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Episode 61:
Shelby Lynne


She is truly inspiring...
- posted by Jaggedmusic - December 27, 2014
Been a fan of Shelby since I saw her the first time on Austin City Limits way back when. Bring her back on the show! And next time ask her to sing Dreamsome and Thought It Would Be Easier and Black Like Blue. Why she cut her beautiful hair I will never understand! But a great bluesy, sexy voice. When she says she's Leavin', I believe it.
- posted by geoross48 - December 27, 2014
Loving this show with you all...and Daryl I LOVE your " There is always something sinister and too much..HAPPY HAPPY..ELVES EVERYWHERE You described my feelings exactly lol MERRY " X " MASS. to all of you. Shelby, you are amazing ..
- posted by laf - December 7, 2014
LOVED IT!!!!!! This is the best show on the net BY FAR!
- posted by drews73 - August 19, 2014
I've been a huge fan of Shelby ever since I saw her perform on Grammy's way back. Soulful and superb live.
- posted by msc7c - April 15, 2014
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Shelby Lynne
Lynne first broke through at the age of 18, when her demos landed her an appearance on TNN’s Nashville Now series. Her 1999 breakthrough, I Am Shelby Lynne, led to a Grammy for Best New Artist. She followed with critically acclaimed albums Love, Shelby (2001), Identity Crisis (2003) and Suit Yourself (2005). She made her acting debut playing Johnny Cash’s mother in the Oscar-winning Fox Searchlight movie, Walk the Line. Just a Little Lovin’, her tribute to Dusty Springfield, came out in 2008. In 2010, she founded her own label, EVERSO Records, a move that has given her the freedom to release music on her own timetable. Her EVERSO debut, Tears, Lies, And Alibis, dropped in 2010 and was followed by Merry Christmas (2010) and Revelation Road (2011). In November, she released a deluxe edition of the latter, which also includes her first-ever live album, recorded this past May at McCabe’s Guitar Shop in Santa Monica, along with a Live in London DVD and a documentary on the making of the album.

“I loved hanging out with Daryl and the guys in the band,” enthuses Shelby. “Daryl is as amazing a person as he is a singer. I was honored to go to his place and make music. Daryl's Place will stay around a long time because it's all about the integrity of the artist and the music."

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