Nashville-based actor Todd Truley was in New York recently to attend the premiere of the Robert DeNiro / Sylvester Stallone comedy, Grudge Match, in which he plays physician, Dr. Camare. Truley, a Nashville native, has acting credits in Prisoners starring Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal as well as on TV shows “Homeland,” “Army Wives,” and “Drop Dead Diva.” Most recently, Truley was a regular on ABC-TV series Nashville as Marshall Evans.
Truley was on the Grudge Match red carpet with his wife, Ellen Truley, an executive with SESAC. Ellen Truley was recently included in Billboard Magazine’s Women in Music issue in a spotlight “Women of the PROs” feature.
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On Thursday (Jan. 9), Will Hoge performed his single, “Strong,” on CBS’ The Late Show with David Letterman. “Strong” serves as the current Chevy Silverado campaign anthem. Hoge’s album Never Give In (Cumberland/Thirty Tigers) is currently in the Top 5 on the Americana music charts.
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Craig Morgan will return to television with a performance during the premiere of A&E’s new original series Crazy Hearts: Nashville on Wednesday, Jan. 15 at 10 p.m. CT.
Filmed at the Bluebird Café, Black River Entertainment recording artist Morgan’s performance of his hit single, “Wake Up Lovin’ You” will be featured when the viewing audience is introduced to aspiring singer/songwriter Jimmy Stanley and his girlfriend/manager April Nemeth. “Wake Up Lovin’ You” was penned by Josh Osborne, Matt Ramsey, and Trevor Rosen, and is featured on Morgan’s project The Journey (Livin’ Hits).
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