Little Honey Debuts in Billboard Top 10
Little Honey, the new Lost Highway release from three-time Grammy Award-winner Lucinda Williams debuts in the Top 10 (#9 position) on the Billboard Top 200 chart marking the highest position on any of the acclaimed singer/songwriter’s previous nine releases. Williams’ Grammy-nominated 2007 release West (Lost Highway)¸ debuted at #14 and had the previous distinction of being her highest charting. Released on October 14, Little Honey is the most eclectic collection Williams has released in a recording career that began in 1978.
FOUR STARS given to Little Honey by Rolling Stone & Spin
THREE 1/2 STARS given to Little Honey from People, USA Today, LA Times
“…LITTLE HONEY is Lucinda Williams at her best.” Rating: 92 Phenomenal - Paste Magazine
“…it's her most rocked-out set to date, and also her happiest.” - Philadelphia Inquirer
“Lucinda Williams checks in with her most electrifying new release since ‘Car Wheels on A Gravel Road’…” - Arizona Republic
“You'll catch yourself smiling a lot — laughing, even. On balance, it contains some of the most joyful music of her career…” - Associated Press
On October 28, two weeks after the release of Little Honey, Williams will release a politically-charged, digital only, four-song Live EP titled Lu in 08. The EP will feature three covers and one Williams original. The tracks will be Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It’s Worth,” Bob Dylan’s “Masters Of War,” Thievery Corporation/Flaming Lips collaboration “Marching The Hate Machines” and the unreleased “Bone Of Contention.” The three covers were recorded live in Greensboro, NC in September 2007 and “Bone Of Contention” in Milwaukee, WI of July 2008.