FAITH & KENNY DUKE IT OUT ON TURKEY DAY

This Thanksgiving, two major networks will be thankful for country music. That's because Faith Hill and Kenny Chesney will both have holiday specials. According to Billboard.com, Faith's prime-time program will hit the airwaves on NBC Nov. 23, the night before the Thanksgiving Day holiday. Also on TV that night is Kenny, who's broadcasting a similar special on ABC. Faith's special will promote her new album, Fireflies, which is due in stores Aug. 2. Don't miss the show, because it may be your only chance to catch Faith on stage this year-she says she has no plans to tour in 2005. This is Faith's third Thanksgiving TV special. Her first one was titled "Faith" and aired in 2000 on CBS. Then, in 2002, Faith's "When the Lights Go Down" special aired the night before Thanksgiving.

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