Lucinda Williams is a unique American singer and songwriter in that she covers the three genres of rock, country, and folk. Born in Lake Charles, Louisiana in 1953, she recorded her first albums in 1978 and 1980 with “Ramblin’” and “Happy Woman Blues”. Her breakthrough album was released in 1998, called “Car Wheels on a Gravel Road”, and received a Grammy Award for best Contemporary Folk Album. Other successful albums included “World Without Tears” (2003), “West” (2007), and “Little Honey” (2008), which hit numbers 18, 14 and 9 respectively on the US Billboard.

Her first hit single “Passionate Kisses”, which came from her 1988 album “Lucinda Williams”, was reason for her first Grammy Award for Best Country Song in 1994. She also won the 2001 Grammy for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for her single “Get Right with God”. In the fall of 2007, Lucinda played series of shows in Los Angeles and New York, dedicating five nights in each city and performing her entire catalog of albums.

Panic! At The Disco Headlines Friday Tickets On Sale
New concerts heading on sale today run the gamut of genres once again, though rock appears to have a resounding influence. Panic! At The Disco lead the way with over two dozen shows scheduled on their Pray For The Wicked Tour, which runs through July and August. 3 Doors... Read more
Chris Brown, Comedians Rule Wednesday Tickets On Sale
The mid-week batch of new tickets on sale is dominated by Chris Brown’s Heartbreak On A Full Moon tour after yesterday’s official tour announcement. Nearly a dozen shows will hold a presale today, including Brown’s July visit to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center and T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Other top... Read more
Market Heat Report: NFL Sales Still Strong
Once again, post-weekend sales reflect the enthusiasm of football fans, with twelve games in the Top 20. Three of those games took place yesterday, including Redskins vs. Raiders in the top spot, Eagles vs. Giants and Patriots vs. Texans. One game tonight- Cardinals vs. Cowboys at University of Phoenix... Read more
Market Heat Report: Kansas City on Fire
For those who came of age in the early 2000s, the Kansas City Royals were a bit of a punch line. But that’s no longer the case. KC has taken the MLB marketplace by storm this season, with at least one game in the Market Heat Report every day this... Read more
Market Heat Report: It’s Dave Grohl’s World
The Foo Fighters are literally all over the TicketNetwork Top 20 sales from Thursday, June 29th, as the rockers take the No. 1 spot, and then nine others, dominating the marketplace on the day with fall events across the country. Dave Grohl’s crew is joined in the Top 5... Read more
Last year, singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams performed special shows in both New York and Los Angeles, where she played five of her classic albums — one album per night — over a five-night run. This year, Williams will treat her fans in New York and Chicago to another special series... Read more
How do fans spell relief during these tight economic times? It just might be L-U-C-I-N-D-A. Three-time Grammy winner Lucinda Williams is offering fans attending her concerts a standing credit at her merchandise table. “I cannot, in good conscience, sit back and watch my fans get blatantly gouged,” said Williams... Read more
Lucinda Williams, Conor Oberst & The Mystic Valley Band, The Avett Brothers, Bat for Lashes and Los Campensinos! have been added to the bill for the second Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival set for August 28-30 in San Francisco’s historic Golden Gate Park. The previously announced headline acts... Read more
Grammy Award-winning musician Lucinda Williams is laying down some dates for a U.S. tour early in 2009. The singer-songwriter’s itinerary currently opens with a February 19 show at the House of Blues in Dallas, TX, and has dates booked through March 13 at Flynn Center for the Performing Arts... Read more
Today’s recap includes family friendly shows, tour extensions and more as compiled by TicketNews on October 10, 2008. Our top story today concerns the latest members of the music industry to enter the political realm. Quintessential hip-hop rockers the Beastie Boys are launching a three-show tour of some key... Read more