Lucinda Williams

Lucinda Williams

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Lucinda Williams -- guitar

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Lucinda Williams released one of the most critically acclaimed albums of her career with The Ghosts of Highway 20.

Lucinda Williams

Lucinda Williams released one of the most critically acclaimed albums of her career with The Ghosts of Highway 20.

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Lucinda Williams handpicks songs from her prolific back catalog and performs them with her band as we spend the hour on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11am.  KCRW thanks  The Village  for recording this live session

Lucinda Williams

Lucinda Williams handpicks songs from her prolific back catalog and performs them with her band as we spend the hour on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11am. KCRW thanks The Village for recording this live session

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