March 25, 2017  

Kelly Clarkson's "My December" Good to Go This July

May 8, 2007 (7:13 am) GMT
RCA has revealed a specific release date for Kelly Clarkson's third effort "My December".

After spilling hints on the new album "", RCA Records as 's recording house announces that the follow up of 2004's "" will arrive July 26.

The David Kahne-produced album presents yet another side of Clarkson which hasn't been explored as a theme in her previous records. Clarkson admitted that she gets 'wilder' in this piece and that there's a wider range of tunes throughout the tracks. For a start, first single "Never Again" has won Clarkson's fans through her new 'rocky' sound. It entered Billboard Hot 100 chart at #8 based solely on the airplay.

Different vibes can be found ranging from those new rave sounds like in song "One Minute" up to easy flowing and sassy "Chivas". Other tracks already confirmed to be in the album are "Sober", "Be Still", "Hole" and "Haunting".

Besides fighting alone for this record by co-writing almost all of the songs, Clarkson features L.A. punk legend and bassist Mike Watt on three songs. She also includes her touring band members Jason Halbert and Jimmy Messer to contribute.

The pop singer will begin the supporting tour on July 11 in Portland, Ore. and wrap it up on Sept 26 in Los Angeles. She is also among acts confirming for July 7 Live Earth concert.

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Nicki Minaj Teases Music Video for David Guetta's 'Light My Body Up' With On-Set Photo
  2. Watch Little Mix's Dreamy Cover of Rihanna's 'Love on the Brain'
  3. 'Walking Dead' Alum Steven Yeun and Wife Joana Pak Share First Photo of Their Newborn Baby
  4. Mama June Feels 'Like Frankenstein' After Skin Removal Surgery. Is She Giving Up?
  5. Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani 'Torn Apart' by Her 'Flirtation' With 'The Voice' Contestant
  6. Katy Perry Reportedly Still Loves John Mayer. Will They Rekindle Their Romance?
  7. Trey Songz Slams Nicki Minaj: She Ain't Had S**t Before Me
  8. Han Solo Movie Adds 'Sing Street' Star Ian Kenny