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"Nashville" drops a surprise

Friday, November 20, 2015 – For the second time this month, a surprise CD is out. Two weeks ago, Eric Church was out with "Mr. Misunderstood." Now, a sister duo, who appear on the "Nashville" TV show are out with their debut.

"The Nashville Cast Featuring Lennon & Maisy Stella as Maddie & Daphne Conrad" was released digitally by Big Machine Records today. The Stellas appear as the Conrads in the TV show and are Connie Britton's daughters in the show.

Songs on the CD are:
1. "Joy Parade" (featuring Lennon & Maisy Stella) Written by Jill Andrews, Josh Leo
2. "Heart On Fire" (featuring Lennon & Maisy Stella) Written by Sarah Buxton, Blair Daly, Kate York
3. "Ho Hey" (featuring Lennon & Maisy Stella) * Written by Jeremy Fraites, Wesley Schultz
4. "Rockin' & Rollin'" (featuring Lennon & Maisy Stella) Written by Sean McConnell, Levi Hummon
5. "Telescope" (featuring Lennon & Maisy Stella) ** Written by Cary Barlowe, Hillary Lindsay
6. "We Got A Love" (featuring Lennon & Maisy Stella) Written by Jill Andrews, Lori McKenna
7. "Beyond The Sun" (featuring Lennon Stella) Written by Claire Guerreso, Aaron Espe
8. "Share With You" (featuring Lennon & Maisy Stella) Written by Garrison Starr
9. "I've Got You (and You've Got Me)" (featuring Lennon & Maisy Stella) Written by Jacob Davis, Shelley Skidmore, Bob Moffatt, Clint Moffatt
10. "Have A Little Faith In Me" (featuring Maisy Stella & Will Chase) Written by John Hiatt
11. "A Life That's Good" (featuring Lennon & Maisy Stella) Written by Sarah Siskind, Ashley Monroe

* Produced by T Bone Burnett and Gabriel Witcher
** Produced by T Bone Burnett and Buddy Miller

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