Pop singer Stacie Orrico released a video to her YouTube account on Monday with big news for fans. Orrico announced that she will be getting back into the studio to record a new album.
Orrico rose to fame in 2003 with her self-titled album which featured pop-rock hits like "Stuck" and "(There's Gotta Be) More to Life." Following that initial success, her label quietly released followup album "Beautiful Awakening" in 2006. Shortly afterword, Stacie part ways with the label and went lived in Africa for awhile.
In the new video uploaded to her YouTube account, Orrico recalls her days following the "Beautiful Awakening" album, which include living in New York, pursuing acting and general soul searching (what every person in their twenties is doing, she notes). Stacie also says that she is back in the recording studio making a new album.
Her music comeback will begin on November 6 with a special StageIt.com concert. She will perform old hits, new material and covers of other popular songs. Orrico says to keep an eye on her Twitter and YouTube accounts for more details on the show and personal check-ins from the singer herself in the coming weeks.
For a trip down memory lane, check out Orrico's "More to Life" video on YouTube
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