God knows Chris Carmack has shown off his sexy side as Will Lexington in many a steamy episode of “Nashville.” But there is just something that this guy can do with a guitar that takes that sexy factor up tenfold.
Heck, even country music legend Vince Gill thinks so.
“(Carmack) is a wicked good guitar player,” Gill stated recently.
Carmack and his trusty guitar were all the rage at this year’s CMA Fest in Nashville earlier this month, as the aspiring country singer made his CMA fest debut on the Belk Park Stage playing a fiery version of the late B. B. King’s classic “Sweet Little Angel.” He also delighted the crowd with a show favorite “What If I Was Willing” and a number of cuts from his upcoming EP “Pieces of You” including “Being Alone” and “Holding My Breath.”
He also made a groundbreaking appearance at the inaugural “Concert for Love and Acceptance,” co-sponsored by Ty Herndon and GLAAD. While there, he received the first-ever “RALY” (“Rescue A Life Y’all”) award for his influential work portraying Will Lexington, an afflicted gay country artist, on “Nashville.”
While in Nashvile, Carmack also made an appearance at Craig Wiseman’s “Stars for Second Harvest” fundraiser.