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Interview with Tara Lyn Hart

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Tara Lyn Hart's self-titled debut Country album was released on October 5, 1999. The lead single, "Stuff That Matters," soared up the Canadian country singles chart. At the 2000 Juno Awards, she was nominated for Best Country Female Artist, and the all-genre Best New Solo Artist. In April 2000, she was invited to perform on the Grand Ole Opry. When the nominations were announced for the 2000 Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Awards, she received six nominations. Tara Lyn won the FACTOR Rising Star Award at the September 11, 2000 ceremony. She also picked up a nomination for Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2001 CCMA Awards, competing against Lisa Brokop, Terri Clark, Carolyn Dawn Johnson and Michelle Wright. She capped off 2001 with a SOCAN award for "Save Me," a song she co-wrote with Hal Draper and David Quilico. Her other hits include "I Will Be Loving You" and "What He Used To Do". Tara Lyn joins me on the show to discuss her music career and her brand new (and first-ever) Christmas album.

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