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Tuesday, August 30 2011

Hot Licks and Fast Cars: The John Hiatt interview

Iconic songwriter John Hiatt talks cars, blues, love , 9/11 and his excellent new album Dirty Jeans and Mudslide Hymns.


Reviews

Wednesday, January 15 2014

John Hiatt: Here to Stay: Best of 2000-2012

John Hiatt is a master, a genius at his art, and here’s hoping that the title of this collection is tellingly prescient in its choice of title.


Wednesday, September 26 2012

John Hiatt: Mystic Pinball

John Hiatt's lyric-writing prowess is as strong as ever on his latest,Mystic Pinball, but the album's polished mix of country, rock and blues never offers any surprises.


Thursday, August 4 2011

John Hiatt: Dirty Jeans and Mudslide Hymns

There are no surprises on this latest album, his twentieth, other than the fact that Hiatt's still able to deliver the goods. Considering how much has happened since his first album back in 1974, this is nothing short of amazing.


Wednesday, March 17 2010

John Hiatt: The Open Road

A legendary songwriting rascal keeps his rambling spirit (and knack for melodies) alive with a new set of songs about moving on.


Monday, June 2 2008

John Hiatt: Same Old Man

Hiatt ages with ease, and leaves us with a handful of wonderful stories from the same old man.


Blogs

Thursday, January 27 2011

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

Two songwriting giants shared the stage Saturday night.


News

Thursday, August 4 2011

John Hiatt returns to L.A. with a new album and his mind on big cars

LOS ANGELES — For a long time in rock 'n' roll, musicians who allowed their music to be used in advertising risked sullying their artistic credibility.


Tuesday, June 7 2011

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's Leaving Me Because


Friday, January 21 2011

Lyle Lovett is back on the road with fellow troubadour John Hiatt

Since his self-titled debut album in 1986, Lyle Lovett has established himself as a distinctive voice in American music — a lanky Texan with a mischievous grin


Tuesday, February 10 2009

Despite his troubled past, John Hiatt remains a rugged romantic

John Hiatt doesn't croon a love song with spit and polish any more than he writes one with generic sentimentality. But make no mistake, he


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