Shelby Lynne (born Shelby Lynn Moorer, October 22, 1968, Quantico, Virginia) is an American singer and songwriter. The success of the 1999 album I Am Shelby Lynne led to her winning the Grammy Award for Best New Artist, even though she had, by that time, been active in the music industry for some time. She released a Dusty Springfield tribute album called Just a Little Lovin' in 2008. Since then she has started her own independent record label, called Everso Records, and released three albums: Tears, Lies and Alibis, Merry Christmas, and Revelation Road. Lynne is also known for her distinctive contralto voice.
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Revelation Road 2011
Reviewed by Andrew Mueller
The closest Lynne has got to where she should always have been.
Reviewed by Nick Barraclough
Effortlessly convinces you she’s lived this stuff, and means every word.
Just A little Lovin' 2008
Reviewed by Tim Nelson
Lynne has substantially raised the stakes for country, pop and r&b here.
Identity Crisis 2003
Reviewed by Maud Hand
Her lyrics evoke an atmosphere that's tender yet resigned to life's bitter-sweet regrets.