McBride, Train DVD Crossroads DVD out today
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
– For only the second time in the series' history, CMT released a DVD on CMT Crossroads with "CMT Crossroads: Train and Martina McBride" to DVD, arriving in Target stores nationwide today.
The DVD features seven performances from Train and McBride, including their collaborations on such hits as Train's Hey, Soul Sister, Marry Me and Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me), along with McBride's A Broken Wing and Wrong Baby Wrong.
The DVD also includes extended interviews with the artists and two never-before-seen performances on the DVD partnered with Big Machine Label Group's Republic Nashville. The show was taped before a live audience in Nashville last year, and debuted on CMT in November. In 2009, CMT released "CMT Crossroads: Taylor Swift and Def Leppard" on DVD with Big Machine Records.
The DVD includes:
1. Wrong Baby Wrong
2. Hey, Soul Sister
3. A Broken Wing
4. Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)
5. Marry Me
6. Whatever You Say
7. Stay With Me
Exclusive bonus performances:
1. For These Times
2. Calling All Angels
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