PLUMB To Release New Album
NEED YOU NOW
February 26, 2013

New Songs Made Available Each Week
Leading up to Release Date
Throughout her decade+ career as an award-winning songwriter and chart-topping recording artist, PLUMB has established herself as a multi-faceted musical force.  Now, on the heels of several #1 Billboard radio hits in multiple formats, Plumb is set for a February 26th release of her sixth studio album, NEED YOU NOW.
After a several year hiatus to spend more time with her family, Plumb’s artistry was warmly welcomed back at radio with the album’s title track holding a 5-week stay atop of the Billboard Christian CHR chart as well as Top 10 status at Christian AC.
Plumb may have taken a break, but her music continued to evolve and gain momentum with new audiences.  During this time, her music was discovered by major artists and producers in the Dance music world, where she achieved multiple #1 Billboard Hot Dance/Club singles. Her songs have been heard in such films as Bruce Almighty and Brokedown Palace, as well as television series’ such as the Vampire Diaries, One Tree Hill, Roswell and more.  “Need You Now (How Many Times)” is also slated to be featured in ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars on street date.
Plumb’s powerhouse soprano vocals and soul stirring delivery are showcased on her new collection NEED YOU NOW.  A prolific writer, Plumb co-wrote all thirteen tracks on the project, telling honest stories of struggle, of loss and of restoration. 
Her fans have always lauded her ability to expose stories of every day life, the good and the bad, the love and the loss, the fears and the triumphs, and this album, as the others before always focuses on the promise of hope.
For the weeks leading into the release, Curb Records will be making new singles available early on iTunes.  The singles and the dates they are being made released are below:
Feb 5:  “One Drop”
Feb 12:  “Beautiful”
Feb 19:  “I Want You Here”
For more information about Plumb, visit www.plumbinfo.com

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