Pickler splits from BNA
Thursday, June 28, 2012
– Kellie Pickler is no longer on BNA.
Pickler released three albums for the label: "Small Town Girl" in 2005, "Kellie Picker: in 2008 and "100 Proof" in January. Two singles were released from the disc - Tough and the title track, but did not do well. Tough reached 30 on the chart, while 100 Proof made it to 50.
"Kellie's contract with Sony came to an end, and they mutually decided not to renew," said her manager, Larry Fitzgerald to ABC Radio.
Pickler, 26 today, gained fame as a contestant on the fifth season of American Idol, finishing sixth.
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