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Lucinda Williams Announces Car Wheels on a Gravel Road 20th Anniversary Tour

Lucinda Williams has announced a tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of her acclaimed, Grammy-Award-winning, Steve Earle-produced 1998 album Car Wheels on a Gravel Road. The…
Winston Cook-Wilson / August 20, 2018

Hear Alynda Segarra Cover Lucinda Williams’s “Drunken Angel” for Upcoming Blaze Foley Film

Blaze Foley is a great country songwriter from Austin who released precious little music before he was murdered in 1989. But his cult has grown…
Andy Cush / August 9, 2018

Robert Plant Announces North American Tour With Support From Sheryl Crow, Lucinda Williams, Jim James, and More

Barely three days after the conclusion of a North American tour in support of his 2017 album Carry Fire, Robert Plant has announced yet another string of dates…
Arielle Gordon / March 5, 2018

Lucinda Williams Is Working on a Memoir

The New York Times reports that legendary country-folk singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams is writing a memoir. The still-untitled book is set for release in 2020 via Henry…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 12, 2018

Laurie Anderson, ANOHNI, Mark Kozelek, Lucinda Williams, and More Sing ‘Love Songs of Lou Reed’

Lincoln Center's Out of Doors concert series hosted a day-long tribute to late Velvet Underground frontman and quintessential New York rock star Lou Reed yesterday. Musician…
Anna Gaca / July 31, 2016

Lucinda Williams Looks Back on Every Album She’s Ever Made

Lucinda Williams has been around long enough to remember when she couldn't get a record deal because she was deemed "too rock for country" and…
Dan Weiss / February 25, 2016

Review: Lucinda Williams Drives Around Her Old Haunts on ‘The Ghosts of Highway 20′

Give Lucinda Williams' new album The Ghosts of Highway 20 even a cursory listen and it's quickly apparent the veteran songwriter has death on her…
Brittney McKenna / February 3, 2016

Lucinda Williams, ‘Blessed’ (Lost Highway)

"Good luck findin' your buttercup," Lucinda Williams sings with a sigh to begin her tenth album, setting a good-riddance-to-wishy-washy-boyfriends tone that applies to many of…
David Menconi / March 1, 2011

Vic Chesnutt: When the Bottom Fell Out

Last Christmas, Vic Chesnutt delivered on the promise of a career's worth of haunting, darkly comic songs and took his own life. David Peisner talks…
David Peisner / June 11, 2010

New Albums from Keane, Chris Cornell, and 9 More!

Here's a rundown of the new albums available online and in record stores today: Keane, Perfect Symmetry Wimpy balladeers experience a rush of blood to…
SPIN Staff / October 14, 2008

The 20 Best Albums of 1998

The 20 best albums of 1998, ranked by the SPIN editors. [This list was originally published in the January 1999 issue of SPIN.]…
SPIN Staff / December 31, 1998