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Judd judges on Can You Duet?

Wednesday, February 25, 2009 – Naomi Judd will return as a judge for CMT's Can You Duet. The Grammy winner will also mentor aspiring duos in the reality music show. Open auditions for the show will be held at Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville on March 7, and the first episode will premiere in early June.

Other judges on the show are hit songwriter Aimee Mayo and vocal coach Brett Manning.

Last year's show gave publicity to Joey + Rory, who released their debut on Sugar Hill in the fall. The winners of the event, Caitlin & Will, have a single out now through SonyBMG.

Details about the competition are at www.canyouduet.com.

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