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Whitney Duncan goes digital

Monday, February 22, 2010 – Whitney Duncan will finally release her debut album, "Right Road Now," exclusively via www.whitneyduncan.com and iTunes on April 20 as a digital only release.

Duncan has been on the schedule for more than a year with a singles and an EP released, but she has never had a proper CD release. Mark Bright and John Shanks produced the CD.

Until Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. eastern, a poll will be posted on her site to give fans an opportunity to select one of three songs they feel should be featured on the new album.

In her late teens, Kenny Rogers asked Duncan to duet on My World Is Over, which she wrote. She also penned songs for LeAnn Rimes, Crystal Shawanda and Lee Ann Womack. Duncan co-wrote every single song on "Right Road Now."


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CD review - Right Road Now It was a long road for this album to come out, with the first single issued almost two years ago. That song, When I Said I Would, is here, as is the second single, the naughty-but-nifty tune Skinny Dipping. Given the extended gestation of these tunes it may come as a surprise that the majority of the disc sounds fresh and current; or it may be an indictment of the stagnant mainstream country scene that three-year-old songs sound like they were cut this week. It's on the more understated ...


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