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    Artist Gretchen Wilson, who took the country music world by storm in 2004, opened up her 5,000-square-foot farm near Nashville, Tenn., to CMT's cameras. Wilson, 37, showed off her five-bedroom house, horse barn, bar, and the cozy "writing area" where she works on her music. On the mantle above the fireplace, Wilson pointed out an abstract painting that a fellow MuzikMafia member made of her singing onstage during a concert.
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    Wilson let fans take a peek inside her custom-built, soundproof recording studio. "It can be so quiet in here that even your breath, it shows up," she says.
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    Even a multi-platinum country artist like Naomi Judd can have skeletons in the closet. This one is named Mortimer and hangs in Judd's 8,000-square foot home near Nashville, Tenn.
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    Naomi Judd calls her bedroom her "sanctuary." She has a front-loading washer and dryer in her dressing area. "It is possible to have a passionate love affair with a major appliance," she says.
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    Eric Church, on a roll ever since his debut album "Sinners Like Me" three years ago, shows the world where he cleans up. This elaborate bathroom, with a walk-through shower, is one of the 3.5 bathrooms in his four-bedroom home near Nashville.
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    Eric Church shows off a portrait of his dog, Quincy Jones, hung just outside the master bedroom of the 4,000 square foot home he shares with his wife, music publisher Katherine Blasingame. Church jokes about the tiny pooch, "We can't put her down cause she'll chew people's legs off. She's a vicious beast."
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    Country singer-songwriter Kenny Rogers and his wife, Wanda, opened the doors to their grand Georgia home. In the master bedroom, the Rogers' bed sits in an ornate silver frame with carvings. It has a small step built into the side. "That's so I can get a running jump," Rogers says. "It's a very high bed."
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    This is just one of six bedrooms in Kenny Rogers' 7,000 square-foot home near Atlanta. The house also boasts an elevator, theater room, gym, tanning bed, and pool.
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    At the end of the day, country music star John Rich likes to have a beer or two in the bar at the "Plowboy Mansion." The lounge area includes a "full-blown honky-tonk jamming space" with a drum set and everything else necessary to sit down with friends and make a little music.
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    John Rich enjoys all the amenities in the six-bedroom, 13-bath home, including an indoor swimming pool, an indoor shooting range and marble bathtubs he says are as big as the trailer home he grew up in as a boy in West Texas. The 27,000-square-foot mansion was originally built by country music legend Barbara Mandrell.
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