The much anticipated debut studio album, Say Something, by independent recording artist Teresa Peterson, was released October 2008. Recorded at the acclaimed underground Music Row studio, The Kosmodrome, Say Something was brought to life with the help of visionary producer/engineer/musician Adam Grey Stepp. Warmly received and well-respected in the Nashville performing songwriter community, Teresa has found growing success in songwriting collaborations resulting in multiple independent cuts such as "Arizona" recorded by Patrick Collum and WIMMN award-winning song "Something's Gotta Change" recorded by Diana Rose. Teresa also keeps busy by doing session work including lead and background vocals with multiple artists in town. In addition to her individual accomplisments, Teresa has also been apart of Mike Willis' (Big Tractor Publishing) Live From Nashville nights and multiple songwriter showcase nights. In the fall of 2007, Teresa accompanied New York City darling and co-writer, Ann Holly, in a spot tour resulting in a first ever Nashville style writer's round at the famous Bitter End night club. Originally from Minneapolis, MN, Teresa celebrated her debut release in her hometown to a standing-room-only crowd on October 18th, 2008 followed by a moving Nashville release party in November. A promotional tour is slated for 2009. Atlanta: written by Patrick Collum; I Want In: written by Teresa Peterson; Are You In This (Say Something): written by Teresa Peterson/Doug Bryson; Burn: written by Teresa Peterson/Ann Holly; If You Don't Love Me: Teresa Peterson; Never Felt So Strong: Teresa Peterson/Mike Willis Photography by Carie Thompson. Album artwork by Rob Bartlett. Mastered by Donnie Boutwell.