Lucinda Williams tickets

Lucinda Williams Tickets

Lucinda Williams tickets

Lucinda Williams Support: Shovels & Rope O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London

Sunday 3rd September 2017

Lucinda Williams De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea

Monday 4th September 2017
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Lucinda Williams is an award winning country folk singer. Drawing on rock and blues influences her melancholic story telling can be raw or tempered with her own honky tonk style.

Born on January 26th 1953, Williams showed an affinity for music from an early age and began to pen her own songs at only six years old. By the age of 12 she began to play the guitar and began to play in front of live audiences as a teenager with her friend Clark Jones.

She began playing as a solo artist in her twenties recording and releasing her first album Ramblin’ On My Mind in 1978 followed two years later by her second album Happy Woman Blues.

However, it wasn’t until the release of Lucinda Williams in 1988 that she began to really succeed. Released by the legendary Rough Trade label, the album peaked at Number 39 in the States.

To date she has released thirteen albums such as the ever popular records West, Blessed and Little Honey.

She has won three Grammy Awards out of fifteen nominations including “Best Country Song” for Passionate Kisses in 1993, “Best Contemporary Folk Album” for Car Wheels On The Gravel Road in 1999 and in 2002 she won “Best Female Country Vocal Performance” for the song Get Right With God from the album Essence.

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The Ghosts Of Highway 20 was released at the beginning of February 2016. Well produced the music resonates with a warm tone, belying the subject matters the songs explore. With titles like “Bitter Memory”, “If My Love Could Kill” and “Death Came” there is a clear interest in delving into weighty themes. But the songs are resplendent rather than maudlin or self-indulgent.
Embracing a wide range of ideas, the record in blusey, embraces modern rock and a highly developed style of story-telling folk that only comes through true experience.
Rolling Stone gave it 4/5 Stars, describing it as Williams “Grappling with morality on a stark emotionally raw alt-country masterpiece


Summer of 2016 sees Lucinda Williams play some amazing headline shows at Union Chapel in London on Thursday 23rd of June and Plug in Sheffield on Wednesday 13th of July.

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