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August 22, 2013

Kellie Pickler releases new single

Thursday, August 22, 2013 — NASHVILLE, TN — Black River Entertainment is proud to release country music star and singer-songwriter Kellie Pickler’s brand new single, “Little Bit Gypsy,”  everywhere digital music is sold.  The single, impacting radio this week, comes from her upcoming album on Black River Entertainment due later this year.

 

Produced by Frank Liddell and Luke Wooten, “Little Bit Gypsy” is digitally available on iTunes, Amazon, and can be streamed here.

 

“‘Little Bit Gypsy’ represents the Kellie Pickler the world has come to know and love,” shared Black River’s VP of Promotion, Bill Macky. 

“It’s fun, full of energy and has a free-spirit attitude.  We’re excited to take this to Country Radio.”

 

Co-written by Pickler’s husband Kyle Jacobs with Tammi Kidd Hutton and Fred Wilhelm, “Little Bit Gypsy” is a lighthearted song that mirrors Pickler herself.

 

“It's a fun song and the lyrics are clearly me,” Pickler, an Albemarle native, confesses.

“My husband wrote it, and he didn't really know what he was signing up for when we got together. I love that it starts off, 'Boy, there's a few things you need to know about me before you let your sweet heart get in too deep.'”  Kellie adds with a smile, “And, ‘Little Bit Gypsy’ is a fun to song in our shows too.”

 

Pickler is currently finalizing her upcoming album as well as performing concerts across the nation.  For tour schedules and more information, visit www.KelliePickler.com.  Follow her on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/KelliePickler and on Twitter @KelliePickler.

 

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