With a style blending country western, blues, classic American folk and rock influences, the only thing more distinctive than Lyle Lovett’s hair is his musical style.
Sporting a coif second in size only to TV’s Marge Simpson, Lovett has become one of the most recognizable and distinguished artists in modern music. Incorporating aspects from all elements of the rootsy American musical culture, though his music always draws heavily on Texas-based sounds. Whether playing folk, blues or pop, the dust of the prairie sticks to Lovett’s work, giving it a distinctly western sound.
Lovett Received a “Best Contemporary Folk Album” Grammy nomination for his double album Step Inside This House, a collection covers songs that proved to be highly influential on the songwriter. Not surprisingly, most songs originate from Texan songwriters, from Guy Clark to Walter Hyatt. Continue reading