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Cd Usa

Starring Becky Baeling
John Wynn
Jonathan Redford
Country of origin  United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Conor McAnally
Producer(s) Nikki Varhely
D. Renard Young
Mike Yurchuk
Stephanie Sacco
Neil Mahoney
Running time 60 minutes
Original channel The 101
Picture format HDTV
Original release 2006

CD USA, which debuted in 2006, is an American music television show airing exclusively on DirecTV's" The 101" network in the United States. The show is an American version of CD:UK, a similarly themed music show on ITV in the UK. Its hosts are John (Nguyen) Wynn, Becky Baeling, and formerly, Jonathan Redford. Malikha Mallette also does occasional New York City interviews. CD USA is similar to American Bandstand in many ways.

The show is also currently broadcast in Southeast Asia, on the Channel V music network.


On December 31, 2006, CD USA presented its first live special, a 4½ hour concert titled Americas Party: Live from Fremont Street Las Vegas on CD USA. Appearing artists in that special included All American Rejects, Rock Star Supernova, OK GO, Five for Fighting, Chicago and Smash Mouth.

Artists who have performed on CD USA

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