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About The Music

The film's music although peppered with staples from the ‘70s, ‘80s and early ‘90s is replete with contemporary tunes as well. Multi-award winning singer/songwriter Diane Warren wrote four original songs for the film: "But I Do Love You," "Right Kind of Wrong," "Please Remember" and "Can't Fight the Moonlight."

Warren first worked with producer Jerry Bruckheimer on "Con Air" and wrote, "How Do I Live?" for the film. Not only did it shoot to number one for singer Trisha Yearwood, it also earned Grammy nominations for Yearwood as an artist, for Song of the Year and Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture, as well as an Oscar® nomination for Best Original Song. "How Do I Live" was recorded by LeAnn Rimes and went triple platinum. The song also carries the distinction of being the longest running song in the history of Billboard's Hot 100 Chart. Warren also wrote the award-winning title song "Don't Want to Miss a Thing," sung by Aerosmith for "Armageddon." This number one song also hit the top of the country charts for recording artist Mark Chestnutt.

Three new bands are also featured in the film – Chalk Farm, Unwritten Law and Next Door.

Music is always an important element in producer Bruckheimer's films. "It's something that embellishes the story," he says. "And in this film it enriches our understanding of the main character. The songs tell the audience about her trials and tribulations – about the hopes and dreams of many young people, about heartache and newfound love and about failure and success.

"This film, like many of the others we've made, is about personal relationships," the producer says. "The theme in all of our movies revolves around people on a journey to achieve a goal. ‘Coyote Ugly' is ultimately about Violet's will to succeed and her emotional triumph."


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