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Carrie Hassler’s Behind The Dream Show Now on BlueHighways TV

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 The DistanceNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce the new episode of Behind The Dream™ with featured artist Carrie Hassler is airing this month on BlueHighways TV. Host Mike Scott interviews Carrie regarding her new album, The Distance. This TV special also includes live performance video from Carrie’s recent CD Release Concert held in Pikeville, Tennessee.

During the Behind The Dream™ special, Carrie discusses the tracks that make up the album written by some of today’s top songwriters including: Carl Jackson, Tim Stafford, Steve Gulley, Mark Wheeler, Jennifer Strickland, Bobby K. Boyd and Ashley McBryde. Tracks include: “Luxury Liner,” “All I Have To Do Is Breathe,” “Catch My Breath,” “Keep Your Memory Warm,” “Eugene & Diane,” “Give Me Love,” “Get Me Over You,” and “The Distance.”

“Great musicianship, great songs and a great voice make this album one to hear” is how Power Source Magazine describes The Distance. The album includes the award-winning talents of: Tim Stafford (guitar); Ron Stewart (banjo); Justin Moses (fiddle); Alan Bibey (mandolin); Mark Fain (bass); Mark Laws (Percussion); Dale Ann Bradley (harmony vocals), and the album’s producer Steve Gulley (harmony vocals).

The Distance includes a wide range of musical styles that represent Carrie's incredible vocal talent and diversity as she performs heart and soul love songs, beautiful ballads, Patsy Cline Country, Country Inspirational, to hard drivin' Bluegrass hand-picked by Carrie herself.

Carrie can also be seen on the upcoming Bluegrass Comes to the Valley TV Special. The show is a part of Reno’s Old Time Music Festival and scheduled to air in September on RFD-TV.

For a complete programming schedule, please visit http://BlueHighwaysTV.com and for more information on Carrie Hassler please visit http://CarrieHassler.com/ and http://RuralRhythm.com/

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