Aired On: Jul 10, 2014
Melanie Dunea discusses her book, My Country: 50 Musicians on God, America & the Songs They Love, and its unique glimpse inside the diverse world of country music’s biggest stars.
Melanie Dunea travels the world on assignment, photographing powerful and influential people in the public eye. Her photographs are regularly published in magazines such as Vanity Fair, TIME and People. Her work has been exhibited internationally and she is the recipient of awards and accolades for her photography and charitable contributions in the...
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