YOU CAN BE A PART OF TRACE ADKINS' NEXT ALBUM!

Trace Adkins is working on the next album to follow up his latest, "Chrome," and you can help.

Trace says he's always looking for good material and that potential songwriters need not be shy about sending him their material.

"I don't want writers or publishers to be scared to send me anything," says Trace in a newspaper interview. "Even if they've got something that they think doesn't sound like something I'd do, I want them to send it to me. Because I just might do it."

Trace says he receives thousands of demo tapes, sent to him through his management company and his record label, and after a "weeding out" process, about half of them actually get to Trace himself.

If you're interested, however, you better hurry. Trace says, "We're still listening to stuff, but the process for the next album began months ago. We're having meetings at the label about every other week."

For more information, log on to Trace's official website: www.TraceAdkins.com.

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