Singer-songwriter Joy Lynn White, one of the overlooked country artists of the '90s, will release a new album in October. She co-produced One More Time with Kyle Lehning, known for his work with Randy Travis. White wrote or co-wrote nine of the 11 songs on the project. Her singles on Columbia included "Little Tears," "True Confessions," "Cold Day in July" and "Wild Love," although none of them cracked Billboard's Top 40. She also previously recorded for producer Pete Anderson's label, Little Dog Records.