Lucinda Williams announces 2022 concert in Orlando

Lucinda Williams announces 2022 concert in Orlando


Wednesday 17 November 2021

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by Matthew Muir day Wednesday 17 November 2021 in a 2:17 pm

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Country and American lead Lucinda Williams is hitting the hard road early next year, and that includes a two-day stint in Florida in February with dates in Jacksonville and Orlando on deck.

Williams makes headlines with both the Ponte Phaedra Concert Hall in Jacksonville on Wednesday, February 23, 2022, and the Plaza Hall live here in the beautiful city on Thursday, February 24. History at the Capitol Theater in Tampa Bay on March 5.)

Williams will receive an AMA-UK International Lifetime Achievement Award in London in January, but we don’t think she’ll let that honor go to her head. expect boldness And Songs from the album 2020 Angels are the best of souls.

Tickets for the Lucinda Williams show on Thursday, February 24th at Plaza Live are on sale through AXS.


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