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Shelby Lynne Makes a Clear Statement on 'Shelby Lynne'

Shelby Lynne carves out just one aspect of its creator's versatility. At times, it can feel a little thin, but Lynne's personality and vocal skills carry it through.

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Shelby Lynne: I Can't Imagine (take 1)

I Can't Imagine feels like a remarkably minor record in Lynne's discography, full of warmth and good vibes but lacking that conviction that has defined virtually all of her post-millennial work.

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I Don't Need a Reason to Cry: An Interview with Shelby Lynne

In a time when musicians continue to struggle to find their footing in an uncertain market environment, few artists have managed to succeed in pursuing the independent path of Shelby Lynne. She talks to PopMatters about her acclaimed recent album, her upcoming tour, and so much more.

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Shelby Lynne: Revelation Road (Deluxe Edition)

Shelby Lynne’s truly great 2011 recording, with additional tracks, a live recording, and DVDs.

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Shelby Lynne: Revelation Road

Shelby Lynne’s roots are located in the same white Southern Christian gospel as redneck rock.

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Heart & Soul & a Whole Lot More: An Interview with Shelby Lynne

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.

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Shelby Lynne: Just a Little Lovin'

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.

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Shelby Lynne: The Definitive Collection

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.

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