Producers of the TV show 'Nashville' are looking for Fort Campbell soldiers to appear in an upcoming episode. (ABC/Mark Levine)
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The TV show “Nashville” is holding a casting call Thursday at Fort Campbell, Ky., according to a message posted on the base’s Facebook page.
Producers are looking for soldiers and family members to serve as extras during filming to take place next week on Monday and Tuesday, the message says. Thursday’s casting call will be held from 5-7 p.m. at the Main PX and is open only to those with military ID.
The popular ABC drama follows the careers and personal lives of two rival country music stars played by Connie Britton (“Friday Night Lights,” “American Horror Story”) and Hayden Panettiere ( “Heroes”).
“This call will identify specific individuals for specific scenes,” the message says. “However, the concert sequence to be shot on Tuesday, March 25 is open to any military ID card holder. It's an outdoor concert, which will be held at Saber Airfield.
“Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the day. Individuals positioned around the stage itself should plan on being there the entire day to assist in production continuity.”
The post continues to roll out more details and advises soldiers to follow the official Facebook page.