“…if some critics described Williams as “the female Bob Dylan,” they may have been oversimplifying things (Townes Van Zandt might be more apt), but the parallels were certainly too strong to ignore.” — Steve Huey, allmusic.com
“Like Austin itself, Lucinda Williams has long bent country poetry to her own needs, creating a folksy sound part rock, part blues, and all heart..” — The Austin Chronicle
“At an age when many artists choose to play it safe, Lucinda Williams remains a brave and restless creative force, whose best work, remarkable as it may seem, may lie ahead of her.” — John Mitzger, The Music Box
“The crowd loved it…no one left disappointed–except maybe about the fact that Lucinda wasn’t in town every night.” — Juli Thanki, The 9513
Proclaimed “America’s best songwriter” by Time Magazine, Lucinda Williams has been writing and singing her unique brand of music, a mixture of folk, rock and country that is nearly impossible to categorize for 30 years…and she just gets better. Since her last appearance here in February 2006 she has released two stellar albums: West (2007) and Little Honey (2008). It’s great to have her back.