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Shelley Laine | Born Again American

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Born Again American

by Shelley Laine

Shelley Laine is singer songwriter who delivers a blend of country-crossover and pop
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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In the course of her music career, Shelley Laine has established herself as a hard working artist willing to go the extra mile. Shelley has put numerous songs on the charts, been nominated by New Music Weekly DJs as Best Female Artist, featured on GAC, Country Crossroads, and in magazines: Country Weekly and Country Music Today. Shelley’s efforts and charting singles gave her the distinction of being one of the highest ranked independent artists in country music.

About Born Again American.
In 2011, Shelley developed the concept for a modern American anthem, building from a theme of someone who is discouraged with her life, is stuck in the dregs of poverty and rediscovers the American Dream. In early 2012, Laine took the concept to “rags to riches” Horatio Alger winner Jim Keyes, and the two began writing lyrics. Once that was done, Shelley flew to Nashville and completed the song with one of the Nation’s preeminent song writers: Byron Hill. The resulting song is sure to become part of the mainstream of Americana culture.

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