Articles tagged lyle lovett

7 Jun 2011 // 9:50 AM

Lyle Lovett with John Hiatt, think about it

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — As you might suspect from some of the songs he’s given the world — “That’s Right (You’re Not From Texas),” “She’

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Lyle Lovett & John Hiatt: 22 January 2011 - New York

Two songwriting giants shared the stage Saturday night.

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When he’s not making music, Lyle Lovett spends his time horsing around

Lyle Lovett sounded as giddy as the character in his “If I Had a Boat” song who envisions “me upon my pony on my boat.”

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Lyle Lovett and his Large Band: 4.Nov.09 - New York

Lyle Lovett and his Large Band: 4 November 2009 - Beacon Theatre, New York / Words and Pictures by Thomas Hauner

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Lyle Lovett and His Large Band

Though gospel was dominant, Lovett is through and through a cowboy. There was a point—either during “Cowboy Man” or “Cute as a Bug” —when cosmopolitan New Yorkers breached a realm where violins cease to be called violins (fiddles) and distinction is measured in liquid volume (ten gallons).

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Lyle Lovett and His Large Band: Its Not Big, Its Large

Lovett cements his status as one of our best and offers further proof that popular American songcraft is a thriving art. This seamless album is one for the ages.

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	Lyle Lovett: My Baby Don’t Tolerate

The fiddle and piano lines that open Lyle Lovett‘s newest album, My Baby Don’t Tolerate, offer an immediate indication of what Lovett has

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13 Mar 2003 // 10:00 PM

	Lyle Lovett: Smile:  Songs from the Movies

In a recent interview with Dan Aquilante of the New York Post Online, Lyle Lovett explained the rationale behind his most recent album, Smile: Songs

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	Lyle Lovett, Step Inside This House

Texas troubadour Lyle Lovett’s latest album offers up an interesting concept—2 CDs of cover songs from a myriad of Texas songwriters who have influenced

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//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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