Created and raised in the tiny city of Clinton, MS, Shelly Fairchild was raised in a music family members where everyone sang. After getting her first acoustic guitar at age six, her aspiration to be always a country vocalist was set. Quickly she was performing at college music occasions, community features, and condition fairs, and contending in talent contests. At Mississippi University she majored in marketing communications and theatre while earning a in music. She made an appearance in regional stage productions of Constantly Patsy Cline, Grease, and Godspell, and was an associate of a nationwide touring business for the musical Beehive. In 2001 she shifted to Nashville, where she hoped her fiery stage display and effective, blues-inflected tone of voice (not forgetting her rock and roll & move attitude) would attract some interest. It do. Fairchild agreed upon with Columbia Information Nashville, and her initial single, “YOU DO NOT Lie Right here Anymore” (created with Sonny LeMaire and Clay Mills), premiered past due in 2004, with another Fairchild primary, “Tiny City,” helping it. Her debut full-length, Trip, made by veteran Pal Cannon and guitarist Kenny Greenberg, noticed discharge early in 2005 on Columbia.