Heidi Throws a Listening Party

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Heidi Newfield invited industry and media members to a private listening party for her upcoming album, Monday (Nov. 8), at Disgraceland Studios in Nashville.

The Music Row crowd enjoyed snacks and refreshments while listening to four tracks from the album: "More to Me Than You," which she co-wrote, "Texting Texas," "Why'd You Have to Be So Good" and "Stay Up Late," slated to be the first single.

The songs featured Heidi's signature soulful vocals and harmonica playing. Heidi also revealed the stories behind a couple of the tunes.

For more on Heidi, pick up the Nov. 15 issue of Country Weekly, on newsstands now.

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