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This undated publicity photo provided by Big Machine Records shows the soundtrack album cover for "Nashville," season 1, volume 1, the music of Nashville. (AP Photo/Big Machine Records)

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This undated publicity photo provided by  Big Machine Records shows the soundtrack album cover for "Nashville," season 1, volume 1, the music of Nashville. (AP Photo/Big Machine Records)
This undated publicity photo provided by Big Machine Records shows the soundtrack album cover for "Nashville," season 1, volume 1, the music of Nashville. (AP Photo/Big Machine Records)
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