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Crazy Hearts: Nashville on A&E® goes backstage into the lives of several up-and-coming country music artists trying to hit it big, fall in love and sing about it. Nashville is all about relationships, so between the love triangles, fiery relationships and stiff competition, passion and rivalries run rampant. Both on stage and off, these rowdy songbirds raid the social scene every night, partying and singing the blues while waiting for their big break. Experience the music, struggle, romance and drama that fuel this iconic city.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoLook Out World I'm Coming||Nashville royalty, Lee Holyfield, is having a hard time getting over her ex, bad boy rocker, Leroy Powell. It only gets worse when he falls for the new girl in town--sexy country singer, Hannah Fairlight. The whiskey voiced bartender from the famous Bluebird, Jimmy Stanley, agrees to let his new girlfriend, April Nemeth, manage his career. Could this spell career suicide for both of them? Anthony Billups, owner of Nashville's most up and coming music venue, The Building, is Leroy's best friend and one of the hottest bachelors in town. But there's only one girl he's ever loved and she's newly single. Will she break Anthony's heart all over again?||42:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoLove Me When You're Lonely||Still reeling from seeing Leroy flaunt his new flame on stage, a broken-hearted Lee decides to make a major statement at her 30th birthday party. Meanwhile, Heather is on a mission to get the scoop on Hannah, and find out what exactly is going on with Leroy! After a wild night out, Jimmy drunkenly professes his love to April via text message, but will he regret it later? Billups' heart soars when Amy confesses she's single again, but will his drinking ruin his second chance? Leroy attempts to apologize to Lee about Hannah, but when that backfires, he crashes her birthday party. Does this mean he's having second thoughts?||41:32||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoSome Broken Hearts Never Mend||Things are hot and heavy between Nashville bad boy, Leroy Powell, and new girl in town Hannah Fairlight. That is...until she unveils her latest ballad. Turns out that among musicians, a bad song can make a bad romance. Hannah, not one to be deterred by anything, burns the midnight oil to fix the song and impress Leroy. But is impressing Leroy a lost cause when he's already returned his sights to his ex-girlfriend, Lee? Meanwhile, Amy is giving a romance with Billups a second chance, but will his drinking get in the way? And April's got a surprise for Jimmy--he's going to be performing a showcase for industry execs in a month--and he's the one who's got to pay for it. Can a few days breaking horses at the ranch pay the bill? Lee and Hannah finally come face to face in the showdown everyone's been waiting for.||42:09||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoAll Trucked Up||Lee goes on her first date since her break-up with Leroy. And after Hannah played Leroy her song, Leroy soured on Hannah. But he's already moved on to his next conquest, a tattoo model. Hannah, rejected and hurt, prepares to wow Nashville with her first showcase and attempts to form an unlikely alliance with Heather. Jimmy shows he's willing to do whatever it takes impress at his showcase, including taking a vocal lesson. Meanwhile, when an A & R rep from a major label comes to check out Billups perform, Amy steals the show. Will that spell the end of their romance?||41:46||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoFriends Without Benefits||Lee invites Leroy to be her date to the ASCAP awards. But Heather is concerned that Lee is setting herself up for more heartbreak. When Heather meets with Leroy to question his intentions, will her intervention do more harm than good? Meanwhile, frustrated Billups confronts Amy after she stole his thunder at an important showcase, but Amy turns the tables and calls out Billups for his angry, drunk text messaging. Jimmy and April's relationship is threatened when Jimmy chooses music over April. Heather agrees to help Leroy's bandmate Hugh take center stage, but does she have ulterior motives? Tired of being the new kid in town, Hannah tries to make amends with Lee.||41:27||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoFool Me Twice, Shame On Me||Lee tries to pick up the pieces after Leroy ditched her at the ASCAP awards. Meanwhile, Heather and Hugh plan his show over dinner, but is this strictly business? Intimidated by the level of talent in Nashville, Hannah reaches out to Amy for guidance. April books an A&R manager for Jimmy's big showcase, but will he like what Jimmy has to offer? Billups tries to sober up for Amy, but a late night phone call could end their relationship for good.||41:52||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoMaking Up Is Hard to Do||Lee warns Heather about getting too close to Hugh. Meanwhile, April catches Jimmy with another girl. Hannah collaborates with a talented singer but she might be interested in more than just making music. Hugh gets a big break at his showcase. After learning that Billups has been drunk dialing Hannah, Amy meets a new love interest. Lee and Leroy run into each other for the first time since he ditched her before the ASCAP awards, but can they mend their relationship?||41:38||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoBest of Intentions||It's Lee's Nashville singing debut but when Leroy attends her performance to try to make things right, will Lee be happy to see him? Billups calls out Amy for dating Ichabod forcing Amy to finally confront Billups about drunk dialing Hannah. Jimmy has a big surprise waiting for April at The Bluebird Caf . Things heat up when Hannah makes a music video with Hugh, but what will happen if Heather finds out?||41:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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I forced myself to watch this and only made it past the first five minutes. I couldn’t tell if it was the bad acting, lack of storyline or the fact that they are trying to pass this off as entertainment/reality show when the people in it are less real and more fiction but it all adds up to a hot mess and not worth the space on your hard drive.