Exclusive Recap: 20 Questions with Jo Dee Messina

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The night of the 49th Annual CMA Awards was especially unique for NashvilleGab. While we partnered with our friends at AT&T U-verse Country Deep TV on the Women In Country initiative, we also spent the evening with one of our favorite female artists — Jo Dee Messina.

We interactively watched this year’s award show with country music fans, our followers, Jo Dee, and her fans, bringing an exclusive Q&A event to Twitter called “20 Questions with Jo Dee Messina”. Though several weeks have passed since the exclusive social media-based interview, the effects of the great time we had linger on, and some of you have asked that we recap the questions and answers in case you missed anything.

Therefore, for this Female Focus Friday, we bring you an exclusive Flashback to our NashvilleGab Twitter chat with the talented, hilarious, and personable Jo Dee Messina. Check out our questions and JDM’s answers below and click here to pre-order a copy of her forthcoming EP, Masquerade, today.

***All pre-ordered copies will be autographed!***

Thank you again to Jo Dee for making our CMA Awards night so special! We had a blast and cannot wait until our next collaborative project with you!

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