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Country music superstar Martina McBride stopped by this morning's TODAY to chat about and perform songs from her new album "Everlasting," as part of the Toyota Concert Series. Check out the appearance below!
"It was about seven months of looking for songs," she told TODAY's Savannah Guthrie about the process of selecting her favorites. "Just going through the treasure trove of so many great songs. And it just came down to, you know, just what I felt and songs that fit my voice."
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