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Lucinda Williams's illustrious career is credited to the craftiness with which she nurtures her albums to fruition. The Grammy-Award winner hasn't had the commercial success of other famous country artists, however, she has received critical praise and her stage presences is unparalleled. Lucinda Williams tour dates are currently schedule nationally to cater to her adoring fans. In addition to touring, Lucinda Williams recently released her tenth studio album, Blessed, in 2011. Don't miss a date on the Lucinda Williams concert schedule (2011); Use Eventful as your source for Lucinda Williams tour dates and performance information.
The Louisiana native's creativity was fostered in an artful and intellectual home. Williams's father, Miller Williams, is an award-winning contemporary poet who brought his daughter along with him through his different visiting professorships around the American South and Mexico. Lucinda Williams' songwriting abilities were albeit aided by her poetic father who fostered her inclination towards writing and to playing the guitar. Lucinda Williams's first concert performance was in Mexico City when she was only 17-years-old. Lucinda Williams' concert performances were scheduled throughout the '70s where she played alt-country music in honky-tonks and local taverns throughout Texas before moving to Mississippi. She released her debut album, Ramblin', in 1978 and her sophomore album, Happy Woman Blues, in 1980; both of which went largely unnoticed.
Lucinda Williams recorded and toured throughout the '80s until she finally reached critical success with a Grammy Award in 1994. Her single "Passionate Kisses" from her 1988 self-titled album, was covered by Mary Chapin Carpenter in 1993 and earned Williams a Grammy for Best Country Song. Williams reached moderate commercial success with her fifth album, Car Wheels on a Gravel Road, which appeared on the Billboard 200 and earned Williams a second Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album. Williams earned a Gold plaque for the effort and Lucinda Williams tour dates were scheduled alongside folk-icon Bob Dylan to support the album. Williams followed up in 2001 with Essence, which earned her third Grammy-Award and solidified her as an anomaly in contemporary country music.
Lucinda Williams continued to tour and record viable albums throughout the decade. Her songwriting capabilities and her craftsmanship earned her the title of "America's Best Songwriter" by Time magazine in 2002. In 2007, Lucinda Williams tour dates were scheduled on two five-night concert events in New York and Los Angeles where Williams performed all of her songs on the consecutive tour dates. She released a Live album from her tour date at the famed Filmore in 2005 and she released her only top ten album to-date, Little Honey, in 2009. More recently, Williams released Blessed in 2011 and has been touring to promote the disc ever since. She is a storyteller above all-else, but also a gifted guitarist and singer. Don't miss a date on the Lucinda Williams concert schedule. Use Eventful as your source for Lucinda Williams tour dates and venue information.
It was bound to happen. And now it has. It shouldn't come as any
surprise that the advancements of modern science have reached the
music world and the ramifications are only the tip of the iceberg.
What I am referring to is the world's first genetically engineered
band. This will give new meaning to the term musical genome. A result
of a highly secret project that goes back to the 60's, all of the
members of Buick 6 were chosen at birth from a process which starts
with in a highly intensive nationwide screening process of millions of
newborns. The simplest way to describe it is to say that each baby's
DNA was carefully studied; first for the musical gene, then for how
their musical genetic makeup then interacted with others. In other
words, looking for the perfect musical match. Consider the number of
possible combinations, which are almost infinite; the odds are
staggering that it would come down to these four individuals
collectively now called Buick 6. Yes, it seems preposterous- almost
Ray Bradbury like in its concoction. It stunning to think it could be
And it isn't.
About as likely is that I own the Brooklyn Bridge and just put it up
on Ebay. My apologies if your leg feels pulled--all in good fun--which
was how this record was made. Far from being hatched in a petri dish
or under a microscope, this record was banged out in one week in an
exhiliarating burst of raw, improvisational creativity at ChessVolt studios in the
lovely San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, California. And yet, while
the above paragraph has not a shred of the truth, the point here is
that after you listen to this record you almost think it could be-
because the real chemistry between the four musicians is simply
undeniable. They hope you enjoy listening to it as much as they
enjoyed making it.
Dr. Tom Overby