Singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams still remembers when she first hit the music scene in Nashville and LA and was told she was “too rock for country” and “too country for rock.”
Many albums later, the three-time Grammy winner is up for a fourth for her album “Little Honey.”
She’s found love, and a voice all her own. This hour, On Point: a conversation with alternative country-rocker, Lucinda Williams.
Lucinda Williams joins us from Burbank, California. Time Magazine has called her “America’s best songwriter.” Her latest CD, “Little Honey,” has been nominated for a Grammy Award for best Americana album.