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Some are classic, some are extremely rare, a few now retired but the songs are from anywhere and everywhere he has been.

Enter to Win An Autographed Copy of Kenny Chesney’s Live Those Songs Again

To celebrate Live Those Songs Again, Kenny Chesney's live concert album's exclusive online preorder, BlogCritics.org, Musictoday, and BNA Records are offering one lucky Free Stuff participant the opportunity to win an autographed copy of the CD.

Live Those Songs Again features 14 songs. Some are classic, some are extremely rare, a few are now retired but they are from anywhere and everywhere he and his band have been. Chesney believes songs are audible time stamps of our lives, and shares the moments that have defined his summers – and so many others’ – for the past 5 years through this album.

Speaking of the fans and the making of this album, Chesney said, "In a lot of ways, the fans are as much a part of the shows as the band. They take everything to a whole other level."

Kenny Chesney is the current reigning Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year, an honor he's now held twice. He's also graced the cover of Billboard Magazine and Rolling Stone, as well as having numerous chart topping singles and albums.

Live Those Songs Again is now available for purchase through an exclusive online preorder opportunity – click on the image to the left to check it out!

To enter the contest for a signed copy of Live Those Songs Again, send an email including your full name, mailing address, phone number, and email address with the subject line Live Those Songs Again to bcgiveaway@gmail.com. All entries must be received by Friday, September 15, 2006. Winners will be notified via the comments section below and by email the following week.

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