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Steel Magnolia slates release of CD

Tuesday, July 13, 2010 – Steel Magnolia will release their debut after having previously released an EP several months ago. The new collection includes the singles Keep On Lovin' You and Just by Being You (Halos and Wings) plus a cover of Keith Urban's Homespun Love.

The duo - Meghan Linsey and Joshua Scott Jones - helped write 7 of the 12 songs. They landed a record deal after winning CMT's Can You Duet competition in August 2009.

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