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Sheryl Crow Recorded a Song for USA Olympic Team

July 08, 2008 04:36:41 GMT

The rock chick has been tapped as one the artists that will be featured on the soundtrack album dedicated to support the U.S. athletes in Beijing.


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Some famous musicians including the likes of Sheryl Crow, is being tapped to give a special support and inspiration for the U.S.A. Olympic team. The singer alongside other famous names, such as 3 Doors Down, Nelly and Colbie Caillat become the musicians that have just recorded exclusive songs for a soundtrack album made to motivate USA athletes at the upcoming Beijing Olympic, which will start on August 8.

The soundtrack album is being titled AT&T Team USA Soundtrack, taking the famous telecommunication company name that also acts as the official sponsor. Not only being specially recorded to support the Olympic team, but all the benefit received from the album's sale will be given to the team.

Commenting on her involvements in the soundtrack album, Sheryl said in a statement the she is honored to be picked as one of the musicians to sing on the record. "It's my job as an artist to encourage others through music, and I'm honored to work to support Team USA through this soundtrack," she said.

One of the athletes that will be involved at the Olympic, swimmer Michael Phelps also expressed his gratitude to the musicians that have recorded special tracks for them and believed that the album will motivate the U.S. athletes in Beijing. "I know this soundtrack is something we will all be able to enjoy while we're in Beijing and will help motivate us to compete at our very best," Michael said.

© AceShowbiz.com




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