Lucinda Williams Announces Concerts in Missoula and Bozeman

Grammy award winning Americana artist Lucinda Williams will return to Montana in 2024, performing at The Wilma in Missoula on Sunday, July 7th and The ELM in Bozeman on July 9th.

Lucinda Williams, hailed as one of the most gifted storytellers in contemporary Americana music, has captivated audiences around the world with her raw, emotive vocals and evocative songwriting. Her self titled album is regarded as an Americana classic and features “Passionate Kisses,” which garnered Williams her first Grammy Award for Best Country Song in 1994.

Her gold certified album Car Wheels on a Gravel Road earned her a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album and included the Grammy nominated single “Can’t Let Go.” The album was also ranked No. 426, on Rolling Stone‘s “500 Greatest Albums of All Time.” In 2002, she won Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for the single “Get Right With God.”

Her list of achievements is truly remarkable, including being ranked as the 79th greatest songwriter of all time by Rolling Stone.

Don’t miss this living legend perform live in Montana — get your tickets soon!



GROOVE PRESALE: A limited amount of Groove Presale tickets will be available ONLINE ONLY (while supplies last) from 10am, Wednesday, May 8th to 10pm, Thursday, May 9th. A password will be provided via email after completing the sign up form below. PLEASE NOTE: Logjam Gift Cards cannot be used for presale purchases. Learn how to purchase tickets with your Logjam gift card here.

PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets go on sale Friday, May 10th at 10am and will be available to purchase in person at Logjam Presents Box Offices and online while supplies last.

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About Lucinda Williams

Lucinda Williams’ music has gotten her through her darkest days. It’s been that way since growing up amid family chaos in the Deep South, as she recounts in her candid new memoir, Don’t Tell Anybody the Secrets I told You. Over the past two years, it’s been the force driving her recovery from a debilitating stroke she suffered on November 17, 2020, at age 67. Her masterful, multi-Grammy-winning songwriting has never deserted her. To wit, her stunning, sixteenth studio album, Stories from a Rock n Roll Heart, brims over with some of the best work of her career. And though Williams can no longer play her beloved guitar – a constant companion since age 12 – her distinctive vocals sound better than ever.

“I’m singing my ass off,” she told Vanity Fair in February, following her first European tour since 2019. The love emanating from audiences and her musical family onstage and in the studio exemplify the healing power of music, says Williams. In 2020, she spent a week in intensive care, followed by a month in rehab before returning home. The blood clot on the right side of her brain impaired the left side of her body’s motor skills, forcing her to relearn some of the most basic of activities, like walking. In July 2021, she played her first gig, opening for Jason Isbell at Red Rocks. She began seated in a wheelchair, but soon she was upright. “Just the energy of the audiences being so welcoming and warm and the band playing so great and being so supportive gave me so much strength,” Williams relates. “I figured, ‘Hell, all I have to do is stand up there and sing. How hard can that be?” Continue reading..