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It was a joyful noise that lifted the spirits of all in attendance.
I laughed and I cried as Lyle told stories and sang his songs with a voice like a velvet field, smooth as silk and rough as gravel, depending on the requirements. The sound in the room would be that of 13 musicians blowing and strumming and kicking it out, or as subtle as Lyle gently
Lyle gave the stage over to a couple of band members to share their originals. Guitarist Keith Sewell shared his song, Sweet Magnolia, and fiddle player Luke Bulla played The Temperance Song. At this point Lyle, Luke
This show filled my heart with a warm glow that few others have. Lyle’s gentle approach at performing makes it clear that he loves what he does and truly appreciates his audience. Try as I did I could not compile a complete list of players in this show. I got most of them, but I cannot go without acknowledging the contributions of Francine Reed. Near the
At times it felt like I was in a living room listening to friends’ play, at other times it felt like a giant dance hall, and then, you were off to church.
“I’ve been fortunate all of my life to do what I love to do and that is a blessing that you folks have bestowed upon me.” – Lyle Lovett
That’s right, you’re not from Reno, but Reno wants you anyway!
Pants Are Overrated
You’ve Been So Good Up To Now
Cute As A Bug
My Baby Don’t Tolerate
I Know You Know
Gee, Baby, Ain’t I Good To You?
Straighten Up And Fly Right
I’ve Been To Memphis
Nothing But A Good Ride
Nobody Knows Me
Sweet Magnolia – Keith Sewell
The Temperance Reel – Luke Bulla
Anyhow, I Love You
I’ll Fly Away
If I Had A Boat
She’s No Lady
Wild Women Don’t Have The Blues
That’s Right (You’re Not From Texas)
Here I Am
White Freightliner Blues