Newfield plans to record in January
Friday, December 22, 2006
– Heidi Newfield, the former lead singer of Trick Pony,intends to head into the recording studio in January 2007.
"I am very excited," said Newfield. "I can not wait until January to get in the studio and begin the creative process of making the kind of music that I've always wanted to make."
Newfield will release her solo album on Asylum/Curb Records in 2007. No date was set. She announced in November that she as leaving Trick Pony. The trio recorded shows at the Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Nashville for an upcoming live album, the band's last shows together with that lineup.
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