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Title - 'Two Lane Town'
Artist - J.D. Shelburne

For those not in the know, in the last few years, JD Shelburne has become one of Kentuckyís fastest rising stars, with album credits, countless shows, a loyal fan base, charity work that has raised thousands of dollars - and a list full of accolades that sets Shelburne apart from the rest.

Country artist Shelburne grew up on a tobacco farm in Taylorsville, KY, a tiny town southeast of the Ohio River near Louisville KY. At age 19, he found a guitar after the death of his grandmother and began learning to play and sing on his own.

By his sophomore year of college, he had found a few gigs at some local bars in the Louisville/Lexington, KY area and developed a fan-base that eventually landed him on some of the biggest stages in the business, opening for some of the nationís hottest stars.

Released this past July 28th, 2018 via his own independent record label, Two Lane Town is Shelburne's brand new album.

1. 'Born For This'
2. 'Good Ol' Boy Good Time'
3. 'She Keeps Me Up Nights'
4. 'One Less Girl'
5. 'Young Again'
6. 'Stuck In My Memory'
7. 'Lovin' On A Dirt Road'
8. 'Superman'
9. 'Make It That Far' (Bonus Track)

Kicking things off with the vibrant 'Born For This,' he backs that up seamlessly with both the summer spirit of 'Good Ol' Boy Good Time' and the heartfelt ballad 'She Keeps Me Up Nights.' The mid-tempo ballad 'One Less Girl' is next and is followed by the feisty, fist-pumpin' anthem 'Young Again.'

Another couple of ballads are up next in both 'Stuck In My Memory' and the mid-tempo 'Lovin' On A Dirt Road,' with the low slung appeal of 'Superman' completing the set. On an album that feels overly slanted toward the aforementioned ballads, another one, 'Make It That Far', is tacked on as a "bonus track."

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