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Carlene Carter records web only song

Monday, February 25, 2008 – Carlene Carter is recording a bonus track that will be available only on line in conjunction with her new CD "Stronger."

Yep Roc is offering the download to anyone who purchases a hard copy of Carter's first CD in 13 years. An authorization code will be inserted into the CD enabling buyers to go to the Yep Roc web site to download "When the Long Road Ends," a song penned by Paul Thorn and Billy Maddox.

The song will be available on street date.


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