Lucinda Williams survived the past two decades as the consummate music-industry underdog, a favorite among critics but a nobody with the masses. Her songs, marked by a mind-set of observation, were covered by fellow musicians--most notably Mary Chapin Carpenter's hit with "Passionate Kisses"--but it seemed Williams never got the kind of commercial recognition reserved for lesser, more... More >>>
"I still have the same friends," Lucinda Williams says. "I still hang around the same people. I still go out to bars and see bands play. I do the same things I always did."