American/Canadian Singer In Studio Tracking Vocals for Perfectly Imperfect, Due Out April 16

Tenn. (March 26, 2013) – New artist Shannon Selig, who recently
relocated to Nashville from the two places she called home – Maine and
Nova Scotia – has been tracking vocals for her debut album, 
Perfectly Imperfect, which is due out April 16.

The 11-track release
combines songs written by the American/Canadian singer/songwriter with
songs from top Music City tunesmiths for a fresh collection of music
with a purpose.
“I am so honored that I am
able to release my debut album here in Nashville. I have always known I
wanted to become a positive role model in the community and I am blessed
to be able to do that through music,” Selig says. “The process of
preparing for this album has been years in the making and it has shaped
me into the woman I am today. I am so excited to share this album with
the world.” 
at 9 years old, Shannon Selig had a charisma that made few doubt her
when the young singer said “I just want to change people’s lives with my
Shannon headshot March 2013
New artist Shannon Selig (Erika Chambers photo)
Fast forward a decade and half later and Selig has done a good job reaching her goal throughout
Maine and Nova Scotia. With dual citizenship to her credit, Selig sang
her way across the continent, making fans on both sides of the border.
Winner of the New England
Country Music Association Songwriter of the Year in 2013 and 2012, Selig
also won the North American Country Music Association award for Horizon
Songwriter both years. Selig also was named New England Country Music
Association Female Vocalist of the Year in 2011, and, the next year,
claimed the win for Horizon Female Vocalist Award 2012 Internationally. 
Selig calls a new city home
now. A few months ago, the country singer/songwriter relocated to
Nashville, ready to walk the talk she had proclaimed since her
Shannon in the studio tracking
New artist Shannon Selig has been tracking vocals for her upcoming album, Perfectly Imperfect, at Catch This Music in Nashville. (Sam Siske Photo)
In less than one month, Selig will release Perfectly Imperfect. After
choosing the songs, the Berklee College of Music alumna gathered a
lineup of first call musicians to record the final project at Catch This
Music Studios, owned by Eddie Robba.
Mike Stankiewicz engineered the album, with Music Row veteran Gary Sadker of Red Ridge Entertainment, producing.
A CD Release Party is set for April 18 at The Rutledge.
an album in-hand and a lineup of tour dates, Selig sets out on the next
phase of her career with a message that remains unchanged: “I just want
to change people’s lives with my voice.”
For more information, visit, like on Facebook at or follow in Twitter (@shannonselig).

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