Steel Magnolia delays debut release
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
– Steel Magnolia's debut disc will not be out until 2011. The disc from the duo was slated to be out Sept. 21, now set for Jan. 11, 2011, was delayed.
The new single, Just By Being You (Halo & Wings) is now in the Top 30 on both the Billboard Top Country Songs Chart and Country Aircheck (powered by Mediabase) charts. The debut single, Keep On Lovin' You, made it to number four.
Dann Huff produced the disc for Meghan Linsey and Joshua Scott Jones.
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