Lucinda Williams, Guitar, Lead Vocals
Hailing from Lake Charles, Louisiana, Lucinda Williams has made her mark on American music since 1978.
With11 albums, three Grammy Awards and fifteen Grammy nominations, she is a force to be reckoned with.
Bookended by sell out shows, this one in San diego’s Observatory North Park (North Park Theatre) was a dynamic show that featured something from practically every album in her discography. By the end of the show, she had the audience rocking out.
Opening for Lucinda Williams was he Kenneth Brian band from Alabama who performed with a hook laden set of new music from their album “Welcome to Alabama”. A true “Southern Rock” album, produced by widely respected Johnny Sandlin, producer to a list of stars too numerous to mention
1. Something Wicked
2. Bleeding Fingers
3. Right in Time
4. Drunken Angel
5. Those Three Days
6. Big Mess
8. Cold Cold Heart
9. I Look at The World
10. Lake Charles
11. World Without Tears
12. Are You Down
15. Change The Locks
16. Little Rock Star
20. Honey Bee
21. Sweet Side
22. Righteously23. Get Right With God
24. Keep on Rockin’ in the Free World (Neil Young cover)
If you missed this show, check out her schedule:
2/23 & 2/25 The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA
2/26 The Glass House, Pamona, CA
2/28 The Regent Theater, Los Angeles, CA
3/1 The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA
3/3 & 3/4 The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA
3/6 Lobero Theatre Santa Barbara, CA
3/7 & 3/8 McCabe’s Guitar Shop Santa Monica, CA SOLD OUT!
3/27 Trustees Theater, Savannah, GA SOLD OUT!
6/6 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO
Stuart Mathis, Guitar.
Currently based out of Nashville, he is formerly from Anchorage Alaska. A stellar guitar slinger, he also adds producer and songwriter to his prodigious skillset. He holds down lead guitar for The Wallflowers, as well as playing with Jakob Dylan. A short list of recording projects include Sarah Bareilles, Leann Rimes, Anna Nalick, Chris Isaak, Lee Ann Womack and Miranda Lambert.
’64 Gibson SG Special
’63 Gretsch G120
’64 Gibson ES-355
’70’s Gibson Les Paul w/Bigsby
Teisco Del Rey
David Sutton, Bass Guitar
Originally from Tucson, AZ, David can boast a long line of projects including: Roland Orzabel, Tracey Chapman, Stan Ridgeway, Liz Phair, Tears For Fears, Melissa Etheridge, Ben Harper and currently on tour with Lucinda Williams.
He is always in demand for session work, film and televison projects and producing songwriters.
’60’s Fender Precision
’60’s Old Kraftsman(Kay Co.)
’70’s 3/4 size Kay Upright
Butch Norton, Drums.
A classically trained drummer/percussionist, his credits are far too numerous to mention, but s short list would include Rufus Wainwright, Fiona Apple, Lisa Germano, Michael Miller,Tracy Chapman, Michael Penn and of course LA Indie rock band Eels.
Drums: Pork Pie Percussion