have at least a couple radio hits decided to take time off.  The music industry needs another standout female newcomer - considering the list of new male artists who are really dominating over the ladies...

Megan Mullins is Broken Bow Records new project.  Fellow BBR artists Jason Aldean and Craig Morgan have had no problem winning over fans, radio and the whole music industry.  Mullins is an extraordinary young lady and has accomplished more than you could believe for only being 19 years old.  Mullins has played in Sherrie Austin's band, Catherine Britt's band and she is again part of the Nashville Star band.  She has also been performing in her family's band since the age of three.  "Ain't What It Used To Be" is at radio stations now.  This is a strong debut single... Although Billy Currington recorded this song on his debut album, I actually think Mullins just might see more success with this one than Currington would have had.  I enjoyed Currington's version a lot though, as well.  There's absolutely no doubt that Mullins should be a highlight new artist for the year.  Mullins has amazing vocals... She can play fiddle, mandolin, guitar, viola, piano, accordion, clarinet and cello - an unbelievable amount of talent.  We all have high hopes for new BBR artist, Megan Mullins. - Janelle Landauer

"Ain't What It Used To Be" - at radio now... from her debut album coming soon
Added: March 29, 2006
Megan Mullins
Ain't What It Used To Be (Single)

I was beginning to worry about new female artists.  Although Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood found their grounding, several "new" female vocalists have been struggling.  Nashville Star winner - Erika Jo, Lyric Street recording artist Kerry Harvick and RCA label group's Catherine Britt really failed to prove that they are anywhere near being the next "superstar."  Shelly Fairchild, Julie Roberts and Shannon Brown, though fairly good vocalists, haven't been able to win over radio.  Katrina Elam, who looked like she would
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