June 2004
Mix;Jun2004, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p148
Reports on music developments in the U.S. Announcement of the recording of the final episode of the TV program "Curb Your Enthusiasm;" Song produced or made by country singer Deanna Kaye that will be part of a general Motors credit card compilation CD; Launch of the compilation of songs featuring Sarah Brightman, Yo-Yo Ma, Bobby McFerrin and Charlotte Church.


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