Connie Britton on Releasing Her Own Music: 'That Is the Part That Scares Me the Most'

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Will Connie Britton ever release her own album?

ETonline caught up with the Nashville star at the premiere of Me and Earl and the Dying Girl in Los Angeles on June 3, and we had to ask if the angelic voice behind Rayna Jaymes would ever drop some music of her own.

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“I don't know!” Britton told ETonline. “Every once in a while I have a moment where I’m like, ‘Oh, that would be kind of fun.’ But, I don’t know! That is the part that scares me the most, so we’ll see.”

We want to see it, Connie! After all, her Nashville co-stars like Chris Carmack and Lennon & Maisy have released their own albums.

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“Maybe that will be another fear that I will try to break through,” said Britton.

In the meantime, you can see Britton in the incredible film Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, out Friday.

“It's such a beautiful film,” said Britton. "And I feel completely justified in saying that because my part in it is tiny, so I take no responsibility for how awesome it is.”