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Sara Evans to Release New Album, Stronger, on March 8

First Single, “A Little Bit Stronger,” Already a Sales and Airplay Hit Climbing the Charts;
Evans Featured in New Issue of Country Weekly

Nashville, TN – Award-winning RCA Nashville songstress Sara Evans is back and better than ever as she prepares to release her sixth full-length studio album, Stronger, on March 8.

Among other tracks, the collection will include Evans’ current single, the chart-climbing new hit, “A Little Bit Stronger,” penned by Luke Laird, Hillary Lindsey, and Hillary Scott.  Available now as a digital single, “A Little Bit Stronger” has already been exciting fans, spurring sales in excess of 161,000 downloads to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Evans also takes the spotlight in a feature in the December 13 issue of Country Weekly (on sale now), as she talks about “A Little Bit Stronger” and her road to the making of her new album.

Fans can view the cover art for Stronger by visiting Sara’s Facebook page at

Media outlets, for high-resolution cover art, click here.

Keep up with all the latest Sara news and tour information, including dates on her upcoming Celebrates the Season tour, featuring hits and holiday favorites, at

Sara Evans is an ACM and CMA Award-winning recording artist with career sales of more than five million albums.  Her smash singles include such chart-topping hits as “Born to Fly,” “No Place That Far,” “Suds in the Bucket,” and “A Real Fine Place to Start.”


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