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Chris Carmack


  1. 1.
    Pieces of You
  2. 2.
    Being Alone
  3. 3.
    Can't Do It Again
  4. 4.
    Always Mine
  5. 5.
    What Has Changed
Chris Carmack first gained attention with a starring role on the 2003 teen drama The O.C., but it was another soap opera that launched his musical career.
Carmack joined the cast of the prime-time melodrama Nashville in 2012 and through his role as Will Lexington -- an aspiring country singer who eventually comes out of the closet, being that rarest of things: an openly gay country singer in Nashville -- he eased into a musical career, releasing his debut EP, Pieces of You, in 2015.
It was a long road to music for Carmack. Born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Derwood, Maryland, he attended New York University for a while before leaving to pursue a career as a model. Two years of modeling in New York City led to a move to Los Angeles to try his hand at acting, and he landed a spot as the jock Luke on The O.C. in 2003. He left the series after a season and continued to work steadily, bouncing between film and television, earning longer runs on the 2005 series Beach Girls and Related, but he didn't get a regular starring role until 2013, when he was cast as Will Lexington on Nashville. He had songs on the soundtracks for Seasons 2 and 3 -- the former produced the single "What If I Was Willing" -- and in 2015, he released a solo EP called Pieces of You. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi


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