Lucinda Williams returns to London to play two special nights at Royal Festival Hall.
Performing two contrasting sets over the two nights, Williams plays a combination of classics and original material from albums past and present, showcasing the full range of her talent.
Over the course of a recording career that's now in its fourth decade, the Louisiana-born singer has navigated terrain that spans country, R & B, jazz and blues with adventure and imagination, establishing a reputation as one of bluesrock's most uncompromising and consistently fascinating writers and performers.
Fresh from San Francisco, singer-songwriter Bhi Bhiman is set to open both nights of A Weekend With Lucinda Williams. He performs from his debut Tummy Touch album, 'Bhiman', an album that's been described by Paste Magazine as 'a spirited, multi-cultural stylistic stew blending soul, vintage country, West African folk and hippie-fied bluegrass.' One gets the impression that he'll be singing his stories for a very long time to come.
'What a voice... full-bodied and brawny but delicate' New York Times