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Kathy Mattea - "Hello...My Name is Coal"

Kathy MatteaCheck out Kathy's latest video from the new Sugar Hill Records release "Calling Me Home". Songwriters Larry Cordle and Jenee Fleenor contributed the song, Builder Levy, James Minchin, and David McClister provided the iconic photos, and filmmaker Becky Fluke delivered the stunning visuals.

Kathy Mattea's Calling Me Home to be Released September 11th

Calling Me HomeNashville, TN -- Most artists take fewer and fewer risks as they get older, but Kathy Mattea is a striking exception. She didn’t play it safe while she charted mainstream country hits--16 of them reaching the top ten--and she’s not about to start now.

Kathy Mattea to Sugar Hill Records, Appalachian Album Coming

Kathy MatteaNashville, TN (April 5, 2012) – Kathy Mattea, the beloved Grammy-winning singer of such classics as "18 Wheels and A Dozen Roses" and "Where've You Been," has signed with Sugar Hill Records. The label has plans to release Calling Me Home, what Mattea describes as a love letter to her home state of West Virginia, later this year. alt=

Thinking Bee and Kathy Mattea Join Forces for Cancer Screening PSAs

Kathy MatteaNashville, TN -- Nashville-based Thinking Bee Productions in conjunction with Mountains of Hope (West Virginia's Comprehensive Cancer Coalition), has produced a series of Public Service Announcements featuring Country and Bluegrass Music star Kathy Mattea. The PSAs were created to raise awareness of the importance of Colorectal Cancer Screenings. Although death from colorectal cancer is highly preventable, it remains the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. The incidence for colorectal cancer (1993-2003, per 100,000 population) for men and women in West Virginia was 70.9 and 51.9, respectively. For these reasons, colorectal cancer is one of the Coalition's top priority areas.

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