If you've ever wondered what it's like to be an aspiring musician in Nashville, then a new reality TV show might be just what you're looking for.

Cable network A&E has announced the cast for 'Crazy Hearts: Nashville,' which will feature seven Music City residents who are trying to make their way in the music business.

According to a synopsis, the show will “go backstage into the lives and lyrics of several up-and-coming musicians as they try to hit it big, fall in love and live to sing about it.” In true reality TV fashion, the show will also include “love triangles and fiery relationships that will cause rivalry both on- and off-stage.”

According to Nashville's Tennessean, aspiring singer-songwriters Anthony Billups, Lee Holyfield, Leroy Powell, Jimmy Stanley and Amy Wilcox will each appear on the show, along with artist manager April Nemeth and journalist and media professional Heather Byrd.

Viewers will watch each of the cast members as they go about their daily lives, balancing their personal and professional lives in their quest for stardom. The show, which will debut on A&E in January, is scheduled to air eight hour-long episodes.

'Crazy Hearts: Nashville' isn't the only reality show focusing on Nashville. 'Private Lives of Nashville Wives,' which will debut on TNT on Feb. 24, will showcase the lives of seven wives of prominent men in Nashville, as they pursue their own career ambitions, separate from their famous husbands.