November 3

Over 37 Years of Great Country Music from Lyle Lovett

Lyle Lovett is a country singer, songwriter, record producer and actor born in Klein, Texas on November 1, 1957. Kick-starting his career in 1980, his works are best remembered for the numerous awards he has received. Starting with his record of 13 albums and 25 singles, Lovett has carefully etched his name in country music history.

Before he achieved massive success in the world of music, Lyle Lovett first frequented small bars a few blocks from the A&M campus, his alma mater. There, he performed solo acoustic sets.

Aside from releasing several albums and singles, Lovett earned the 10th spot on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for his song, Cowboy Man. Not only that, he was also awarded by the Grammys with Best Male Country Vocal Performance in 1989 for Lyle Lovett and His Large Band, Best Country Album in 1996 for The Road to Ensenada, Best Pop Vocal Collaboration in 1994 for his duo with Al Green in Funny How Time Slips Away, and Best Country Duo/Group With Vocal in 1994 for his collaboration with Texas-based swing group, Asleep at the Wheel in performing Blues for Dixie.

Music isn’t the only artistic field that Lovett is good at. He is also known as an amazing actor. In fact, he has a long list of films for his acting portfolio. Among the films where he has contributed his notable acting skills include Dr. T & the Women (2000), Cookie’s Fortune (1999), Bastard Out of Carolina (1996), Prêt-à-Porter (1994), Short Cuts (1993), and The Player (1992). He worked as a composer for the play Much Ado About Nothing and even played that part of Balthazar in 2010 at The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles. In live television, Lovett was invited to perform The Star-Spangled Banner at both the 1995 Major League All-Star Basketball Game as well as the 2010 World Series. Due to his immense talent in performing, the Texas Commission on the Arts deemed him as the Texas State Artist Musician in 2011.

Having such great talent as Lyle Lovett be part of country music history is such a blessing and an honor. Cheers to 60 years of a well-lived life and over 37 years of nothing but pure, jaw-breaking talent!


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