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Lucinda Williams Bio.
Lucinda Williams was born January 26, 1953. She is an American rock, folk, and country music singer and songwriter as well. A three-time Grammy Award winner, Lucinda Williams was named " America's best songwriter" by Time magazine in 2002.
Lucinda Williams was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana, the daughter of poet and literature professor Miller Williams. Her father worked as a visiting professor in Mexico and Chile and different parts of the American South, before settling at the University of Arkansas. His daughter showed an attraction for music at an early age, and was playing guitar at 12.
By her early 20s, Lucinda Williams was playing publicly in Austin, Texas and Houston, Texas, concentrating on a folk-rock-country blend. Lucinda Williams moved to Jackson, Mississippi in 1978 to record her first album, for Smithsonian/Folkways Records. Titled Ramblin' on My Mind, it was a set of country and blues covers. Lucinda Williams followed it up in 1980 with Happy Woman Blues, which consisted of her own material. Neither album got much attention.
In the 1980s Lucinda Williams moved to Los Angeles, California, where -- performing both backed by a rock band and in acoustic settings -- she developed a following and a critical status. Nevertheless, it was not until 1988 that Rough Trade Records released the self-titled Lucinda Williams. The single "Changed the Locks", about a broken relationship, established radio play around the country and gained music fans among music insiders, including Tom Petty, who would later cover the song.
Its follow-up, Sweet Old World (Chameleon, 1992), was a sad album dealing with themes of suicide and death. Lucinda William’s major success during the early 1990s was as a songwriter. Mary Chapin Carpenter recorded a bowdlerized cover of "Passionate Kisses" (from Lucinda Williams) in 1992, and the song turned out to be a smash country hit for which Williams received the Grammy Award for Best Country Song in 1994.