Title Of Album: Eternal
Year Of Release: 2014
Total Time: 41:20 min
Total Size: 262 MB
01 - Born to Run
02 - Don't Come Home A Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)
03 - Golden Ring
04 - Help Me Make It Through the Night
05 - I've Done Enough Dyin' Today
06 - Just One Time
07 - Leavin' on Your Mind
08 - One Day I Walk
09 - Rock Me
10 - The Sweetest Thing
11 - Wide Awake
Regular high school wasn't for her however, and soon O'Neal had dropped out in order to try and make in Music City all on her own. She found some work as a demo performer for a Nashville song factory but soon left America altogether to visit her mother in Australia. There she began performing in clubs and on street corners and landed a gig as a backup singer for pop tart Kylie Minogue. But O'Neal was still writing her own songs and still thought that Nashville might be her ticket. A demo tape sent by her mother to old contacts in Nashville generated interest, and in 1996 O'Neal was offered a songwriting contract under producer Harold Shedd.
This exposure led to a sweeter songwriter/artist-development deal with EMI Music. While O'Neal sang backup for established country acts like Clay Davidson and Ronnie Milsap, her songs were covered by the likes of LeAnn Rimes and Chely Wright. But despite this success, O'Neal still felt stifled, as she still wasn't performing her own material.
That changed in 1998, when an audition with Mercury Nashville's Keith Stegall led to a recording contract with the label. Her country-pop debut, Shiver, was released in early 2000; it was nominated for three Grammy awards. A self-titled effort followed almost immediately, and 2003 saw another LP. After taking a break to start a family, O'Neal returned in 2005 with Brave.