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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Faith Hill sat down with Robin Roberts for her "In the Spotlight: All Access Nashville" special.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Faith Hill grew up in the appropriately named town of Star, Mississippi, and was encouraged to pursue music by her parents.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Faith Hill at age 14.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Hill on the set of her number one hit, "Mississippi Girl." She will debuted her newest single, "Come Home" on "In the Spotlight with Robin Roberts" on Nov. 8, 2011.
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  • Robin Roberts In The Spotlight 2011

    Robin Roberts and Keith Urban at his Nashville home.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Keith Urban is country's resident rocker, but as a child growing up in Australia, he started jamming with a ukulele at home.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    A young Keith Urban his mother, Marienne. "My mother and father play a huge role in my life, a really loving and supportive role in what I do," he told Robin Roberts.
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  • Robin Roberts In The Spotlight 2011

    Robin Roberts and Kenny Chesney at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. before the sold-out final stop of his 60 city, record-breaking 2011 tour.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Tennessee native Kenny Chesney at age 2.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Chesney grew up with a gospel singer mother, but didn't realize his passion for country music until college. He told Robin Roberts, "I was in college when I figured out that music was not just going to be a hobby. I knew that it was going to be a part of my life."
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Chesney told Robin Roberts he used to make enough money performing in college to eat at Taco Bell every day. Now, he's a megastar performer who sells out stadiums performing for millions of fans.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Lauren Alaina finished in second place on "American Idol" and just released her debut album, "Wildflower."
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    17-year-old Lauren Alaina as a baby.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Alaina told Robin Roberts she's always loved performing. "Since I was three years old, I've been a really big ham. I just love to be in front of crowds and sing."
    Courtesy Lauren Alaina
  • Robin Roberts In The Spotlight 2011

    Scotty McCreery at his high school chorus class.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Scotty McCreery grew up in North Carolina and rocketed to fame after winning "American Idol."
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    McCreery with his sister and mother. He is finishing his senior year in high school and just released his chart topping album, "Clear as Day.'
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles. She told Robin Roberts she would consider pursuing a solo album someday.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    Nettles, the lead singer of country music duo Sugarland, in elementary school. Her singing and writing career started early, she told Robin Roberts. "I was lucky that my mom was super supportive and dragged me around to every civic event and wedding and funeral that I sang at," she said.
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  • Country Stars Through the Years

    As a middle school majorette in her home town of Douglas, Georgia.
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