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More about Lucinda Williams.
Williams was born in Lake Charles, LA, on January 26, 1953. Her father was Miller Williams, a literature lecturer and published poet who passed on not only his love of words, but also of Delta blues and Hank Williams. The family moved frequently, as Miller took teaching posts at colleges roughly Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, Arkansas, and even Mexico City and Santiago, Chile. Meanwhile, Lucinda discovered folk music (especially Joan Baez) through her mother and was galvanized into trying her own hand at playing and writing songs after hearing Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited.
Immersed in a college surroundings, she was also exposed to '60s rock and more challenging singer/songwriters like Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell. She started performing folk songs openly in New Orleans and during the family's sojourn in Mexico City. In 1969, she was ejected from high school for refusing to say the Pledge of Allegiance, and she spent a year working her way through a interpretation list supplied by her father before leaving home.
Williams delivered her next album, Essence, in 2001, after a moderately scant wait of just three years. An meditative collection, it often found Williams taking a simpler, more minimalist lyrical approach and was greeted with ecstatic reviews in most quarters. The track "Get Right With God" won Williams her third Grammy, this time for Best Female Rock Vocal, which further consolidated her credibility as a singer, not just a songwriter. Paring down the time between album releases even further, Williams returned in 2003 with World Without Tears, which became her highest-charting attempt to date when it debuted in the Top 20.
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