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INSIGHTFUL SONGWRITER, KERRVILLE NEW FOLK WINNER THE VOICE (NBC) ALUM REBECCA LOEBE SIGNS WITH BLUE CORN MUSIC FOR HER 5TH ALBUM 'GIVE UP YOUR GHOSTS,' OUT FEB. 8 FIRST SINGLE "GHOSTS" video premiering on Billboard first of December "I love listening to you sing, in a genuine way." - Adam Levine (of Maroon 5) "She wraps her rich, honeyed voice around a mix of nuanced Americana and pop numbers."- The Chicago Tribune "Loebe's voice is breathtakingly beautiful, delightful and superb."- Huffington Post Though she appeared on the Voice in 2011 and was courted by Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera (eventually joining team Adam), Loebe has built her reputation through road-dogging, one show and one fan at a time. It's resulted in over 50,000 fans on social media; support slots for The Civil Wars, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and Gregory Alan Isakov; airplay on over 600 stations for her previous album 'Blink.' 'Give Up Your Ghosts' marks the fifth album and a high-water mark of storytelling and emotional power for the Austinite. Written all in one sitting, the title track "Ghosts" and album opener "Growing Up" serve as mission statements for Loebe. She remembers, "When I was done, I realized that I was singing to myself, reminding myself that other people have been through anything I'm struggling with in the current moment. They've made it to the other side of the mountain, and they're cheering for me to pull through. Not only that, but I can be that for other people." The title of the record comes from the chorus - 'give up all your ghosts, at least the ones you love the most, they're never holding you as close as you are holding them.' "Ghosts" will be released as a single tomorrow. All of the songs were written in a burst of creativity and Loebe says, "I've written albums full of what I needed to say, but this album is full of songs I need to hear." "Growing Up," cowritten with Megan Burtt speaks to rolling with the changes that life throws one's way, especially for women. The emotionally resonant closer