Nashville‘s Clare Bowen and Brandon Robert Young have joined forces to become a new country duo. They will be releasing two new songs – “Helpless” and “Darling Oh Darling” – on Oct. 8, available on all digital platforms.
Bowen grew up in rural Australia before landing the role of Scarlett O’Connor on the ABC/CMT/Hulu series Nashville and launching her career as a singer-songwriter. Throughout her career, she’s performed duets with artists like Zac Brown Band and Vince Gill, and has recorded with producers like T-Bone Burnett and Buddy Miller.
Young was drawn to music from an early age, moving to Nashville in 2000. He taught himself how to play guitar and spent time honing his craft, and has since spent over a decade collaborating with artists like John Hiatt, Emmylou Harris, John Carter Cash, and more. His music has been featured in shows such as Nashville, Shameless, and A Million Little Things, among others.
The two have been busy in recent years touring, writing, and performing. In 2018 they nabbed a spot on Sugarland’s “Still The Same Tour,” and Bowen set out on a headlining tour in support of the international release of her album in summer 2019. In 2020, she sang virtually in Australia’s ARIA Awards, as well as wrote and sang with Young on a song for the Johnny Cash collaborative album, Forever Words.
The newly-formed pair will be playing a series of dates at City Winery locations around the country through November and December, including a Nashville show on Dec. 15. For a full list of dates and ticketing information, click here.
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