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Episode Debuts Online December 8, 2009

(Nashville, Tennessee...) -- December 1, 2009 -- Country music star Gretchen Wilson recently brought her undeniable talent and smokin' band in for a taping of CMT's popular "Studio 330 Sessions." Her exclusive and intimate performance and interview will begin airing Tuesday, December 8, 2009, and fans can catch a backstage sneak peek of Gretchen's performance of her new smash hit "Work Hard, Play Harder" now
In addition to the new single, fans who log on to the site will catch unplugged renditions of "When I Think About Cheatin'," "The Earring Song" and the title cut to her next album "I Got Your Country Right Here." During the exclusive interview, Gretchen reveals the first time she performed live, her excitement about her new label Redneck Records and more. 
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Proceeds to Benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

(Nashville, Tennessee...) -- December 1, 2009 -- Keeping track of important dates is easy when you can view 12 months of inspiring images on the new 2010 Fans of Buddy Jewell Calendar, which is available now. The unique keepsake includes 180 photographs taken by Buddy's fans, and net proceeds will benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.  
Each month of the year is filled with photos of Buddy in concert and with his fans during meet & greets. Also included are several pictures of Buddy with St. Jude patients, including the front cover of the calendar. The high-quality calendar is printed on thick 100lb cover weight paper and adds impact to any room. Each page measures 11" x 8.5", and the overall calendar measures 11" x 17" in fully dynamic color when hung on wall. In addition, numerous fans made a donation of $5.00 to have their birth dates included in the appropriate month.

The Calendars sell for $24.99 and make wonderful Christmas gifts. Orders can be placed through Café Press by clicking on:
For additional information on Buddy, the new calendar or to hear his new smash hit "Somebody Who Would Die For You," log onto
To learn more about St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, please


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