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Nash Nights Live

Brett Eldredge

Year: 2013

Runtime: 00:19:47

Shawn Parr brings the Party when Nash Nights Live hits the airwaves coast-to-coast; follow the iconic tune taste-maker as he and his co-host Elaina hang with the brightest stars in Music City.

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