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Shelly Fairchild

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Shelly Fairchild (born August 23, 1977) is an American singer/songwriter. She was born in the small town of Clinton, Mississippi to a musical family where everyone sang. She began performing at an early age in church and later in her high school's show choir, Attaché (which also featured Lance Bass from the pop supergroup, *NSYNC). Fairchild studied communications, theater and music at Mississippi College and subsequently starred in local stage shows including Grease (musical) and Always Patsy Cline. She also traveled with the national touring company for Beehive: The 60's Musical where she performed the songs of several icons from the designated decade including Brenda Lee, Connie Francis, and Grace Slick.

In 2003, Fairchild signed to Columbia Records of Nashville. 2005 saw the release of her debut album Ride which includes the singles "You Don't Lie Here Anymore", "Tiny Town" and "Kiss Me" (which she performed on the Late Show with David Letterman). She toured extensively in support of the album including a coveted opening spot on Rascal Flatts' sold-out Here's to You tour which also featured Blake Shelton.

In 2007 Fairchild has been working on a solo project with acclaimed songwriter and producer, Stephony Smith. The pair worked together on Fairchild's first album and share song writing credits for, "Kiss Me", "Tiny Town" and "I Want To Love You" .


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