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May 03, 2007
NEw LAST TRAIN HOME Video to Air on CMT's Top 20 Countdown!
NASHVILLE, TN MAY 3, 2007 - LAST TRAIN HOME'S debut video, set to the title track of the new record, "Last Good Kiss," will air on CMT's Top 20 Countdown this week.

You can catch it on: * Thursday May 17 (4-7 pm, ET & PT) * Friday May 18 (1-4 pm)

* Saturday May 19 (11 am - 2 pm)

Specific air times are not determined but the video will air within those 3 hours. So get your CMT on !

And if you can't catch LTH on CMT, here's a link to watch the new video -click HERE to watch it. You can also hear the songs from "Last Good Kiss" streaming on the jukebox on www.lasttrainhome.com

Last Train Home is touring hard the next few months, please check the TOUR page on the Last Train Home website for more information. LTH also just signed with European label Corazong, and will be headed across the Atlantic in October to tour. Stay tuned.

Drop LTH a note to mail@lasttrainhome.com ...come see LTH at a show... and be an LTH pal at www.myspace.com/lasttrainhome

Don't miss hearing this career-making CD! Let us know if you need a copy, and we'll get one to you, pronto. Then see if you don't agree with some of the things folks have said about Last Train Home. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

"The band has always had a rousing live show, as well as terrific, well-wrought songs courtesy of frontman Eric Brace. Now, on their new 'Last Good Kiss,' they've finally made a record that packs a sonic and emotional wallop that completes the package." -- Bill Friskics-Warren, The Tennessean

"Last Train Home delivers another solid and soul-shaking effort with 'Last Good Kiss.' Wonderful sound and lyrics -- a lovely addition to Americana airwaves." -- Lynn Crystal, WFDU radio

"A rushing express out of Nashville, where the disc was recorded, 'Last Good Kiss' reveals Brace's knack for conveying hair-trigger emotions with just a few choice words. It's also a stirring showcase for the band's new lineup, featuring guitarist Steve Wedemeyer and keyboardist Jen Gunderman, formerly of the Jayhawks." -- Mike Joyce, The Washington Post

"If there is a better vocalist working the scene at this time, I really don't know who it could be. His voice is colored in turns by passion, weariness, elation, and angst. Eric Brace is the real deal. 'Last Good Kiss' is a significant step forward in the evolution of a great band, and could very well be the best album of their career. This gets my highest recommendation." -- Hermon Joyner, Audio Audition magazine

" 'Last Good Kiss' is the most ambitious and adventurous of Last Train Home's career, with atmosphere playing as large a role as big roots-rock guitars. When everything connects -- mood, hooks, epic sweep -- on 'Kissing Booth' and the knockout title track, the effect is striking. Best of all is the centerpiece 'Go Now.' More country soul than country rock, its hushed delivery is a perfect fit for the early-morning setting and the heartache that's hatching." -- Rick Cornell, No Depression

"It's in the Graham Parker-esque elegance of 'Kissing Booth,' where the frisson of want and reckoning smoulder brightest, and in 'Go Now' that LTH's subtleties become capable of point blank stopping power. A thoroughly adult roots affair." -- Holly Gleason, The Yummy List

"It's hard to think of anyone who does blue with more sublime soulfulness than Brace and his cohorts in Last Train Home." -- Nick Cristiano, The Philadelphia Inquirer

"This is an excellent record, it really is!" -- Bob Harris, legendary British DJ, host of BB2's "BBC Country"

"The songwriting and vocals of band leader, Eric Brace, along with an equally talented band, make Last Train Home one of the stand-outs in today's Americana scene. When this Train rolls through Gruene Hall, everyone pays attention." -- Tracie Ferguson, Booking Agent - Gruene Hall, New Braunfels, TX.

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