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COUNTRY STARS TAKE NEW YORK

With the CMA Awards in New York for the first time ever this November, Chevy, the CMA and some of country music's biggest stars are celebrating with a unique 2006 calendar, which showcases iconic locations in each of NYC's five boroughs, as well as Chevy's latest cars and trucks. "Chevy-Year In Country Music," (shot by photographer Ron Strong) will be bound in subscriber and newsstand issues of Country Weekly and other magazines, beginning in October. It features Big & Rich, Montgomery Gentry, Sugarland, Phil Vassar, SHeDAISY and others. Chevy will also feature behind-the--cenes "making of" video of each artist later this year on chevy.com.

The featured pairings and locations include:

* Blue County/SSR/DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass), Brooklyn
* Big & Rich/HHR/23rd Street, Manhattan
* Billy Currington/Colorado Crew Cab Z71/Yankee Stadium Subway Station, Bronx
* Billy Dean/Silverado Half Ton Crew/Aqueduct Racetrack, Queens
* Cowboy Troy/Impala SS/Chinatown, Manhattan
* Erika Jo/Cobalt Coupe SS/Little Italy, Manhattan
* Montgomery Gentry/Silverado 2500HD Crew Cab/Battery Park, Manhattan
* Phil Vassar/Monte Carlo SS/Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park, Brooklyn
* Shannon Brown/Tahoe/Staten Island Ferry, Staten Island
* SHeDAISY/Equinox/NoLita, Manhattan

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