Selling more than 3 million records and placing 12 singles on the Billboard Country music charts since the release of `Ten Thousand Angels' Mindy McCready's life has been a front page story. `I'm Still Here' represents a new beginning and Mindy's first album in over 8 years. For the first time, Mindy has written emotional songs about her life and struggles. She performs the title track live on the final episode of VH1's Celebrity Rehab in which everyone cries including Dr. Drew because of it's heart-wrenching emotion, "It was the first time Dr. Drew has ever cried on the show," says Mindy Mindy has retained an extremely high profile through TV and media appearances including Oprah, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, & Inside Edition. Mindy appeared on Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, which draws over 1 million viewers and consistently airs in reruns. Updated versions of her biggest hits: Guys Do It All The Time and Ten Thousand Angels. Mindy's version of Garth Brook's The Dance, has never been released before.