Looking for the best songs from Nashville season 4? While the show is full of great tunes, these are the five that we can’t stop listening to! Since Nashville is a musical drama, you know it is going to have some great tunes involved, right? Every one of the 4 ½ seasons so far has had songs in pretty much every episode, with most episodes featuring several songs. Some songs are cover songs from other artists and some are originals from the cast themselves. Check out 5 we just love from the 4th season!
5 Best Songs from Nashville Season 4
Hymn for Her
The song Hymn for Her premiered in episode 1, was written by Jon McLaughlin and performed by Deacon Claybourne (Charles Esten). Deacon is playing this song in the hospital for his sister, Beverly O’Connor, who is in a coma, with Scarlett O’Connor entering the room.
Beyond the Sun
The song Beyond the Sun appeared in episode 3, was written by Aaron Espe and Claire Guerreso and performed by Maddie Conrad (Lennon Stella). The song appears on the album titled The Music of Nashville: Season 4, Volume 1. Maddie is recording this song in the episode, but it is played throughout various scenes in the episode, including Rayna James bringing coffee to Deacon Claybourne and Scarlett O’Connor, who is visiting Beverly O’Connor in the hospital.
Plenty Far to Fall
The song Plenty Far to Fall debuted in episode 8, was written by Alex Dezen, Garrison Starr and Sandy Chila and performed by Scarlett O’Connor (Clare Bowen) and Gunnar Scott (Sam Palladio). The song appears on the album titled The Music of Nashville: Season 4, Volume 1. While Scarlett and Gunnar are recording this song, Scarlett makes a signal to Erin, the sound engineer, to adjust her ear’s audio. At that moment, the power goes out in the recording studio, leaving Scarlett and Gunnar to finish the rest of the song acoustically.
Don’t Make ‘Em Like You No More
The song Don’t Make ‘Em Like You No More appeared in episode 9, was written by James Otto, Cory Crowder and Chris Gelbuda and performed by Markus Kane (Riley Smith). Markus is in the recording studio, performing this song for Rayna James and Deacon Claybourne, when he decides to change part of the song’s lyrics, irritating Deacon.
This is one of our favorite songs from Nashville season 4! The song Wild Card premiered in episode 19, was written by Clare Guerreso, Rosi Golan and Daniel Tashian and performed by Maddie Conrad (Lennon Stella). The song appears on the album titled The Music of Nashville: Season 4, Volume 2. Maddie performs this song at the showcase that was set up by Cash Gray, even though just a week before, Cash took out a restraining order against both Rayna and Maddie.