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Evans goes acoustic with "All the Love You Left Me"

Friday, October 19, 2018 – Sara Evans is going the acoustic route in a video of "All The Love You Left Me."

Following her headlining run on CMT's Next Women of Country Tour earlier this year, Evans visited CMT's 330 Studios in Nashville to film a live performance music video with her band, including siblings Matt Evans and Lesley Evans Lyons and son, Avery. The clip debuts Oct. 22 as part of digital music series "CMT Next Women of Country Live 2018 at CMT.com.

Originally released on her recent album "Words," the song was written by Ben West, Hillary Lindsey and Gordie Sampson.

Next month, Evans will return for another holiday season of her At Christmas Tour, kicking off Nov. 24 in Cincinnati, Ohio.


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