Jennifer Nettles revealing new album cover one piece at a time on Facebook


Update: I've posted the full album cover now.

Jennifer Nettles' new solo album, "That Girl," is set to be released on January 14 and now she's revealing her album cover in puzzle form. Above is what the album cover looks like at the moment, and so it should be completely revealed by tomorrow or the next day I'd think. 

Speaking with the AP recently, Jennifer called the album intimate and more mature. 

"I'm able to show a side that I think's more womanly," Nettles said. "I think it's more mature, and so that's big for me. I think it gives you perspective all around, not just musically but also in my career. I think you get superefficient because you have to be. You don't worry about things that were superimportant before because you have a baby and you just burn that underbrush out. You feel like a huntress."

Jennifer will also be embarking on a solo tour to support the new release. 

On her website, only her Nashville (February 20) and Clearwater, Florida (February 27) dates are listed, but she's expected to have stops in 30+ cities, including  Los Angeles, New York City, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Boston, Philadelphia, Denver, Phoenix before wrapping things up in April.

I will definitely bring a full list of dates once they're available. 

Fans can catch Jennifer next when the CMA Country Christmas that she hosts airs on ABC, December 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. 

Another update: 

Here's the tracklisting for the album: 

That Girl Track Listing:

  1. “Falling” (Written by Jennifer Nettles)
  2. “Me Without You” (Written by Jennifer Nettles, Tim Owens and Derek George)
  3. “Moneyball” (Written by Jennifer Nettles and Scott Patton)
  4. “That Girl” (Written by Jennifer Nettles and Butch Walker )
  5. “This Angel” (Written by Jennifer Nettles and Mike Reid)
  6. “Jealousy” (Written by Jennifer Nettles and Kevin Griffin)
  7. “This One's For You” (Written by Jennifer Nettles and Sara Bareilles)
  8. “Know You Wanna Know” (Written by Jennifer Nettles and Richard Marx)
  9. “Thank You” (Written by Jennifer Nettles and Phillip Sweet)
  10. “Good Time To Cry” (Written by Jennifer Nettles and Mike Reid)
  11. “Like A Rock” (Written by Bob Seger)

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