comfort with Luke's backup singer. Layla blackmails Jeff.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Derek Hough ... Noah West

Alexa PenaVega ... Kiley Brenner

Brette Taylor ... Pam York
Cory M. Grant ... Tony Ward

Tiffany Morgan ... Jeanne Buchanan
Alessandra Daniele ... Talia

Kenny Alfonso ... Mark

Kalilah Harris ... Valerie

Heather Renee Sims ... Blonde Groupie

Al Vicente ... Tour Manager

J.J. Phillips ... Photographer (as JJ Phillips)

William Neenan ... Director

Robert C. Treveiler ... Doug Craft (as Robert Treveiler)
Max Desir ... Bartender

Victoria Hester ... Girlfriend

Ashley Shelton ... Female Fan

Shaun Surgener ... Boy

Fiona Hardingham ... British Woman

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Laura Benanti ... Sadie Stone
Jameson Jamey Copeland ... Juliett's Roadie

Faneal Godbold ... Highway 65 Records Staff

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Freddy Mullins ... Luke Wheeler Management

Samuel Oden ... Crew Member

Aubrey Peeples ... Layla Grant

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton
Alyssa Sidebottom ... Event Staff
Grace Gore Sturdivant ... Luke Wheeler Management Team
Cary Young ... Concert Audience Member
Charlie Accavallo ... Crew Member (uncredited)
Stephanie Attanasio ... Party Girl (uncredited)
Jesse Brand ... Juliette Roadie (uncredited)

Jeff Brody ... Key Grip (uncredited)
Joseph Close ... Boom Guy (uncredited)

Francis Dobrisky ... Luke's Roadie (uncredited)
Donald Farmer ... Bowling Dad (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / Stage Manager (uncredited)
Darryl Johnson ... Party Goer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: I Feel Sorry for Me

15 October 2014
Rayna and Jeff compete to get Sadie to sign with either Highway 65 or Edgehill. Juliette continues to try and hide her pregnancy. Zoey becomes suspicious of Gunnar and Scarlett. Avery's drinking lands him in trouble.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington (credit only)

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler (credit only)

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Laura Benanti ... Sadie Stone

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

Brette Taylor ... Pam York

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Steve Alderfer ... Man
Jesse Brand ... Roadie
Matt Brown ... Roadie

David Chattam ... Store Owner

Jeremy Chesser ... Concert goer
Jameson Jamey Copeland ... Juliett's Roadie
Copeland Cristina ... Parent

Darla Delgado ... Dr. Erica Davidson

Pat Dortch ... Band Member
Galen Fott ... Group Leader

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Kimberly Hester Huffstetler ... Mom
Melissa Nyenhuis ... Paparazzi / Concert Attendee

Juan Portela ... Sound Technician
Madison Pressley ... Teenage Student

Isaiah Stratton ... Police Officer

Derrick Worsley ... School Principal
Cary Young ... Sadie's Roadie / StageHand

Francis Dobrisky ... Ryman Audience Member (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / Stage Manager (uncredited)

Darla Pelton-Perez ... Reporter (uncredited)
Garth Shaw ... Ryman Concert Audience (uncredited)
Christina Michelle Williams ... Ryman Audience Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Road Happy

22 October 2014
Juliette finally tells Avery about her pregnancy. Meanwhile, Gunnar discovers Kiley has a son, Scarlett makes an unlikely friend, and Will runs into trouble.

Season 3, Episode 6: Nobody Said It Was Going to Be Easy

29 October 2014
Juliette is rushed to hospital after collapsing backstage. Gunnar tries to persuade Kiley to stay in Nashville so he can spend more time with Micah. Maddie and Colt throw a party. Teddy receives a shock.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Derek Hough ... Noah West

Laura Benanti ... Sadie Stone

Mykelti Williamson ... Terry George

Alexa PenaVega ... Kiley Brenner

Sara Evans ... Herself

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

Aubrey Peeples ... Layla Grant

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Ed Amatrudo ... Glenn Goodman

Brette Taylor ... Pam York

Ric Reitz ... Dr. Richards

Keean Johnson ... Colt Wheeler

Gunnar Sizemore ... Micah Brenner

Moniqua Plante ... Natasha

Robin Roberts ... Herself

Amy Robach ... Herself
Paige Duke ... Brianna
Rod A. Richardson ... Police Officer (as Rod Richardson)

Phillip Andre Botello ... Paramedic
Jhira Elizey ... Orderly

John Curran ... Ken Tatum
Anna Rose Heyman ... Wardrobe Girl

Megan Alexander ... Reporter

Seth Franke ... Friend
Peyton Redmond ... Kid
Lane Gonzalez ... Drunken Dude #1
Magnus Diehl ... Drunken Dude #2 (as Magnus Jackson Diehl)

Jeremy Chesser ... Concert goer
Jesse Brand ... Musician (uncredited)
Blake Comby ... Rayna Fan (uncredited)

Francis Dobrisky ... Luke Wheeler's Roadie (uncredited)

Curtis Gordon ... Roadie / Stage Manager (uncredited)

Eric McCrea ... Teen Partygoer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: I'm Coming Home to You

12 November 2014
Rayna agrees to be shadowed by a reporter all weekend for the cover of a magazine, just as Luke hopes to rekindle their romance. Meanwhile, Juliette struggles to prepare for motherhood alone, and Will and Layla brace themselves for the premiere of their reality show.

Season 3, Episode 8: You're Lookin' at Country

19 November 2014
It's country music's biggest night of the year at the 48th Annual CMA Awards in Nashville. Up for a total of 11 awards between them, Rayna and Luke's evening begins with an unfortunate hitch when Rayna stumbles upon Luke's pre-nuptial agreement documents, causing for some friction between them. Later, Avery's parents are in town for the show as Avery is nominated for a CMA Award. What should be a lovely reunion takes a turn when Avery introduces them to Juliette. Meanwhile, Gunnar and Zoey's relationship is tested and Deacon and Scarlett watch the awards from home.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad (credit only)

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad (credit only)

Laura Benanti ... Sadie Stone

Carrie Underwood ... Herself

Brad Paisley ... Himself

Sylvia Jefferies ... Jolene Barnes

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

Aubrey Peeples ... Layla Grant

Trisha Yearwood ... Herself

Joe Nichols ... Himself

Kimberly Perry ... Herself
Neil Perry ... Himself
Reid Perry ... Himself

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Gunnar Sizemore ... Micah Brenner

Moniqua Plante ... Natasha

Michael Harding ... Carl Barkley

Francine Locke ... Sandra Barkley

Christopher Close ... Mark Rutman
Rob Mello ... Barry
Josie Todd ... Little Girl
Jeremy Anderson ... Security Guard

Keith Johnson ... Stage Manager

Tom Luce ... Bigwig
Erika Powell ... Herself (as Erika Grace Powell)
Dawn Davenport ... Herself

Ozioma Akagha ... Female Stranger

Lindsey Moser ... Event Coordinator

Craig C. Stewart ... Bartender

Tommy Barnes ... Customer

Curtis Gordon ... Country Music Star

Bettina Kenney ... (voice)
Josh Turner ... Jolene Barnes Boyfriend
Jesse Brand ... Musician (uncredited)
Melissa Nyenhuis ... Will Fan Girl (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Two Sides to Every Story

3 December 2014
Rayna continues to pull out all stops in self-promotion, this time by agreeing to do a televised Christmas special from her home for charity, with Luke and the children. But when she invites Deacon to join in, things get awkward fast. Her magazine cover story has reverberations for her personal life.

Connie Britton ... Rayna Jaymes

Hayden Panettiere ... Juliette Barnes

Clare Bowen ... Scarlett O'Connor

Chris Carmack ... Will Lexington

Will Chase ... Luke Wheeler

Eric Close ... Teddy Conrad (credit only)

Charles Esten ... Deacon Claybourne

Oliver Hudson ... Jeff Fordham

Jonathan Jackson ... Avery Barkley

Sam Palladio ... Gunnar Scott

Lennon Stella ... Maddie Conrad

Maisy Stella ... Daphne Conrad

Laura Benanti ... Sadie Stone

Mykelti Williamson ... Terry George

David Alford ... Bucky Dawes

Chaley Rose ... Zoey Dalton

Aubrey Peeples ... Layla Grant

Tamara Austin ... Lexi

Daisy Faith ... Hipster Girl

Faneal Godbold ... Bartender / Highway 65 Staff
Teresa Golding ... Festival Attendee

Kourtney Hansen ... Emily

Cory Hart ... Aidan

Landon Marshall ... Greg

Eric McCrea ... Festival Goer

Valerie Jane Parker ... Angie

Scott Reeves ... Noel Laughlin

Gunnar Sizemore ... Micah Brenner
Gabriela Zwieg ... Costumer
Jesse Brand ... Musician (uncredited)

Francis Dobrisky ... Festival Attendee (uncredited)

Clay Jeffries ... Valet Driver / Airport Traveler (uncredited)

Darla Pelton-Perez ... Airport Traveler / Festival Attendee (uncredited)
Garth Shaw ... Electrician (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: First to Have a Second Chance

10 December 2014
Scarlett finds Deacon passed out in his hotel room. Has Deacon reverted to drinking? Avery struggles to be around Juliette. Revelations upset Gunnar's relationship with Micah.

Season 3, Episode 11: I'm Not That Good at Goodbye

4 February 2015
Rayna's daughters - and Luke - don't take the news of the canceled wedding very well; Avery and Juliette encounter a few bumps as they adjust to married life; Sadie purchases a gun; Deacon gets bad news about his condition.

Season 3, Episode 12: I've Got Reasons to Hate You

11 February 2015
Rayna brushes off rumors about her and Luke's breakup as she prepares to return to the stage; Scarlett plans a surprise for Deacon; Gunnar travels to Austin intent on mending fences with his estranged nephew.

Season 3, Episode 13: I'm Lost Between Right or Wrong

18 February 2015
Rayna is furious when she finds out Jeff Fordham's plans to sign Maddie to Edgehill. Luke enlists Gunnar in his efforts to forget his heartbreak, first by writing revenge songs, and then by carousing and they bring a cautious Will along for the bar hopping. Sadie is tormented by her stalker ex-husband and brings her expensive recording session with Avery to a standstill, jeopardizing his job. And Deacon's secrecy over his illness causes him to push Maddie away.

Season 3, Episode 14: Somebody Pick Up My Pieces

25 February 2015
After Rayna reveals Jeff's indiscretions to the board members, Edgehill Republic begins to fall apart; Deacon considers a clinical trial; Scarlett reconnects with Gunnar; Juliette poses for a magazine spread.