Terri Clark gets CD rescheduled to 2008
Thursday, July 5, 2007
– Terri Clark's debut for the SonyBMG label was slated to come out July 24. But the wait will continue until 2008 for "My Next Life album."
A label spokesperson said Thursday the album now will be out in "early 2008." Clark spent her entire career on the Mercury label, where she enjoyed hits such as "When Boy Meets Girl" and "Girls Lie Too," her number 1 hit from 2004.
No reason was give for the delay.
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