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Cyndi Thomson returns after three years

Thursday, January 19, 2006 – More than three years after leaving the music business behind after one hit album, Cyndi Thomson seems to be back.

"Cyndi's just in the early stages of making a record, and we're delighted to be working with her again," said Capitol Nashville publicist Judy McDonough in an email.

There is no word on when an album may be out.

Thomson debuted in 2001 with "My World" and had a number 1 hit with "What I Really Meant to Say."

But she left the industry, saying she did not want to be part of the music business. It is not known what prompted the change of heart.


CD reviews for Cyndi Thomson

Newcomers dot Nashville these days. Contracts signed, records recorded, promises made and they're on their way. Two, three albums later and it's see ya later. Perhaps Georgia's Cyndi Thomson will debunk that trend. The 24-year-old's debut features 11 stardom shots that should find an ear on country radio. From pep n' poppy country ("Things I Would Do") to lost-in-love ballads ("What I Really Meant to Say"), Thomson twists her focus to a decidedly young country crowd.Call her country's Britney ...


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