Megan Mullins releases debut single for new label
Friday, May 8, 2009
– Megan Mullins released her first single for Stoney Creek Records, Long Past Gone,
a break-up anthem.
After a brief introduction to radio in 2006 while on Broken Bow, Mullins began actively working on her songwriting while performing the past four seasons in the house band of the TV series "Nashville Star." She is the flagship artist for the newly formed Stoney Creek Records. Mullins' debut single, was co-written by Mullins and Marla Cannon Goodman and produced by Buddy Cannon.
Mullins said the song was "very conversational and almost wrote itself."
Mullins, 22, is slated to release her debut album this fall.
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