Kellie Pickler’s Announces New Album, ‘The Woman I Am’

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Kellie Pickler (Christopher Polk/Getty Images)

On November 11, Kellie Pickler will release her fourth studio album, The Woman I Am. The follow-up to 2012’s 100 Proof, Pickler cowrote three songs on the forthcoming release, including the title track.

“I was doing an interview and a gentleman said, ‘So, if I were to tell someone who doesn’t listen to country music and is not familiar with you to get one song off iTunes to download that kind of describes you in a nutshell, what would it be?’” she said in a release. “I thought and then I said, ‘I don’t think I’ve written it yet, but I’m going to,’ and my husband and I wrote it that night.”

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In August, Pickler released the album’s first single, “Little Bit Gypsy.” In it, Pickler warns her man that she won’t be tied down. Co-written by her husband, Kyle Jacobs, along with Tammi Kidd Hutton and Fred Wilhelm, the track features a hefty helping of pedal steel guitar and a foot-tapping beat.

In an interview with Rolling Stone earlier this year, Pickler said that The Woman I Am will be “Kellie country” and will include stories about her real life, set to fiddle and pedal steel.

Read more about Kellie Pickler and see the track list for The Woman I Am on Radio.com

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