There’s good news for Pat Benatar fans: The iconic singer’s recently released songs — her first non-holiday music in more than a decade — are not one-and-done deals. There’s plenty more where that came from.

In January Benatar delivered “Shine,” a single written especially for the Women’s March and to raise money for the B.A. Rudolph Foundation that provides scholarships for young women seeking unpaid internships in public service, politics or the sciences. Coming soon is “Dancing Through the Wreckage,” which Benatar’s husband and partner-in-rock Neil Giraldo wrote with Linda Perry and Benatar sang for Served Like a Girl — a new documentary about female veterans that’s showing at this year’s South By Southwest Film Festival.

And, otherwise, Benatar and Giraldo have every intention on hunkering down this year on a new album — their first since Go in 2003.

Source : Billboard