Sara Evans heads to Big Apple to promote new CD
Tuesday, October 9, 2007
– Sara Evans released "Greatest Hits" album today, her first album of her hits. Evans is heading to New York City this evening for performances this week on Good Morning America, Hannity & Colmes and The View.
On Wednesday, Evans will perform on Good Morning America's Fall Concert Series. Evans will perform her new single and Top 20 hit "As If" as well as her multi-week number 1 "A Real Fine Place To Start."
At night, Evans will stop by Hannity & Colmes for her second performance of the day.
To close out the week, Evans will swing by The View on Friday for one last performance before heading back to Nashville.
"Greatest Hits" features four new songs, "As If," "Love You with All My Heart," "Pray for You" and "Some Things Never Change," all co-penned by Evans. Also featured on the album are three top five singles and four number one songs, including "No Place That Far," "Born to Fly," "Suds in the Bucket," "A Real Fine Place to Start," and "I Could Not Ask for More."
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