Back in the s, when she was a newcomer in Nashville, she was labeled a problem child in a company town that only pretends to love mavericks. Then she picked up some other labels -- commercial disappointment, studio hard case, party girl -- and there were whispers about her past, especially the lurid death of her parents back in Alabama when she was Now the people surrounding Lynne are pulsing with excitement that her breakthrough may be here. On Jan. Her handlers hope that Lynne, like Norah Jones or Amy Winehouse, will cut through with a sound that is both of the moment but also a valentine to the past. Nothing would make Lynne happier than to live in a flintier analog age.
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Shelby : Pink is my signature color. Shelby : I am going to be very, very careful, nobody is going to be hurt or disappointed or even inconvenienced. M'Lynn : Least of all Jackson, I'm sure. Shelby : You're jealous, because you no longer have a say so in what I do and that drives you up the wall. You're ready to spit nails because you can't call the shots. M'Lynn : I did not raise my daughter to talk to me like this. Shelby : Yes, you did.
Shelby Lynne Talks Sexuality In New Interview: 'I Think Everybody's Gay'
Shelby Lynn. Autobiographical song is the title track of the California transplant's new album, due in May. Her first album, Sunrise. There's a great cut on here called, "Where Does It Hurt? It should've been a huge hit, but she was just as unappreciated than as she is now.
Her latest album may have been titled " Revelation Road ," but Shelby Lynne has always been tight-lipped about discussing her personal life in public -- until now, that is. The year-old country star recently sat down with The Boot writer Stephen L. Betts in what just may be her most intimate interview yet , even touching on her sexuality which has been the subject of rampant media and fan speculation.