Lucinda Williams

NYC is a Guitar Town

by Alisa Ali

We here at WFUV have been HUGE fans of Steve Earle for many years now. We've been lucky enough to have him in our studios a couple of times; most recently back in 2009 when he released his album, "Townes" a musical tribute to his late friend and mentor, Townes Van Zandt. You can hear that Words & Music Session with Steve Earle in our archives.

Holiday Cheer 2012: Spotify Playlist

by Rita Houston

The artists who've signed on to play the Holiday Cheer for FUV benefit this year are not only great artists in themselves, they happen to make some beautiful music together. Not only have they played together in various combinations, but you could shuffle up their songs and have a heck of a mix.

So why not make a heck of a mix? Here it is through Spotify:

Question of the Day: Who?

by Morning Show

Lucinda Williams is headling this year's FUV Holiday Cheer. But who else is performing? Well, you'll have to stay tuned to find out as we make the announcement later this morning. So today's question of the day is about songs that ask the question, "Who?" And in case you miss the big announcement, subscribe to our enewsletter to receive all updates about FUV and Holiday Cheer! Here's what we played:

Men at Work - "Who Can It Be Now?"

Bo Diddley - "Who Do You Love?"

Lucinda Williams - Words and Music - 2007

by Claudia Marshall
Photo by James Minchin III
Being called 'America's Best Songwriter' by Time Magazine remains a weight on Lucinda Williams' shoulders, but she carries it and the trials of her life to date by writing songs. The latest collection is called 'West,' and recently Claudia Marshall spoke with Lucinda about the new material, and why the album feels like her best yet.