Jonathan Cohen of reports: Lawyers for the BLACK CROWES have served copyright infringement notices to GRETCHEN WILSON, TNT, Sony BMG and publishing company J Money Music over the band's 1991 hit "Jealous Again".

The CROWES claim Wilson exploited the track for her own song, "Work Hard, Play Harder", which TNT in turn then used in ads for its show "Saving Grace".

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