CHRIS CAGLE WANTS TO MAKE A COMEBACK
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UNDATED (AP) -- Chris Cagle says he "lost his footing" but he's willing to do whatever he needs to, to get "up the mountain" again. He hopes his new release "Back in the Saddle" does the trick. Cagle told CMT on the eve of the album's release the "comeback stuff's a little hard on the ego" but "show by show, day by day" he aims to get there. Cagle is not only re-committing to his music, but he says he's "55 to 60 pounds overweight" and he plans to make some healthy changes. He told CMT he's "not young anymore" so he "he's gonna suck it up, and flip the switch."