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What to Watch on Wednesday: Kellie Pickler performs on ‘Nashville’

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Singer Kellie Pickler guest stars on “Nashville” on ABC.

Nashville (10pm, ABC) - Rayna ( Connie Britton) hosts a charity concert at a military base (filmed at Fort Campbell) after she learns Luke was injured in Afghanistan. Albemarle native Kellie Pickler performs her most recent single “Closer to Nowhere” from her current album “The Woman I Am.” First Lady Michelle Obama also appears. In other “Nashville” news, Deacon and Maddie grow closer, Teddy thinks he’s losing his family and Jeff upsets Juliette by threatening to tell Avery the truth.

Also on tonight . . .

Arrow (8pm, CW) - Slade’s soldiers attack the city and Felicity gets a call from S.T.A.R. Labs with some game-changing news.

L&O: SVU (9pm, NBC) - A TV producer is accused of molesting his daughter, but the cops suspect the accusations are a ploy when his estranged wife won’t cooperate with them, yet she will speak with the media about the matter.

CSI (10pm, CBS) - Season 14 ends with the CSIs investigating a crime with ties to a mob heist that occurred 25 years ago. Meanwhile, Brass is faced with a life-altering decision when his daughter attempts suicide.

The Americans (10pm, FX) - Elizabeth makes a surprising discovery about Kate, while Stan pursues illegals.

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