CYNDI THOMSON: COMING BACK

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 countryweekly.com for more details on Cyndi's comeback.

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