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Cyndi Thomson burst onto the country music scene in 2001 with the breakout Number One hit, “What I Really Meant To Say.” Her debut album “My World” became the best-selling debut album by a female country singer since LeAnn Rimes' album “Blue” was released in 1996, and was quickly certified Gold. However, despite her rapid success, she stunned the music world by announcing she was leaving the stage after only one album, an unprecedented move for such a promising young artist in the entertainment industry.
Cyndi continued to pique fans’ interests by releasing tracks on compilation albums through her former label, Capitol Records, and by writing hit songs for artists such as Gary Allan (“Life Ain’t Always Beautiful”). After having two children and being out of the limelight for a number of years, Cyndi recently self-released the critically acclaimed EP, “This Time,” which she announced would be a precursor to another full-length release.