ANOTHER CAREER FIRST FOR CYNDI

Cyndi Thomson made her debut on the Grand Ole Opry this past weekend. While backstage waiting for her name to be called, Opry star, Jim Ed Brown, asked Cyndi backstage how she was doing. Cyndi told him exactly how she was feeling, "I feel like I'm gonna puke!" Jim reassured her not to worry and that he would be there for her personally no matter what happened.

Once on stage, Cyndi felt right at home.She performed an acoustic version of her hit single, "What I Really Meant To Say," along with another song from her debut album, "My World." and the audience even sang along. A sure sign of a blossoming star!

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