Shelby Lynne

Norah began her set in the shade of quiet, slow-tempo pieces: "Sleeping Wild" and her lyrics-penned cover of jazz great Horace
For someone on the verge of unleashing a vast reservoir of wrath for public consumption, singer-songwriter Allison Moorer sounded downright chipper, much like Rayna James on the night last year when the fictitious country music star of Nashville swept the imaginary version of the CMA Awards.
"I don't feel that electronic music is "my thing." I know it's what I've done all my life, but I still feel slightly removed from it somehow. But I think it's good for music in general.'
I personally was saddened by the iconic producer/engineer/mastermind's recent passing not only because I kind of bonded with him during our two interviews together, but also because his sonic fingerprints are all over so much of the music I grew up on.
Read the full interview with Lynne here. "I've been around the world and back so many times, I think everybody's gay. Everybody's
I have to admit that I was nervous and a little starstruck going into my interview with Shelby Lynne. And like with most musicians, I had the sense she'd rather be making music than sitting around talking about it.
"Moonlight (A Vampire's Dream)," yes, was inspired by the Twilight series. The song is featured on Stevie Nicks' latest album In Your Dreams. Its video presented here for HuffPost's Stevie Nicks and Twilight fans to savor to the last drop (frame).
Singer-songwriter Allison Moorer talks about her new album,Crows, the impending birth of her first child and the state of country music.