Deana Duets

Deana Carter is set to release a new album, The Chain, featuring several star duets, on Oct. 9, reports cmt.com.

Deana, who hit the top with “Strawberry Wine,” “We Danced Anyway” and “How Do I Get There,” plans to perform some of country’s best-loved classics with famous duet partners. Selections include “I’m Not Lisa” with Jessi Colter, “On the Road Again” with Willie Nelson, and “Love Is Like a Butterfly” with Dolly Parton. Plus, Deana will sing solo renditions of “Lay Lady Lay,” “The Weight” and others. Deana’s father, Fred Carter Jr., performs throughout the album.

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