New York Times Review + An Exclusive First Listen on Grammy.com For “Thanks”
“Call Me Up,” Indie Artist Shelby Lynne’s New Video, Premieres Exclusively On Huffingtonpost.com Today
“CALL ME UP,” INDIE ARTIST SHELBY LYNNE’S
NEW VIDEO, PREMIERES EXCLUSIVELY ON HUFFINGTONPOST.COM TODAY
New Song Is From Her Forthcoming EP, Thanks
Digital And Physical Release Of Thanks EP Now Set For December 10
On The GRAMMY® Winner’s Own EVERSO Records
Shelby Lynne will release Thanks, a five-song EP, on November 19. The collection is her latest release on EVERSO Records, the independent label she founded in 2010. Thanks features five brand new songs written and produced by the iconic artist, who won a GRAMMY® award following the release of her breakthrough album, I Am Shelby Lynne, in 2000.
Transcript of the Shelby Lynne chat that took place last Wednesday at 9pm pst.
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.
Shelby Lynne will give an exclusive Facebook and Twitter Q&A on Wednesday Sept. 18th, at 9pm PST / 5am GMT.
SL’s version of “Brother Where Are You” is available now on “Sweet Relief III: Pennies From Heaven”
I was in Nashville, freshly married and freshly signed to CBS record in 1988…Billy Sherrill had been informed to check me out on Nashville Now- a show then that aired on The Nashville Network, where I got my start…
I am forever thankful that I had the chance to work with one of music’s greatest record producers, Phil Ramone. He could tell a story like none other-he made me calm as I tried to render some of the greatest songs ever written when he produced my Dusty record…my heart aches this morning as I think about him, the times we had and the wonderful contributions he created and left us with. I believe I’ll go do something I hardly ever do- listen to my own record- that Phil Ramone produced…RIP my friend.
Shelby Lynne’s Mountain Stage performance will be aired on March 29 on NPR Stations across the country.
Get to know Shelby Lynne a little better with a tour through her record collection. (Video)