Some of the songs on Lucinda Williams’ latest album, “The Ghosts of Highway 20,” reflect on the loss of her parents. “Writing for me has always been very therapeutic and cathartic,” she says. “When you’ve lost both of your parents, that’s a pretty heavy thing.” Williams performs on Sunday at Crossroads KC.
Some of the songs on Lucinda Williams’ latest album, “The Ghosts of Highway 20,” reflect on the loss of her parents. “Writing for me has always been very therapeutic and cathartic,” she says. “When you’ve lost both of your parents, that’s a pretty heavy thing.” Williams performs on Sunday at Crossroads KC. David McClister David McClister
Some of the songs on Lucinda Williams’ latest album, “The Ghosts of Highway 20,” reflect on the loss of her parents. “Writing for me has always been very therapeutic and cathartic,” she says. “When you’ve lost both of your parents, that’s a pretty heavy thing.” Williams performs on Sunday at Crossroads KC. David McClister David McClister
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