By Jimi Heath

If the name Jamie Reno sounds familiar, it should. You've probably read his work in Newsweek, or the New York Times, Sports Illustrated or Rolling Stone. One of the nation's most respected and honored journalists, Reno is also an acclaimed singer-songwriter and musician.

His newest CD, appropriately titled, "All American Music", is an inspiration from Reno's own battle with cancer over the past seven years. "All American Music" features all-new material from Reno, who is now in remission from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, and showcases appearances from many of Reno's musical heroes, including Charlie Daniels, Ricky Skaggs, Dickey Betts, Randy Meisner, Charley Pride, Suzy Bogguss, Jeff "Skunk" Baxter, Jerry Donahue and more.

Reno is dedicating a portion of the albums proceeds to the Lance Armstrong Foundation for cancer research. Reno, like Armstrong, offers positive example of a well-known national figure that's courageously battled a deadly disease and turned the experience into something that inspires and entertains.

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