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Kellie Pickler Performs Exclusive Version of “Santa Baby” For CMT
                                                    Country Starlet To Present Check Donation To CMA’s “Keep The Music Playing”

                                                       Current Single, “Didn’t You Know How Much I Loved You” Top 25 This Week

NashvilleTN – Christmas comes early this year for Kellie Pickler fans, who will get a stocking full of Kellie on the radio, web and TV.  The country star recently took a break from filming an episode of CMT’s Studio 330 Sessions to record her version of “Santa Baby,” which is now airing both on the channel and  Set on a stage adorned with red Christmas lights and velvet curtains, Kellie offers a fun andflirty performance of the holiday favorite, fit for Saint Nick.

Kellie’s rendition of “Santa Baby” is also a featured track on two albums this winter: The 29-track compilation CD Now That’s What I Call A Country Christmas, and A Very Special Christmas, Volume 7, which includes a variety of today’s most influential artists and proceeds the Special Olympics.

Continuing the giving spirit of the holiday season, Kellie will present a check donation next week to the 2009 CMA Music Festival’s “Keep The Music Playing,” benefiting music education in Davidson County, TN.  Kellie will be on hand to help announce the donation and introduce the student groups who are the “Keep the Music Playing All-Stars”—groups who represent the best of the elementary, middle, and high school music programs in Davidson County.

With her current single, “Didn’t You Know How Much I Loved You,” inside the Top 25 this week and gaining momentum up the country chart, Kellie has a lot to look forward to in the New Year, including her third USO tour, where she will perform for troops overseas alongside Jamey Johnson and Randy Houser. 

Fans can tune into CMT to see Kellie’s video of “Santa Baby,” or they can check it out 


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