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Jacki Evans Presents! An Evening with Grammy Winner Shelby Lynne!
Wednesday, April 4, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM (EDT)
Fredericksburg, United States
Olde Silk Mill
April 4, 2012
Doors 7p / Show 8p
Free parking, Alcohol served, Food available by Ben's BBQ.
With the critical success and recognition of "I Am Shelby Lynne" she was awarded the Best New Artist GRAMMY® in 2000 – after nearly 13 years in the business. "Love, Shelby" was released in 2001, followed by a pair of intimate, self-produced albums – "Identity Crisis" (2003) and "Suit Yourself" (2005).
She made her acting debut in 2005, playing Johnny Cash's mother in the Fox Searchlight motion picture Walk the Line. "Just a Little Lovin’", her critically acclaimed tribute to Dusty Springfield, was released in 2008.
Never one to go with the crowd, Shelby continues to stand apart from the mainstream music world. She recently founded her own label, EVERSO RECORDS.
"Revelation Road" – Shelby’s most personal record yet – was released on October 18, 2011. She wrote, recorded and produced the album, which leads off with the title track and first single, “Revelation Road,” a stirring reflection on reckoning and redemption. Lynne will be touring North American this fall.
Shelby will be performing songs from her highly anticipated and critically acclaimed new release "Revelation Road"
The LA Times writes:
"This is as completely solo an effort as is humanly possible, short of firebrand singer-songwriter Shelby Lynne hand-delivering each copy to those who buy it. She wrote, sang, played all the instruments and produced the album, and in this case, it’s no idle affection or ego display. Her songs chart a harrowing path through solitude, isolation, alienation, abandonment and murder-suicide, topics Lynne has been forced to learn all too thoroughly.
On previous releases, she has flirted with facets of the childhood tragedy in her past; she and her younger sister, singer-songwriter Allison Moorer, were at home when their father shot their mother to death, then turned the gun on himself. But she’s never tackled it such a head-on way and in such astonishing depth as she does on “Revelation Road,” a pathway that doesn’t reach understanding so much as acceptance out of absolute necessity.