Photo: Madeline Cothren
From the looks of her stunning new photos, and from the sounds of her most recent tracks (most notably "I Was Your Baby"), Aubrey Collins has successfully reinvented herself again. Well, perhaps "reinvented" isn't the right word. "Matured" is probably a better way to put it. More than two years after her brief stint on reality television and more than a year after parting ways with Trick Pony, Collins seems to be doing just fine on her own. The singer-songwriter, who recently joined the roster of MTM Management (Cowboy Mouth, Reckless Kelly), has been busy collaborating with several writers in Nashville and making the rounds with her new manager, Rusty Harmon, presenting her songs to various publishers. -- Dave Herrera
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