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I’m Still Here is more than a comeback album by an artist who’s suffered more than her share of hard knocks. Mindy McCready builds upon her appearances on VH1’s Celebrity Rehab to deliver the most substantial and emotionally resonant album of her career. As might be expected, there’s plenty of confession and resolve to be heard in these tracks. McCready sings bittersweet tunes like “Wrong Again,” “Fades” and the title song with a bruised sort of conviction. Her rendition of Tony Arata’s “The Dance” is particularly affecting. Seductive ballads like the atmospheric “The Way You Make Me Melt” and the conflicted “I Hate That I Love You” rekindle some of her old come-hither charm, while “I Want a Man” lets her swagger just a bit. Mindy reprises two of her early hits as well, with “Ten Thousand Angels” benefiting most from her matured perspective. Far from clinging to her former country starlet persona, McCready emerges as a fully-grown talent on I’m Still Here, seasoned by experience and filled with a survivor’s wisdom.

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I think this is the best album that Mindy has ever released! While I loved Ten Thousand Angels - this is better as a whole! The production is great and it incorporates several genres of music. I recommend this album to anyone who is a fan of great music!

Nice to hear her voice again!!

I love her voice!! I'm so glad shes back!

This is the stuff that country should embrace!

Does anyone recall the trials and tribulations of Tammy Wynette or Tanya Tucker? This is the grit and honesty that Mindy needs to embrace. I think she's a plausible country superstar comeback artist captured in the right fashion. Not sure if this is the right production, but hearing the lyric on "I'm Still Here" rivals on anything that is found on the country charts!!!


Born: November 30, 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, she took a part-time job in her mother's ambulance company and began concentrating on performing her music. When she was 18 years old, she moved to Nashville....
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