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Wednesday, February 29, 2012 – Shelby Lynne's new video, Heaven's Only Days Down the Road, gets its world premiere today on Yahoo! Music. The clip is from her CD "Revelation Road," weaving footage and photos from her chldhood.

The murder ballad is based on a true story.

Lynne, who is currently touring Europe, will launch the spring leg of her solo acoustic tour on March 22 in Portland, Maine. The disc is the third album released on her own independent label, EVERSO Records.

Tour dates are:

March 22 Portland, ME One Longfellow Square

March 23 Londonberry, NH Tupelo Music Hall

March 24 Fall River, MA Narrow Center for the Arts

March 25 Northampton, MA Iron Horse Music Hall

March 28 South Orange, NJ South Orange Performing Arts Center

March 29 Fairfield, CT StageOne

March 30 Albany, NY Swyer Theater

March 31 Westhampton Beach, NY The Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center

April 3 Wilmington, DE World Café Live

April 5 Norfolk, VA The Naro

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