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Miss Krystle Signs with Superstition Record Label

Pop newcomer to collaborate with Diamond-selling songwriter Gardner Cole

Nov. 28, 2012 - PRLog -- Producer/Composer  Gardner Cole announced the signing of Miss Krystle as the first artist on the Superstition Records label.  The up-and-coming singer/songwriter will co-write and co-produce with one of the music industry's most successful veterans.    

Pop singer and composer Miss Krystle said "I am thrilled to be taking this big leap in my career. I am really lucky to have the opportunity to work with someone of Gardner Cole's experience and stature. He and I have already made a real connection that is showing up in the music."

According to Gardner Cole, "Miss Krystle is a bright new talent who has it all. She can sing, write and is very musical , playing multiple instruments. She is quickly developing into a well-rounded songwriter and performer."

Cole, most well known for composing  one of the most successful singles of all time, "Open Your Heart" with Madonna has a long history of nurturing up and coming artists as well as phenomenal success as a songwriter with  50 International number 1 hits, 139 International Platinum Awards and 17 International Gold Awards.

Miss Kryslte's yet to be titled album is scheduled for release by Superstition Records in the first quarter of 2013.

For more information or to follow the progress of the album and visit:  https://www.facebook.com/MissKrystleMusic

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