Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Sherrié Austin Returns

It's been a while since we've heard Sherrié Austin's voice, but others have long been channeling her words, much like Rachel Proctor.  Austin has written songs recorded by Tim McGraw, George Strait, and most recently "If I Was a Woman" by Trace Adkins and Blake Shelton.  Austin came up with the idea to write a song related to every episode of Sex and the City.  The result is the upcoming thirteen-track album, showcasing the power, strength, and sass of the modern-day woman.  Expect her trademark humor as well as her heart-breaking songs.  The independently funded and released album Circus Girl will be released on 15 November.  Austin's last single was a fun cover of "Son of a Preacher Man".

Continue reading after the jump for more news on Sherrié Austin.

On 18 November, Austin will return to television on the TV documentary series called Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys on the Sundance Channel.  Her friend and often-co-writer Shane Stevens, writer of Lady Antebellum's "American Honey", will co-star.  Austin coyly remarks, "This series definitely pushes some boundaries, and we just might loosen up the buckle of the Bible belt before we're done".  With Austin and Chely Wright spearheading that field, maybe that will happen.  An entrepreneur and a talented musician and actress!  Take the world!

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