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  • Jamie Foxx on GMA

    Jamie Foxx rocked "Good Morning America" Wednesday morning, belting out hits from his new album "Intuition" which came out Dec. 16 . "Intuition" is Foxx's third album and a follow up to "Unpredictable" which went double-platinum after its release in 2005.
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  • Jamie Foxx on GMA

    On the new album, Foxx collaborates with superstar artists including T.I., Kanye West, Ne-Yo, Timbaland and Floetry's Marsha Ambroisius. Foxx said on "Good Morning America" that he wanted to give fans a little financial break with this album and has made it available in "most places" for $9.99. "I'm your black Santa Claus," Foxx joked.
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  • GMA Fall Concert Series david cook

    "American Idol" winner David Cook wowed viewers during the show's seventh season with his rock-'n'-roll sound and his skills on the guitar. Two weeks after winning "American Idol," 11 of Cook's songs entered the Billboard Hot 100, putting him in close company with record breakers like the Beatles. With hits like "The Time of My Life" and "Light On," Cook nabbed a Teen Choice Award for Male Reality/Variety Star. His eponymous album will be released Nov . 18.
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  • GMA Fall Concert Series david cook

    The rocker won over "Idol" judges and fans with his rock- n'-roll covers of pop hits like Lionel Richie's "Hello" and Mariah Carey's "Always Be My Baby." For his most recent album, Cook went for an "eclectic rock" sound with "rhythmic songs, heavier tracks and sparse instrumentation."
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  • GMA Fall Concert Series david cook

    Cook, who credits much of his success to his supportive fans, believes "the power of treating someone like a human being goes a lot further than a pamphlet or a flier." Whether it's a live performance or a CD-signing, Cook is all about connecting with his fans. "For me, it's just about taking the time," says the " Idol " winner.
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  • Alicia Keys

    It's been seven years since listeners first found themselves "Fallin'" in love with Alicia Keys. Eleven Grammys and 30 million sold records later, the singer once again has found massive success with her disc, "As I Am." In addition to her gigantic musical career, the New York native's acting career is flourishing. Her latest role is in the highly anticipated "The Secret Life of Bees," where she co-stars with Queen Latifah, Jennifer Hudson and Dakota Fanning.
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  • Alicia Keys

    During the election season Keys was passionate and vocal about Barack Obama. The singer said she urged voters to elect Obama president.
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  • Alicia Keys

    Aside from her work as a singer and actress, Keys co-founded the Keep a Child Alive Foundation, which helps millions of people who suffer from HIV/AIDS in Africa. Each year, the foundation hosts a large fundraiser and this year's performers will include heavyweights like Justin Timberlake, Chris Daughtry, and Keys herself.
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  • GMA Fall Concerts

    Country siren Taylor Swift has sold millions of albums and hopes to continue her success with her second album, "Fearless," which arrives in stores Nov. 11. Rolling Stone magazine has already given the album four stars. Swift, 18, dropped by "GMA" to rock its Fall Concert stage by performing her single "Love Story."
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  • GMA Fall Concerts

    The Country Music Association has nominated Swift as this year's best female vocalist. The winner will perform during the awards show.
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  • GMA Fall Concerts

    Swift moved to Nashville when she was 14 and has since banked more than 4 million downloads, capturing four of the Top 5 country songs on iTunes. Cosmo Girl also tapped her for its Girl of the Year honor.
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    Swift was "Fearless" about displaying her songwriting capabilities on her new album. She wrote or co-wrote all 13 of its tracks, penning eight solo.
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  • jessica simpson

    Simpson's new album, "Do You Know," is her first foray into country music and has garnered positive reviews. The singer joked on "GMA," "That's a first. I'm never critically acclaimed I guess."
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  • Jessica Simpson

    Simpson said the new album is a return to her Texas roots. "I'm not what everybody thinks that I am," she said in a press statement. "Believe it or not, I'm a simple country girl. I might buy expensive shoes, but, I'm definitely a simple country girl and this album will hopefully give people a sense of who Jessica is again."
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  • jessica simpson

    The singer is now dating a Texas boy – Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. Simpson even dedicated a song titled "You're My Sunday" to her football honey. "Any man that is going to date me has to put up with a lot," Simpson told People magazine.
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  • jessica simpson

    The 28-year-old Simpson married former 98 Degrees band member Nick Lachey in October 2002. Much of their relationship was chronicled on the MTV reality series "Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica," where Simpson cultivated an image as a blond ditz. The couple divorced after three years of marriage.
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  • Brad Paisley

    Country music megastar Brad Paisley departs from his previous recordings as he embraces the guitar and a more instrumental feel on his new album, "Play." The singer collaborated with Keith Urban, Vince Gill and B.B. King on the record.
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  • Brad Paisley

    Paisley recently wrapped up a tour with pop-turned-country songstress Jewel.
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  • Brad Paisley

    The 35-year-old Paisley received an entertainer of the year nod from the CMAs in September.
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    "Dreamgirl" Jennifer Hudson swung by the set of "GMA" on Sept. 29, 2008, to perform her hit-single "Spot Light" off her self-titled debut album. The Oscar-winner got her start on "American Idol," but it was her role in "Dreamgirls" that nabbed her a best supporting actress Oscar and propelled her into superstardom. Since then, the singer/actress has appeared in the "Sex and the City" movie and "The Secret Life of Bees." Her debut album, "Jennifer Hudson," has risen to No. 2 on the Billboard charts.
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  • Fall Concerts

    Grammy-award winning singer, musician and composer Robin Thicke performed his upbeat single "Magic," from his third solo album, "Something Else," on the GMA Fall Concert stage. Thicke also sang his breakout hit "Lost Without You," off his sophomore album, "The Evolution of Robin Thicke." A die-hard fan of live music, Thicke has toured with R&B giants Beyonce Knowles and Mary J. Blige.
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    k.d. lang hit the GMA Fall Concert stage while on tour for her first album in eight years, "Watershed." The singer performed her new hit "Pay, Dirt" which she refers to as "a tip of the hat to the hard times," and "Coming Home," another single off the album. Lang catapulted to success after recording "Crying," a duet with Roy Orbison, earning the duo a Grammy award for best country collaboration with vocals in 1989. Since then, lang has been at the top of the country music charts and the recipient of four Grammy awards.
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