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Nashville Season 2 Soundtrack List (2013)

Nashville Season 2 Soundtrack List (2013-2014) – tracklist for every season ordered by episodes, as the music appears in the show, including all songs.

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 1 “I Fall to Pieces” s02e01
Original air date: September 25 2013

I Will Be Back One Day by Lord Huron
How You Learn to Live Alone by Jonathan Jackson
Busted by Bart Crow
Point At You by Justin Moore
This Love Ain’t Big Enough (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast
Honey Jar by The Wood Brothers
Bad Woman by Jeffrey James
Off the Grid by OBN IIIs
Working Together by Los Colognes
You Belong Here by Leagues
Why Can’t I Say Goodnight (feat. Clare Bowen & Sam Palladio) by Nashville Cast

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 2 “Never No More” s02e02
Original air date: October 2 2013

Hypnotizing (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast
House band plays as Juliette is introduced on Conan
Tears So Strong (feat. Chris Carmack) by Nashville Cast
Will performs at The Stage
Sweetheart Letter by Derek Hoke
Music plays at the bar after Will’s set
Adios Old Friend (feat. Sam Palladio) by Nashville Cast
Gunnar performs at the Bluebird
Sun To Shadow by Sarah Siskind
Music plays at the Bluebird as Will talks to Gunnar
Backwoods Company by The Wild Feathers
Music plays at Jeff’s party as Rayna and Bucky arrive
Out Like That by Luke Bryan
Music plays at Jeff’s party as Juliette talks to Jeff
Mess With Me by Hugh Bob and the Hustle
Music plays at Jeff’s party as Rayna talks to Will
Fast Talkin’ Lover by Whiskey Falls
Music plays at Jeff’s party as Scarlett talks to Avery
I Like Where This Is Going by Joey Sykes
Music plays at Jeff’s party before Layla performs
Gonna Get Even (feat. Aubrey Peeples) by Nashville Cast
Layla performs at Jeff’s party

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 3 “I Don’t Wanna Talk About It Now” s02e03
Original air date: October 9 2013

Ain’t Much Left of Me by Blackberry Smoke
Music plays at the stockholder showcase party as Scarlett and Will arrive.
Returning Half by Jared & The Mill
Music plays at the stockholder showcase party as Gunnar asks Zoey to leave and Rayna talks to Jeff.
Your Head and Your Heart by The Saint Johns
Muisc plays at the Wentworth party as Juliette looks on at Charlie and his wife.
What If I Was Willing (feat. Chris Carmack) by Nashville Cast
Will performs the song at the stockholder showcase.
How Does It Feel by Reno Bo
Music plays in the boutique as Will gets his new look.
How Many Ways by Holy Folk
Music plays in the boutique as Scarlett talks to the stylist.
Stronger Than Me (feat. Connie Britton) by Nashville Cast
Rayna and Liam listen to the last few notes of the song in the studio.
Trouble Is (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast
Juliette performs song at the Wentworth Anniversary Party.
Heart Out by The 1975
Music plays during the Wentworth party as Juliette and Avery talk backstage.
Waitin’ by Nashville Cast (feat. Clare Bowen)
Scarlett performs the song at the stockholder showcase.
Whatchu Got In That Cup by Thomas Rhett
[wrong] Whatcha Got In That Cup by Thomas Rhett
Music plays at the stockholder showcase party as Gunnar talks to Scarlett.
Whatcha Got In That Cup by Thomas Rhett

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 4 “You’re No Angel Yourself” s02e04
Original air date: October 16 2013

Left My Woman by The Wild Feathers
A Life That’s Good (feat. Lennon & Maisy) by Nashville Cast
The New Black by Moon Taxi
Hey, Doreen by Lucius
Juliettel istens to the radio in her car as she pulls up to find the Porsche.
Wayfaring Stranger (A Cappella Version) by Nashville Cast
chaley singing in the church on her own and scarlett walks in without her knowing
Peace of Mind by Mikal Cronin
I’m a Girl (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast
juliette rehearsing with her backup dancers
Elsewhere by Cold Satellite
What If I Was Willing (feat. Chris Carmack) by Nashville Cast
Come See About Me by Chaley Rose & Clare Bowen
chaley and scarlett at the pub singing karaoke
A Life That’s Good by Charles Esten
Daughters sitting on the bed singing a song that Deacon wrote for Rayna. Maddie playing guitar. Rayna looking on.

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 5 “Don’t Open That Door” s02e05
Original air date: October 23 2013

The Mtn Song by Rayland Baxter
Need It by Half Moon Run
Gunnar and Zoey hook up
Be My Girl by John & Jacob
Jonathan Jackson. & Gunnar singing on stage
Built It Just for Us by Archertown
This Town by Jaida Dreyer
This Town (feat. Clare Bowen & Charles Esten) by Nashville Cast
Scarlett and Deecan are singing together at the end if the episode
Tears So Strong (feat. Chris Carmack) by Nashville Cast
The Best Songs Come From Broken Hearts (feat. Connie Britton) by Nashville Cast
When rayna sings at the opry, and the crowds helps her out

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 6 “It Must Be You” s02e06
Original air date: October 30 2013

Pied Pipers by Ha Ha Tonka
Music plays at the Bluebird after Scarlett finishes her set.
Every Time I Fall In Love (feat. Clare Bowen) by Nashville Cast
Scarlett performs at the Bluebird. The song then takes us over a montage of Deacon and Megan, Juliette and Charlie, and Gunnar talking to Zoey.
You’re The Kind of Trouble by Charles Esten
Deacon starts writing a song when Megan comes in to talk to him.
That’s What I Do by Sam Palladio & Jonathan Jackson
Gunnar and Avery listen to Gunnar’s new song.
True Blue by Max Gomez
Song plays at the Bluebird before Scarlett takes the stage.
Hypnotizing (Acoustic Version) [feat. Hayden Panettiere] by Nashville Cast
Juliette, Charlie, and the stable guys sing together.
You’re the Kind of Trouble (feat. Charles Esten) by Nashville Cast

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 7 “She’s Got You” s02e07
Original air date: November 13 2013

Gonna Get Even (feat. Aubrey Peeples) by Nashville Cast
Trouble Is (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast
Juliette arrives at the meet and greet.
Hypnotizing (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast
Layla watching Juliette sing on stage.
You’re the Kind of Trouble (feat. Charles Esten) by Nashville Cast
Sung by Deacon at the Blue Bird cafe.
Gallup, NM by The Shouting Matches
Share With You by Lennon & Maisy Stella
Maddie & Daphne singing at Teddy’s wedding.
A Life That’s Good (feat. Lennon & Maisy) by Nashville Cast
Maddie is listening to this song on her headphones when Rayna asks her if she can listen too.

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 8 “Hanky Panky Woman” s02e08
Original air date: November 20 2013

Two More Minutes by Jaymes Young
Juliette confronts Charlie and Olivia at dinner.
Dreams (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast
Juliette and Avery write together, but are interrupted by Charlie’s texts.
Stupid Angel by Casey Berry
Song plays from the arena as Scarlett and Jeff talk backstage.
Crazy Tonight (feat. Clare Bowen) by Nashville Cast
Scarlett begins to perform and has a meltown. Rayna then helps her get back on stage and she finishes the song. & Scarlett performs the song like a pro.
Undeniable by Mike Lusk
Song plays from the arena as Deacon and Luke talk backstage.
Proved You Wrong by Cassadee Pope
Song plays from the party after Luke and Rayna’s performance.

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 9 “I’m Tired of Pretending” s02e09
Original air date: December 4 2013

Helluva Life by Frankie Ballard
Music plays as Gunnar shows Zoey and Avery Luke’s lounge.
Tell Me (Acoustic Version) [feat. Aubrey Peeples] by Nashville Cast
Layla gives herself an encore performance.
Revolver by The Daily Howl
Song plays in the bar as Will gets drunk.
Gunslinger by Keni Thomas
Will and Layla at the bar; a drunken Will gets on the bar and sings the song himself.
A Life That’s Good (feat. Lennon & Maisy) by Nashville Cast
Maddie and Deacon perform at Two Old Hippies together.
Home by Jamestown Revival
Zoey, Gunnar and Avery play cards in Luke’s lounge as Scarlett looks on.
Waves by Tall Tales & the Silver Lining
Song plays in the bar as Juliette and Will talk.
Can’t Say No To You (feat. Hayden Panettiere & Chris Carmack) by Nashville Cast
Juliette and Will perform this duet together.

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 10 “Tomorrow Never Comes” s02e10
Original air date: December 11 2013

Can’t Get It Right (feat. Sam Palladio) by Nashville Cast
Sweet Tennessee by Judah & the Lion
Playin’ Tricks (feat. Charles Esten) by Nashville Cast
Homesick for the Road by Tennessee Jet
Crazy Tonight (feat. Clare Bowen) by Nashville Cast
What If I Was Willing (feat. Chris Carmack) by Nashville Cast
Let’s Go There by Brothers Osborne
Trouble Is (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast
Blue Star by Turnpike Troubadours
Red White and Blue Jeans by The Dalton Brothers

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 11 “I’ll Keep Climbing” s02e11
Original air date: January 15 2014

Bottoms Up by Brantley Gilbert
Song plays at the radio station as Brent and Layla talk about Will’s whereabouts.
Dreams (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast
Juliette singing at the beginning of the episode.
Believing by Lennon Stella ft Chip Esten
Deacon and Maddie singing at the end of the episode.
Lately (feat. Sam Palladio & Clare Bowen) by Nashville Cast
Scarlett and Gunnar perform for Kelly Clarkson.
The South (feat. Florida Georgia Line, Dierks Bentley & Mike Eli) by The Cadillac Three
The Cadillac Three auditioning for Highway 65.

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 12 “Just for What I Am” s02e12
Original air date: January 22 2014

Free / Into the Mystic (feat. Clare Bowen) by Zac Brown Band
Scarlett performs with the Zac Brown Band at a music festival.
Here I Go Again by Craig Jackson Band
Buck fills Scarlett in on her schedule, then tells her about how people were disappointed with her not writing more songs for Kelly Clarkson.
The One You Should’ve Let Go by The Lone Bellow
Luke apologizes to Rayna for not supporting her in leaving the label and starting her own label.
Fire Away by Lee DeWyze
Gunnar is given advise that he should make things right with Zoey; Luke mentions to Deacon about the solo deal he was offered.
Gin, Smoke, Lies by Turnpike Troubadours
Gunnar tries to explain to Zoey why he kept canceling with her, she then drags him off to meet her friends.
A Feather’s Not a Bird by Rosanne Cash
Avery informs Zoey about his and Scarlett’s break up.
Home by Breaks Co-op
Rayna reserves a call him Luke as she listens to song demos.
Beautiful Lie (feat. Pete Droge) by CALICO the band & Pete Droge
Bucky tells Scarlett that she has to go to the party while trying rushing her off to the radio show.
This Time (feat. Connie Britton) by Nashville Cast
Rayna and Deacon write a new song for her album, they sing it in completion.
What If I Was Willing (feat. Chris Carmack) by Nashville Cast
Jeff interrupts Rayna and Luke’s discussion about their relationship.
Everything I’ll Every Need by Hayden Panettiere & Jonathan Jackson
Avery and Juliette, in disguise, perform in the city plaza.
Ball and Chain (feat. Connie Britton & Will Chase) by Nashville Cast
Luke and Rayna make a toast to Gunnar and this song; Gunnar asks Scarlett if they can go back to being friends.
Can’t Get It Right (feat. Sam Palladio) by Nashville Cast
Rayna and Deacon agree that they have go their separate ways.
I Will Fall (feat. Clare Bowen & Sam Palladio) by Nashville Cast

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 13 “It’s All Wrong, But It’s All Right” s02e13
Original air date: January 29 2014

Oh Me Oh My by Deadstring Brothers
Song plays from the Ryman stage as Rayna and Luke talk to Daphne.
Black Roses by Clare Bowen
1.Liam plays a few notes of the song as he and Scarlett talk. 2.Scarlett records the song in the studio.
Don’t Put Dirt On My Grave Just Yet (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast
Juliette surprises everyone with this no apologies song during her Opry performance.
Collide by Sam Riggs and The Night People
After Rayna’s show, Jeff and Luke talk and Rayna talks to Boone about doing business.
You Sound Good to Me by Lucy Hale
Rayna & Luke are hounded by press outside the Opry.
Dreams (feat. Hayden Panettiere) by Nashville Cast
Juleitte rehearses her Opry performance.
Crazy Tonight (feat. Clare Bowen) by Nashville Cast
Scarlett and Liam record in the studio, but Liam cuts her off.
Bluebird (feat. Jill Andrews) by Don Gallardo
Song plays from the Ryman stage as Brad Paisley gives Juliette some advice.
The Truth by A Thousand Horses
Song plays from the Ryman stage as Rayna talks to Boone.
Dirt Road Kid by Justin Moore
Rayna and Luke hang out with Boone at the racetrack.
This Time (feat. Connie Britton) by Nashville Cast
Rayna performs an inpromptu show at the racetrack
Wild Country by Wake Owl
Avery and Deacon talk at the Bluebird.

Nashville (Season 2) – Episode 14 “Too Far Gone” s02e14
Original air date: February 5 2014

The Blues Have Blown Away (feat. Connie Britton & Lennon & Maisy) by Nashville Cast
Rayna, Maddie, & Daphne sing for Lamar.
Keep On by Josh Weathers Band
Deacon is congratulate by Megan, then Juliette and Avery on his performance; Zoe asks Scarlett if she’s okay.
This Time (feat. Connie Britton) by Nashville Cast
Rayna records her music video for the some, “This Time”.
Keep Coming Back (feat. Charles Esten) by Nashville Cast
Deacon sings first song of the set at the Bluebird, he dedicates it to Megan.
Bar Lights by Brian Keane
Juliette surprises Avery and shows up at the Bluebird; Scarlett greets and compliments Juliette & Zoe and orders some food; Deacon and Megan make up.
From Nowhere by Dan Croll
Scarlett readies for her part of Rayna’s music video in hair and makeup.
All or Nothin’ by Nikki Lane
Avery returns home to find Juliette preparing dinner for him and that she has brought new furniture and has rearranged his apartment.
Can’t Say No To You (feat. Hayden Panettiere & Chris Carmack) by Nashville Cast
Will works on a new recording when Jeff arrives to talk to him.
What If I Was Willing (feat. Chris Carmack) by Nashville Cast
Will & Gunner listen to one of the demo’s give to Will to listen too.
Well, Well by Pickwick
Zoe returns home to find Gunnar, Will, & Layla hanging out in the kitchen just before they all start to leave out the door.
Who I Am by Chris Carmack
Will performs a song alone as Gunnar arrives home to listens to the song and another.

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  • Jim says:

    Why isn’t “I Ain’t Leaving Without Your Love ” available on the season 2 soundtrack? . It’s a much catchier tune then most on the album

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