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Lyle Lovett sits down with Kyle Meredith to go deep into his new album, twelfth of June, and his profession as a multi-genre artist.
The Texas-born musician talks about protecting Nat King Cole, the current retirement of his long-standing duet associate Francine Reed, and being in a transitional level in his profession. Lovett then takes us into how his new album hits on changing into a father for the primary time as he hit 60, in addition to his summer time tour with pal Chris Isaak and their previous hijinks.
Lovett additionally touches on some Paul Reiser appreciation, performing with Donny Wahlberg on Blue Bloods, and the time he met Tom Waits in the course of the “Useless Man Strolling” live performance.
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