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Martina McBride's Song Supports Anti Violence

April 5, 2007 (3:10 am) GMT
Martina McBride's first single "Anyway" is made to support a video trailer about anti violence.

's single "Anyway" will be heard quite often lately. Apart from being the first single released from the album "", "Anyway" is also the single that will anchor a video trailer about anti violence.

"It's always great when your music not only entertains but makes a difference in others lives. Lifetime Television also does that with their programming. It's a good fit for me," McBride said in an interview with Billboard.com. Some scenes from her "Anyway" video will be featured along with photo stills from photographer Nobuko Oyabu and scenes from Lifetime Television's movie "A Life Inspired".

The movie starring Lea Thompson will premiere April 23 at 9 pm. At the end of the movie, the video trailer will be shown and featured in an online e-card that encourages people to support.

"Wake Up Laughing" is McBride's ninth album which is solo produced. She co-wrote the single "Anyway" with Brad and Brett Warren where provided the guitar sound. This single will be performed when she appeared on April 18th episode of American Idol.

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