Young and beautiful Cyndi Thomson walked away from her career in 2002 at age 26, after scoring one of the most impressive debuts in country history.

Cyndi hit No. 1 with her first single, "What I Really Meant to Say," in 2001, while her debut CD My World showed her considerable talents as both a singer and songwriter. But a year later, Cyndi got married and, in a surprising move, told her record label that she was quitting the business. Music Row experts could not remember an artist abandoning a career so early. But now Cyndi is about to make a comeback, according to the record label. She has been convinced to return to the label, and is looking for songs for a new CD. Check for more details on Cyndi's comeback.


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