Lucinda Williams previews new songs on website

The singer-songwriter’s album is due out in February

Lucinda Williams previews new songs on website
Lucinda Williams is previewing four tracks from her forthcoming album on her record label’s website.

‘West’, The star’s first studio LP in three years, will be released in the US on February 13 via Lost Highway Records.

Tracks from the record can be heard at losthighwayrecords.com.

The singer-songwriter will hit the road in support of her new album in March.

The tour dates are:

Tucson Arizona Rialto (March 6)
Albuquerque New Mexico Kimo (7)
Austin Stubb's (9)
Dallas Granada (10)
Tallahassee Florida Musical Moon (13)
Jacksonville Florida Theater (16)
Atlanta Tabernacle (17)
Asheville North Carolina Thomas Wolfe (18)
New York Radio City Music Hall (23)
Boston Orpheum (24)
Northampton Massachusetts Calvin Theatre (25)
Albany New York Hart Theater (27)
Harrisburg Pennsylvania Forum (28)
Nashville Ryman Auditorium (30)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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