Born Shelby Lynn Moorer in Frankville, Alabama she is known as a singer, songwriter and actress. Growing up, her father, who worked as an English teacher and a juvenile corrections officer, played the guitar, while her mother was a singer.
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 been active in the music industry for some time.
In 2008, she released a Dusty Springfield tribute album called Just a Little Lovin'. She then started her own independent record label, called Everso Records, and released two albums: Tears, Lies and Alibis and Merry Christmas.
Lynne appeared on TNN's country music show Nashville Now in 1987. She soon landed a recording contract with Epic Records. Her first recording for Epic was a duet with George Jones, "If I Could Bottle This Up," which became a top-50 hit in 1988.
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Epic teamed Lynne with producer Billy Sherrill for her 1989 debut album Sunrise. The follow-up, 1990's Tough All Over, took more of a mainstream country direction, and 1991's Soft Talk found Lynne moving into country-pop. she won the ACM's Top New Female Vocalist in 1990.
Shelby's latest album, Revelation Road was released on October 18, 2011. Shelby wrote, recorded and produced the album, which included the single “Heaven’s Only Days Down The Road.” The track was tapped by NPR Music as the “Song of the Day” and the accompanying video was added by CMT.
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