TRACY GETS BY WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM HIS FRIENDS

Years ago, three aspiring guys came to Nashville, became buddies and dreamed the same dream-country stardom. And though they all traveled very different paths, they all became stars. Now Tracy Lawrence-who's working on his new album, slated to be released this summer-has asked his old friends, Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney, to sing on the record. The song is appropriately called "You Find Out Who Your Friends Are" and was recorded two weeks ago. "We've talked about doing something for a long time," Tracy told Westwood One, "and this just seemed like the perfect song. We just got all caught up with each other. We've all gone in so many different directions over the years."

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