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Shania Twain’s Come On Over is still the biggest selling album as it approaches 15 million in U.S. sales, making it the biggest selling album of the last 10 years. Get it at MusicOutfitter.com!
Mary Chapin Carpenter is excited about her upcoming release Between Here and Gone, which is slated to hit stores March 23rd. Mary Chapin is co-producing the CD, her first studio album in three years.
Lonestar still rocks! Eight years after their arrival on the scene, this year marked a runaway success with their greatest-hits collection From There to Here, which has already sold a half-million copies. Be sure to pick up a copy of this great CD at MusicOutfitter.com. The guys are very low-key when it comes to the celebrity spotlight that accompanies success. The group is down to earth and think of their families first. Great wishes for continued success.
Brad Paisley fans will be happy to know he will be spotlighted on an upcoming episode of “CMT Inside Fame.” On the episode premiering February 7th at 8 PM, Eastern Time, Brad talks about his fast rise to stardom. CMT even goes to West Virginia to uncover his musical roots. Paisley also shares the music that inspired his move to Nashville, and discusses his relationship with new wife, actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley.
Alan Jackson was Inspired.
His current single, “Remember When,” has been entrenched in the top 10 lately. He said this term is used in everyday conversations. Some of the words apply to real life situations in Jackson’s life.
Kenny Chesney’s new CD is due out Feb. 3rd. Watch for it!
The title is When The Sun Goes Down and some of the singles are: Keg in The Closet, Old Blue Chair, and Being Drunk. It sounds like a lot of fun.
When Tim McGraw hears his current single “Watch the Wind Blow By” on the radio, it always takes him back to life at home. He is reminded of the farm, being home with Faith and the girls.
Jimmy Wayne’s success continues into the New Year as his latest single “I Love You This Much” is receiving lots of “spins” on radio across the country. Many of you will remember Jimmy’s spirited performance at last years “Old Settlers Days” in friendly Olathe.
Trace Adkins: Greatest Hits Collection, Volume 1 Certified Gold. This album released in July 2003 was his first #1 charting album. Since his debut in 1996, Adkins has churned out a ton of hits such as “Every Light In the House is On,” “I’m Tryin,” and “Chrome.” “Then They Do,” a new song included on the album, quickly climbed the charts. His new album, “Comin’ On Strong,” released in early December, has shown strong sales. It includes “Hot Mama,” also a #1 video on CMT. You gotta love Trace!
Jeff Foxworthy coming to Kansas City on Fri., February 6. Catch Jeff at the Ameristar Casino. Call 816-414-7000 for information.