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Lynne joins the Turkey Day parade

Friday, November 4, 2011 – Shelby Lynne will appear in the live broadcast of the 85th Anniversary Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade from New York City.

Riding on the Marion-Carole Showboat float, Lynne will perform Ain't Nothin' Like Christmas, an original song from her first-ever holiday album, "Merry Christmas." This year's parade, which also features such artists as Rodney Atkins, Mary J. Blige, Cobra Starship and Cee Lo Green, will air nationwide on NBC-TV on Thursday, Nov. 24.

The song ships to radio later this month. Lynne's newest album, "Revelation Road," was released this fall.

Lynne's current North American solo acoustic headlining tour will wrap up on Nov. 17 in Clearwater, Fla. The remaining dates are as follows:

Nov. 5-6 Philadelphia, PA Tin Angel

Nov. 7 Annapolis, MD Rams Head On Stage

Nov. 8 Alexandria, VA Birchmere

Nov. 10 Charlottesville, VA Southern Music Hall

Nov. 12 Shelby, NC The Don Gibson Theatre

Nov. 14 Decatur, GA Eddie's Attic

Nov. 17 Clearwater, FL Capitol Theatre

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