Clark, Rick
July 2006
Mix;Jul2006, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p124
The article features the talent search television program "Nashville Star" from USA Network. The show zeroes in on mainstream country music. It is performed live to air every Tuesday night. The program features 10 contestants chosen from around 20,000 people who auditioned nationwide. Like the show "American Idol," it includes judges but viewer votes case by phone and the Internet ultimately decide the winner.


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