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Bowen announces U.S. debut

Wednesday, May 15, 2019 – Clare Bowen, a star of the TV show "Nashville," will release her debut disc on July 12, she announced today.

"I am over the moon to announce that my debut album is coming out in the U.S. on July 12!," Bowen said online. "I was lucky enough to tour the album internationally last year and share it with so many lovely fans across the globe. Now I'm so happy to finally bring the album back to where I started writing it - the United States."

Bowen released an album last year abroad.

"I had the pleasure of working with some incredibly gifted writers on this project," she said. Lori McKenna, Nathan Chapman and Wyatt Durrette were some of the songwriters.

"This album is the first installment of my life story in song, and I am just so honored to share it with you all."

Bowen said she would launch a short tour in late April. "We are going on tour in the US.S. to play some very special, intimate shows in select markets between my next filming projects...Thank you for believing in me. I love you all, and cannot wait to tell you all my stories."

Tour dates are:
July 29 - City Winery - New York
July 30 - Birchmere - Alexandria, Va.
July 31 - City Winery - Boston
Aug. 2 - City Winery - Nashville
Aug. 4 - City Winery - Chicago

Bowen, 35, played the role of Scarlett O'Connor in "Nashville."

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