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KASEY, MY LONG DISTANCE DEDICATION IS "RUNNIN' WIDE OPEN!"
Published April 6, 1995
Columbia Records will celebrate NASCAR's "Runnin' Wide Open" album release at Nashville's Hard Rock Cafe on April 10 with a press conference attended by NASCAR stars. In conjunction, TNN's "Music City Tonight" will devote an entire evening to NASCAR and the album. The album, released April 4, will be sold at NASCAR races across the county, and is the first time ever NASCAR has lent its name to a recording project of this size. Some of the songs: Kyle Petty signing "Oh King Richard," a tribute to his father, and T. Graham Brown's "Dedicated NASCAR Fans." Petty's song is accompanied by video playing on TNN (Columbia).