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Rising country music singer Kylie Rae Harris dies at 30

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Rising country music singer Kylie Rae Harris dies at 30Kylie Rae Harris, a North Texas single mother and country music star on the rise, has died in a car accident near Taos, New Mexico. She was 30. CBS Dallas reports.
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