Tuesday, April 20 2010
With a new label (her own), a new album (self-produced), and a new lease on life, Grammy winner Shelby Lynne talks about the lack of autobiography in her songs, how she doesn't really want to learn how to make an MP3, and why she'll never record another cover song again.
Sunday, November 18 2012
Shelby Lynne’s truly great 2011 recording, with additional tracks, a live recording, and DVDs.
Wednesday, October 19 2011
Shelby Lynne’s roots are located in the same white Southern Christian gospel as redneck rock.
Wednesday, April 21 2010
Shelby Lynne has always had a difficult relationship to her eclecticism. It is what makes her stand out, when it works. But it makes the album a challenging format, one she failed to come to terms with this time.
Thursday, January 31 2008
From the delicate opening cymbal tap of the title track onward, Lynne remembers what made Dusty Springfield so great in the first place: she poured her soul into each song.
Sunday, January 28 2007
Lynne may have blown up too late to catch fame in the Great Female Singer-Songwriter boom of the mid-'90s, but her music is more adventurous than either Sheryl, Alanis or Fiona.
Friday, February 3 2012
Shelby Lynne performs live for you on 6 February 2012.
Tuesday, December 13 2011
This week we presented our Best 75 Albums of 2011. Here are several more just bubbling under the top 75...
Thursday, January 12 2012
ST. LOUIS — Singer-songwriter Shelby Lynne is opening up old wounds and fully revealing herself on her latest project, “Revelation Road,” easily her most personal. “I
Monday, December 1 2008
Comeback CDs by Guns N' Roses, AC/DC and Metallica have made big noise in 2008. But one disc that's just screaming for more attention is
Wednesday, April 2 2008
Shelby Lynne is so old-fashioned, she's practically brand-new. The maverick country-rocker relishes her aged vinyl records. Is irritated by the fact that the Internet exists.