Shelby Lynne Signs With Capitol
A new album, "Identity Crisis," the first she has written and produced entirely herself, is due Sept. 16.Shelby Lynne has signed to Capitol Records, Billboard Bulletin reports. A new album, "Identity Crisis," the first she has written and produced entirely herself, is due Sept. 16.
Lynne's last set, "Love, Shelby," was released in November 2001 on Island/Def Jam and has sold 84,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. The singer won a Grammy for best new artist for her 2000 set "I Am Shelby Lynne."
The lone tour date on Lynne's schedule is Oct. 11 in Los Angeles. As previously reported, the artist makes a guest appearance on her sister Allison Moorer's live album, "Show," due June 24 from Universal South. Lynne and Moorer team up for the tracks "Is Heaven Good Enough For You," "Bring Me All Your Loving," and "Going Down."