Stephanie Lynn says new album will be open book on her life

Stephanie Lynn at the 38th annual Tejano Music Awards. | Photo credit: Munoz Snapshots

Stephanie Lynn is working on her next album and the singer plans it to be an open book about her life journey.

“I’m doing more writing in this project and a lot of it pertains to, well actually this is the first CD that I’m ever doing that has to deal with my life,” Stephanie Lynn told Tejano Nation. “It’s an open book, not too open.”

The Tejano ROOTS Hall of Fame singer added she can now focus on creating new music after recent drug possession charges against her were dismissed by a Kerr County judge.

“Now that I have no charges,  I am kaput, zero, I am free, I am dismissed,” she said. “Now, we’re going to go ahead and kick some ass and we’re going to make some (expletive) Tejano music!”

She plans on working with producer Mario Vigil, Jorge Alejandro and her brother Rick for a new album.

Stephanie Lynn began her career as a teenager with her brothers as Stephanie Lynn and High Energy.  In 1993, she was signed to the EMI Latin record label and released her debut album, Solo Ojos Para Ti, with the title track reaching No. 32 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks in late 1994.

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