Sylvia Reimagines Her 80’s Hits For New CD

Eighties hitmaker Sylvia is set to release her newest CD, Second Bloom – The Hits Re-Imagined, on Red Pony Records June 8Second Bloom includes 10 all-new interpretations of her No. 1 and Top 10 hits from the RCA years (1979 to 1987). The project’s first single, a reprise of Sylvia’s signature Country/Pop smash, “Nobody,” has just been released to radio.

“My desire was to bring my music from the ’80s into alignment with the music I’m creating today,” said Sylvia.  “I wanted to breathe new life into the songs as if I was recording them for the first time while still honoring their musical identity. I believe the spirit of the music is just as relevant today as it was when these songs first bloomed.”

Fans who order digitally will receive “Like Nothing Ever Happened” as an instant grat track. Those who prefer a disc, will have their album autographed by Sylvia and receive an email containing instructions on how to obtain their grat track download.

The album includes songs like “Sweet Yesterday,” Cry Just A Little Bit,” and “Fallin’ In Love,” along with one track that was not previously released as a single, “You Can’t Go Back Home.”

 Second Bloom Track Listing:
1) Drifter  (Archie Jordan, Don Pfrimmer)
2) Nobody  (Kye Fleming, Dennis Morgan)
3) Tumbleweed  (Kye Fleming, Dennis Morgan)
4) Fallin’ In Love  (Randy Goodrum, Brent Maher)
5) Cry Just A Little Bit  (Bob Heatlie)
6) Sweet Yesterday  (Kye Fleming, Dennis Morgan)
7) Like Nothing Ever Happened  (Kye Fleming, Dennis Morgan)
8) Snapshot  (Kye Fleming, Dennis Morgan)
9) I Love You By Heart  (Jerry Gillespie, Stan Webb)
10) You Can’t Go Back Home  (Kye Fleming, Dennis Morgan)


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