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Season 4 Episode 44

December 1, 2007

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Aired Saturday 1:30 PM Dec 01, 2007 on CMT - Country Music Television
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December 1, 2007
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Brad Paisley's latest video, "Letter to Me," is a nostalgic walk down memory lane and the halls of his old high school. Katie Cook went to Glen Dale, W. Va. for the making of the music video. The town turned out for the show as Paisley brought in cameras and crew and hosted a reunion on his old stomping grounds. Billy Ray Cyrus has earned fans through his singing and acting, and his new television show combines a little of both. Billy Ray Cyrus: Home at Last takes you into the private life of Cyrus and his family as the cameras follow him from home to out on the road. Disney has movie fans Enchanted over their new animated hit. Along with stunning visuals and celebrity voices, the film features a song by country star Carrie Underwood. Find out more about "Ever, Ever After" and Underwood's participation in the soundtrack. Bucky Covington is on tour with Jason Michael Carroll and Cole Diggs and he's talking about it. See his tongue-in-cheek take on hitting the road with these country boys and why he thinks Diggs should hang up his drumsticks. The National Adoption Council is happy to have Rodney Atkins as a celebrity spokesperson, and he is happy to work for the cause. The country star was himself adopted and uses his personal experience to raise awareness for adoption. Join Atkins and his own son, Elijah, as he visits the White House to sing for the president and speak for the Council and find out why he thinks "love is thicker than blood." Also, Shooter Jennings' new CD and Eric Church's thought-provoking new video.moreless

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