The pretty little secret is out! Over the last few days, Lucy Hale has alluded to her more than 3 million Twitter followers that she is about to get the music ball rolling. And now it’s official!
Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, the 24-year old singer and actress first started singing along with the radio to her favorite Martina McBride, Faith Hill and Shania Twain songs. While she made her mark early on as an actress, best known for her role on the hit ABC Family drama “Pretty Little Liars,” Lucy professes that country music has always been an early love.
Over the past several months, Lucy has been making treks to Music City to write and record her highly anticipated debut album with producer Mark Bright. This fall, she will hit the road to meet and perform for country radio programmers across the U.S. before her first single is released next year.
“Music is my heart and I’m so blessed to say that this album turned out to be something I’m very proud of,” notes Lucy. “I’m unbelievably excited to hit the road this fall to meet country radio and share what I’ve been working on and feel extremely lucky to work alongside DMG Nashville, Hollywood Records, Bigger Picture Group and the awesome Mark Bright.”
Lucy is eager to begin visiting country radio alongside the Bigger Picture Group promotion team. Her upcoming single and album will be released on DMG Nashville/Bigger Picture Group in 2014 as announced by Ken Bunt, President of the Disney Music Group, who noted, “DMG Nashville is excited to work alongside the team at Bigger Picture Group in bringing Lucy’s musical talent to Nashville and beyond.”
“It’s amazing to be a part of bringing both Lucy Hale and DMG back home to Tennessee and to Country Radio,” shares Bigger Picture Group President, Michael Powers. “We’re really excited to work with Lucy and be key players along with the DMG Nashville Team.”
Learn the latest about Lucy on Facebook and follow her on Twitter and Instagram to find out more about her upcoming single, album and touring plans.
Are you excited to welcome Lucy to the country music family?