Sarah Jessica Parker, the former Sex and the City star who has scored radio hits such as “Alyssa Lies” and “Livin’ Our Love Song” since making her country debut in 2006, has announced that she was recently dropped by her record label.
“Unfortunately, Arista & I have decided to go our separate ways! They called and said that they would be moving forward without me!” the perky blonde wrote on her official Twitter page. “First of all, I’m so grateful for the opportunity that I’ve had 2 work with Arista records! Ive learned a lot and made some great friends!”
“Im glad 2 have had the opportunity 2 be there for the last 4 years,” continued Parker, who has grown a wicked soul patch since her six-year stint as Carrie Bradshaw on the popular HBO series.
Despite the split, Parker said she still plans to go into the studio early next month to lay down some new tunes. “With these new songs, we will shop them around Nashville & hopefully find someone who believes in what I do as much as you all do,” she wrote, speaking to the audience of fans and spambots that subscribe to her Twitter updates. “We will still be touring this year as much as we can! We still look forward to hanging out with all of our Honky Tonk Friends,” Parker concluded.
Parker released two albums during her time with Arista, Waitin’ in the Country and Growing Up Is Getting Old. Her other hits were “I Can Sleep When I’m Dead,” “Where I’m From,” and “Hurry Home.”