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Country music has never been a matter of recording the same old 'cookie cutter' kinds of songs you hear so frequently on pop radio. Country music has always come from the heart of the singer giving his/her all to make the song work. Mark Chesnutt began his career as a singer looking to steer clear of the mishmash of contemporary music in order to successfully promote country music the way it always has been; without the glitz and glitter from pop. His first CD in 1990, Too Cold At Home , showed many people that this country boy from East Texas meant business when it came to his music. Mark's latest CD, Thank God For Believers , is a great example of how a talented artist can put you in the middle of the emotion that is propelling a song. The title cut from the CD is a good example of how Mark takes you into the center of a romance spinning off into what could be tragedy. But the enduring love of a girlfriend keeps holding the couple together.