ARTISTS "SHARE" THEIR TALENT FOR CD

On August 26, be on the lookout for a new CD featuring many of country's favorite artists.

The CD is called "Songs of Hope, Awareness and Recovery for Everyone (SHARE)," and the release coincides with National Recovery Month, which starts in September.

The CD will have a collection of songs dealing with addiction in some way, shape or form, in the categories of "what it was like," "what happened" and "what it's like now."

Most of the songs are reissues of artists' previous songs, like George Jones' "Choices," "I'm Trying" by Diamond Rio and Chely Wright and Travis Tritt's "No More Looking Over My Shoulder."

There is one song, however, made expressly for the album. Called "When Love Rules the World," it's the signature song of SHARE, scheduled to be released on August 4, and features around 20 country stars, including Rhett Akins, Sherrie Austin, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Collin Raye, Hal Ketchum, Martina McBride and more.

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