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Tuesday, July 19
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The soulful roots-rock that helped Williams win three GRAMMY Awards, including one for her hit “Passionate Kisses,” has brought Lee equal praise and stardom, with the two recently collaborating on his 2011 album, Mission Bell. Lucinda Williams won 3 GRAMMY Awards, including Best Contemporary Folk Album for Car Wheels on a Gravel Road (1998). Paste magazine calls her latest recording, Blessed (2011), a masterful album in which “this gifted and mature writer pens a resonant batch of songs that get at every nuance of her empathy, to immensely powerful effect.”

Described as the male counterpart to Norah Jones, Amos Lee draws on jazz, folk, and soul to produce a sound that is as soothing as it is inspiring. Released in January 2011, Mission Bell—which includes an appearance by Lucinda Williams—topped several charts, including the Billboard 200.

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