Monday, January 28, 2013

Cyndi Thomson Is Back With New Music


Cyndi Thomson, whose 2001 gold-certified album My World spawned three charted hits, including the smash "What I Really Meant To Say," is releasing just her second full album this year. 12 years have gone by since the early success of her first album, followed shortly by her quitting of the music business.

In late 2002, Thomson, in a letter written to her record label, fans and friends, announced that she was walking away from her recording career. Thomson, who married musician and producer Daniel Goodman earlier that year, stated that being a recording artist was an "overwhelming life changing experience" and that she "cannot commit to obligations" of making a new album

Last summer, Cyndi inked a deal with Ramblin' Music's  publishing division, Young Guns.

“Having written and worked with Cyndi in the past I can honestly say she is one of the most unique and talented artists I’ve ever met,” said Cliff Downs, President of Ramblin’ Music. “We are thrilled that she will be part of our staff and we look forward to the new music that she will be creating with us.”

Since that time, Cyndi began recording tracks for a full production studio release, slated for release later this year. The first new track from Cyndi's upcoming album is up for fans to listen to at her website HERE. Fans will have just one week to preview the song "So Glad You're Mine." Each week, she'll preview a new track.

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