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Lynne goes deluxe, live

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 – Shelby Lynne will release a special deluxe edition of "Revelation Road" on Oct. 16 on her own EVERSO Records.

In addition to the original record, the collection will include a second disc, "Live At McCabe's," marking Lynne's first-ever live album, plus a Live in London DVD featuring Lynne's concert shot at Union Chapel, London on Feb. 25 and a DVD containing Jason Harter's exclusive documentary on the making of "Revelation Road," one limited edition picture postcard, and five bonus acoustic tracks.

"Live At McCabe's' was recorded on May 19, the final night of a sold-out two-night stand. Although it is included in the deluxe edition of "Revelation Road," the 18-track "Live At McCabe's" can also be purchased on its own, in digital format only, beginning Oct. 16.

Between The Rows, a previously unreleased song, is one of five bonus acoustic tracks included in the deluxe edition of "Revelation Road." Also featured are stripped-down, previously unreleased versions of I'll Hold Your Head and Heaven's Only Days Down The Road (songs that appeared on "Revelation Road"), That's What It Means (a song that was exclusive to the vinyl edition) and It Ain't Your Land Mama (a song that was an iTunes exclusive). Each of the five bonus tracks will be accompanied by stories from Lynne's life, written in her own words and told in the frank manner that's a hallmark of her live shows.

"Revelation Road - Deluxe Edition" songs are:

Revelation Road
1. Revelation Road
2. I'll Hold Your Head
3. Even Angels
4. Lead Me Love
5. The Thief
6. Woebegone
7. I Want To Go Back
8. I Don't Need A Reason To Cry
9. Toss It All Aside
10. Heaven's Only Days Down The Road
11. I Won't Leave You
12. I'll Hold Your Head (bonus acoustic track)
13. It Ain't Your Land Mama (bonus acoustic track)
14. Heaven's Only Days Down The Road That's What It Means (bonus acoustic track)
15. That's What It Means (bonus acoustic track)
16. Between The Rows (bonus acoustic track)

Live At McCabe's songs are:
1. Revelation Road
2. Lead Me Love
3. I'll Hold Your Head
4. I Don't Need A Reason
5. Even Angels
6. Woebegone
7. The Thief
8. Heaven's Only Days Down The Road
9. Jesus On A Greyhound
10. Leavin'
11. Old Dog
12. Johnny Met June
13. 10 Rocks
14. Life Is Bad
15. Tarpoleon Napoleon
16. Your Lie
17. Where I'm From
18. Iced Tea

Lynne will perform at The Bluebird Café on Thursday, Sept. 27, as the venue celebrates its 30th anniversary. Additional fall tour dates will be announced shortly.

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