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Tara Lyn Hart (country, gospel)

Tara Lyn Hart, born April 11, 1978 in Roblin, Manitoba is a country music singer/songwriter. When she turned 17, Hart entered and won a contest through which she was able to record two demos to be distributed to Canadian country radio. Hart worked with Danny Schur, who was Chantal Kreviazuk's manager at the time. Hart's self-titled debut album was released on October 5, 1999. The lead single, "Stuff That Matters," soared up the Canadian country singles chart, eventually peaking at an impressive No. 6. At the 2000 Juno Awards, Hart was nominated for Best Country Female Artist, and the all-genre Best New Solo Artist.

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Tara Lyn Hart - 1999


"Stuff That Matters" – 3:28                                 "One Heart" – 3:38

"Save Me" – 2:54                                               "What He Used to Do" – 3:34

"Mine All Mine" – 3:22                                        "You Can Get There from Here" – 3:25

"That's When You Came Along" – 4:06              "Hearts and Arrows" – 4:07

"You Again" – 3:56                                              "Baby, What About You" – 3:15

"A Rose Is a Rose" – 4:03                                   "Love Ought to Work That Way" – 3:03

"Greatest Story" – 3:34                                       "I Will Be Loving You" – 3:31


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