A Very Special Chiristmas Volume 7 To Benefit Special Olympics

ronald weintraubContributor INovember 24, 2009

A very special chirtsmas volume 7  has been release  at all wamart stores and bestbuy stores this week  it feature all star of young talent will benefit special olympics  the torch has been passed to a new generation of superstars talent for very special olympics volume 7 as colbie caillat,carter twins ,charice miley cyrus , kirstina debrage , gloriana , vanessa hudgenes , sean kington , leighton messter , mitchel musso , kellie pickler , ashley tisdale and carrie undewood contribute to the lastest edition of the acclamed album series which benefits special olympics a very christmas volume 7 set to be release on nov 23 as of yesterday throught the universtal music enterprise , features original recordings of new and traditonal chirtsmas songs which each artist selected especially for this album .  in making this announcement timothy shriver chairman and ceo of special olympics said this is a fantastic chirtsmas record created by and for a new generaton that wants to make world better place .the songs on a very christmas volume 7 have the freshness and energy of the talented artists who recorded them.  though the spirit of the musical performances . these young recording stars bring the same passion and dedication to special olympics that our althletes display every day of the lives .  very special chiristmas volume 7 on special olympics.org very special chiristmas 7

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