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I'm Still Here

Mindy McCready

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Released a matter of weeks after Mindy McCready’s stint on VH1’s Celebrity Rehab concluded, I’m Still Here plays like a survivor’s handbook, a testament to the singer’s newfound sobriety. Reflective and gentle even when the tempo starts to skip, I’m Still Here is certainly the quietest of McCready’s records and it’s also the most heartfelt, playing as a confessional. As it happens, she co-wrote only a handful of these songs, which hardly invalidates McCready’s meditative comeback as she handles these songs gracefully and with feeling. Ultimately, what matters on I’m Still Here is that outpouring of emotion: the songs are generally a mixed bag, veering from sweetly melancholy to syrupy, but McCready has never been more sensitive as a vocalist, pulling the album through the rough patches and convincingly selling the notion that she’s a sober survivor.

Biography

Born: 30 November 1975 in Fort Myers, FL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Mindy McCready's debut album, Ten Thousand Angels, elevated her into Nashville's music spotlight and established her as a promising singer. Born and raised in southern Florida, McCready (born Malinda Gayle McCready) graduated from high school at the age of 16 with the intention of beginning her musical career early. Following her graduation,...
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