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"KISS YOU ALL OVER" ON NEW TRACE ADKINS PROJECT

"KISS YOU ALL OVER" ON NEW TRACE ADKINS PROJECT And New Band Biography On The Shelves NASHVILLE -- May 22, 2013 -- Trace Adkins enthusiasts will have one more reason to cherish his new Love Will album when they hear him chime in with the band Exile on the group’s 1978 classic, Kiss You All Over. There’s more lyrical testosterone in this 5-minute seduction smoothie than can be absorbed in a single listening. Adkins is such an Exile fan that he’s also included in Love Will the song “Come See Me,” which Exilers J. P. Pennington and Sonny Lemaire co-wrote with Kenny Beard. Also new on the shelves is a band biography -- Life In Exile: A Journey Home. Penned by Eve Nicole Lemaire (daughter of Sonny Lemaire), the book covers the band's 50 years from an insider's perspective, and includes interviews with founding, past and current members of the band. Now celebrating its 50th year of performing, Exile was recently inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame.

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