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New Single Available On iTunes & Daughter Becomes A Teenager Today!
Nashville, Tennessee (March 29, 2011) – March 29 marks two special occasions this year for Country Superstar – and Super Mom – Martina McBride. Her Republic Nashville lead single, “Teenage Daughters,” is available now on iTunes and, ironically on the same day, her daughter Emma officially becomes a teenager. Both are cause for celebration – the latter a little more by the teenager than by the mom!
“I couldn’t believe it when I noticed the single release date was the same day Emma turns 13!” exclaimed McBride. “How fitting that I have another teenager in the house on the very day the song is released!”
“Teenage Daughters” was the Hot Shot debut at #40 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart and is already climbing the iTunes Top Country Songs Chart. 
As the mother of teenage daughters – Delaney (16) and Emma (13) – and 5-year-old Ava, McBride drew inspiration from her reality while writing “Teenage Daughters” with The Warren Brothers. The song candidly approaches the sometimes challenging dynamic between parents and children, as they each grow up.
“John and I are really proud of the open relationships we have with our girls, but let’s get real, it’s not always easy when they’re seeking independence and you are wanting to keep them in that innocent stage,” McBride admits.
The three-time Female Vocalist of the Year will perform as part of the 46th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, April 3rd, 2011 at 8:00pm live EST/delayed PT on the CBS Television Network, from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. She will also be honored during "Girls' Night Out: Superstar Women of Country," which will feature an A-list lineup of performers paying respect to today’s most incredible country music female artists and air April 22 on CBS at 8:00pm EST. Martina will be recognized by ACM Lifting Lives for her dedication to raising social consciousness of domestic violence and encourage female empowerment through her songs.
About Martina McBride   
One of the most spectacular voices in any genre of music, Martina McBride is a four-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year, three-time ACM Female Vocalist of the Year and GRAMMY winning recording artist with more than 18 million in album sales and 24 Top 10 singles, including six that hit #1. The breadth of her talents – as a recording artist, producer, songwriter and concert entertainer – has made her an in-demand performer and personality, appearing on countless national TV shows, prime-time specials, award shows and prestigious events across the country. The superstar’s fiery, passionate vocals have created such signature hits as "Independence Day," "Wild Angels," "A Broken Wing," "Blessed" and "This One's for the Girls." These songs along with hits such as "Concrete Angel," "Love's The Only House,” "God's Will" and “Anyway” not only underscored her incredible popularity as one of music's preeminent fema le vocalists but have become memorable musical statements and resounding social commentaries as well. McBride has lent her name, her music and her time to many domestic violence and child abuse organizations including ChildHelp USA, Prevent Child Abuse America, YWCA of Middle Tennessee, National Network to End Domestic Violence, National Domestic Violence Hotline and the National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline.
Celebrated for her dedication to these causes, along with her talent, beauty, sense of fashion and her “everywoman” perspective in life and music, Martina has graced the covers of numerous national publications including Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, Reader’s Digest, People Magazine, Shape andCountry Weekly. Martina recently signed with Big Machine Label Group’s Republic Nashville imprint and is in the studio currently completing her 2011 release. McBride has co-written seven more tracks for her new album, including the lead single, “Teenage Daughters.”
 Scott Borchetta, President and CEO of the Big Machine Records Label Group and Monte Lipman, President and CEO of Universal Republic, announced the formation of its new label partnership – Republic Nashville – in May 2009. Former Capitol Records Promotion executive Jimmy Harnen serves as President with Borchetta serving as CEO. The imprint is headquartered on Music Row and utilizes the combined resources of Big Machine Records and Universal Republic Records. Big Machine and Universal Republic first joined forces in 2007 to propel country Superstar Taylor Swift to Top 40 radio and beyond, with Taylor becoming the best-selling all-genre artist in 2008. Republic Nashville's artist roster includes Grammy-winning, multi-platinum superstar Martina McBride; Grammy-nominated, Platinum sensations The Band Perry; Eli Young Band and Sunny Sweeney.


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