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Kaci Battaglia - “BODY SHOTS” FEATURING LUDACRIS #6 ON BILLBOARD’S DANCE/CLUB PLAY CHART!

September 10, 2010 – Ever-glamorous KACI BATTAGLIA has done it yet again: “Body Shots”, featuring super-star rapper LUDACRIS, has charted #6 on Billboard’s Dance/Club Play charts this week and #10 last week, only getting higher and higher! Already exploding at radio and charting in clubs across the country, Kaci welcomes the reception with open arms, as she awaits the release of her aptly titled album “Bring It On” (Curb Records) on September 21st.

The Judds - THE JUDDS HELP OPRAH BID ADIEU DURING FAREWELL SEASON OF “THE OPRAH WINFREY SHOW” ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14

September 8th, 2010 – After more than 4,400 episodes and 28,000 guests, “The Oprah Winfrey Show” launches its farewell season on Monday, September 13. Highlights of the new season’s premiere week episodes include:

Monday, September 13
The top-secret 25th season premiere will feature special appearances by celebrity guests and a surprise musical performance. Plus, dreams will come true for some lucky “Oprah” show viewers.

Tuesday, September 14

Lee Brice - LEE BRICE MAKES BILLBOARD HISTORY

Sept 7, 2010 - Lee Brice’s single “Love Like Crazy” moves to # 3 and enters its 55th week on the Billboard Country Songs Chart, breaking the record for most weeks spent on this chart. The song that held the chart for 54 weeks was Eddy Arnold’s “Bouquet of Roses,” which debuted the week of May 15, 1948.

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Love Heals

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Rodney Atkins - NEW CRACKER BARREL EXCLUSIVE CD NOW AVAILABLE

CRACKER BARREL PRESENTS RODNEY ATKINS ... Current and past hits, and an exclusive new song.

Lee Brice - LEE BRICE FINDS PATIENCE PAYS

August 31st, 2010 - When “Love Like Crazy” was released to radio stations in August 2009, Lee Brice had no idea how long it would take for the song to hit its stride.

It’s now been on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for 53 weeks — that’s more than a year that it’s been in circulation, and it’s still on the move in the Top 5. That longevity is so rare that only one song has ever lasted longer on the country chart: Eddy Arnold’s “Bouquet Of Roses,” which began a 54-week run in 1948.

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