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Nashvilles Starstruck Hosts SessionsAOL

Nashville (September 20, 2004)--AOL Music once again visited Starstruck Studios to shoot performances and interviews, this time with Arista recording artist Alan Jackson and RCA's Catherine Britt. This was AOL's third visit to the Nashville studio, where they have previously recorded performances by Kenny Chesney, Lee Ann Womack, Jamie O'Neal and Rebecca Lynn Howard. The "Sessions@AOL" videos can be viewed at www.aolmusic.com.
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Nashville (September 20, 2004)--AOL Music once again visited Starstruck Studios to shoot performances and interviews, this time with Arista recording artist Alan Jackson and RCA's Catherine Britt. This was AOL's third visit to the Nashville studio, where they have previously recorded performances by Kenny Chesney, Lee Ann Womack, Jamie O'Neal and Rebecca Lynn Howard. The "Sessions@AOL" videos can be viewed at www.aolmusic.com.

Other recent guests at Starstruck include Hillary Duff, who did three vocal sessions with producers Shaun Shankel and Julian Bunetta in Nashville, and producer John Shanks in LA listening via ISDN. Dave Dillbeck engineered, assisted by Starstruck's Chris Ashburn. Justin Niebank was in mixing Keith Urban's new release Be Here, and Marty Williams and Mark Bright produced tracks and vocals for the upcoming Rascal Flatts release Feels Like Today. The studio also hosted country legend George Jones, who tracked his next album with producer Keith Stegall and engineer John Kelton.

The Starstruck broadcast studio has been busy as well, conducting radio tours for Reba McEntire, Terri Clark, Rascal Flatts, and The Notorious Cherry Bombs.

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www.starstruckstudios.com