History Series / NashvilleStar

14th May '16 12:48:31 AM Doug86
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The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: [=LeAnn=] Rimes, Wynonna Judd, Music/{{Jewel}} and finally Billy Ray Cyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and {{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.

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The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: [=LeAnn=] Rimes, Wynonna Judd, Music/{{Jewel}} and finally Billy Ray Cyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and {{CMT}} Creator/{{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.
6th Oct '14 2:13:13 PM Twentington
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The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: [=LeAnn=] Rimes, Wynonna Judd, Music/{{Jewel}} and finally Billy Ray Cyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Cledus T. Judd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and {{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.

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The show's original host was Nancy O'Dell. From Season 3 onward, each season brought a new host: [=LeAnn=] Rimes, Wynonna Judd, Music/{{Jewel}} and finally Billy Ray Cyrus. These seasons also had co-hosts: Cledus T. Judd Music/CledusTJudd in Season 3; Cowboy Troy in Seasons 4 and 5; and {{CMT}} personality Katie Cook in Season 6.
5th Mar '14 9:28:19 PM Twentington
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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves did better, as she had a successful album for Mercury Records in 2013.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves Music/KaceyMusgraves did better, as she had a successful album for Mercury Records in 2013.
16th Jul '13 1:18:05 PM Twentington
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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves did better, writing a song for the aforementioned Lambert and charting a Top 10 hit of her own in 2013.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves did better, writing as she had a song successful album for the aforementioned Lambert and charting a Top 10 hit of her own Mercury Records in 2013.
10th Jun '13 11:40:03 PM nombretomado
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Basically the CountryMusic version of ''AmericanIdol''.

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Basically the CountryMusic version of ''AmericanIdol''.
''Series/AmericanIdol''.
14th Mar '13 8:52:17 PM Twentington
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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves did somewhat better, as she hit Top 40 in 2012.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves did somewhat better, as she writing a song for the aforementioned Lambert and charting a Top 10 hit Top 40 of her own in 2012.2013.
7th Oct '12 4:52:03 PM Twentington
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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even seventh-placer Kacey Musgraves did somewhat better, as she got a couple videos on CMT, tours with John Mayer and Music/LadyAntebellum, and a contract with Mercury in 2012.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even seventh-placer ''seventh''-placer Kacey Musgraves did somewhat better, as she got a couple videos on CMT, tours with John Mayer and Music/LadyAntebellum, and a contract with Mercury hit Top 40 in 2012.
9th Sep '12 11:47:01 AM Twentington
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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even seventh-placer Kacey Musgraves did somewhat better, as she got a couple videos on CMT, tours with John Mayer and Music/LadyAntebellum, and a charting single with the Josh Abbott Band in 2012.
** Season 6: Winner Melissa Lawson signed with Warner Bros. and fell just short of Top 40 with her single "What If It All Goes Right". Fourth-place Coffey Anderson has had minor success as an indie Christian artist, and Justin Gaston got a few TV gigs.

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** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even seventh-placer Kacey Musgraves did somewhat better, as she got a couple videos on CMT, tours with John Mayer and Music/LadyAntebellum, and a charting single contract with the Josh Abbott Band Mercury in 2012.
** Season 6: Winner Melissa Lawson signed with Warner Bros. and fell just short of Top 40 with her single "What If It All Goes Right".Right" before exiting the label. Fourth-place Coffey Anderson has had minor success as an indie Christian artist, and Justin Gaston got a few TV gigs.
25th Aug '12 7:24:09 AM FELH2
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A singing competition specializing in CountryMusic, aired from 2003 to 2008. It ran on USANetwork for five seasons, before hopping to {{NBC}} for its sixth and final season.

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A singing competition specializing in CountryMusic, aired from 2003 to 2008. It ran on USANetwork for five seasons, before hopping to {{NBC}} Creator/{{NBC}} for its sixth and final season.
8th Aug '12 5:44:18 PM Twentington
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** Season 1: winner Buddy Jewell had a strong start: his first two singles both went to #3 on country and cracked Top 40 on the Hot 100 and his debut album went gold, but the second album completely tanked. The aforementioned Lambert had modest success from the get-go, but didn't really break through until her third album, ''Revolution'', in 2009.
** Season 2: Winner Brad Cotter got into the Top 40 with "I Meant To", but disappeared after his debut album. Runner-up George Canyon went on to have far more success in his native Canada.
** Season 3 was a draw: Erika Jo had one album with a dud single, while runner-up Jason Meadows did one indie album and didn't chart with any of his five singles.
** Season 4: Averted, as Chris Young has had a fairly successful career despite a false start with his debut album the next two albums produced five straight #1 hits, with the former going gold.
** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Her younger brother, Zac, never released anything. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles. Even seventh-placer Kacey Musgraves did somewhat better, as she got a couple videos on CMT, tours with John Mayer and Music/LadyAntebellum, and a charting single with the Josh Abbott Band in 2012.

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** Season 1: winner Buddy Jewell had a strong start: his first start, with a gold album that produced two big singles ("Help Pour Out the Rain" and "Sweet Southern Comfort") that both went to peaked at #3 on country and cracked in Top 40 on of the Hot 100 and 100. However, his debut album went gold, but the second album completely tanked. tanked and he's barely been heard from since. The aforementioned Lambert had modest commercial (and very high critical) success from the get-go, but didn't really break through until her third album, ''Revolution'', in 2009.
** Season 2: Winner Brad Cotter got into the Top 40 with "I Meant To", but disappeared after his debut album. Runner-up George Canyon went on to have far more success had a flop single in the US called "My Name", but has maintained a steady career in his native Canada.
** Season 3 was a draw: Erika Jo had one album with a dud single, single ("I Break Things"), while runner-up Jason Meadows did one indie album and didn't chart with any of his five singles.
** Season 4: Averted, as Chris Young has had a fairly successful career despite a false start with his debut album the next two albums produced five straight #1 hits, with the former his second album going gold.
** Season 5: Winner Angela Hacker got a contract with Warner Bros., but her only release for it was a CD full of demos she made while on the show. Her younger brother, Zac, never released anything. Fifth-place Whitney Duncan also got a contract with Warner, releasing a full album and two [=EPs=], also charting a couple minor singles.singles; she had previously gotten a guest vocal on a KennyRogers single back in 2004. Even seventh-placer Kacey Musgraves did somewhat better, as she got a couple videos on CMT, tours with John Mayer and Music/LadyAntebellum, and a charting single with the Josh Abbott Band in 2012.
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