Lucinda Williams Stars In New Video For The First Time In Over Three Decades With “Rock n Roll Heart”

Nashville, TN – Three-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, and now author Lucinda Williams has released a new video for “Rock n Roll Heart,” the title track from her critically acclaimed new album Stories from a Rock n Roll Heart (Highway 20 Records/Thirty Tigers). The new clip marks the first time in over three decades that Williams has starred in one of her videos, the last being 1988’s “Passionate Kisses” from her highly revered album, Lucinda Williams (aka The Rough Trade Album). The video was directed by Neilson Hubbard and Joshua Britt.

Released on June 30th, Stories from a Rock n Roll Heart is Williams’ first album since suffering a stroke in 2020. The album received high praise from the media, including a feature segment on CBS Sunday Morning. Williams was the subject of major features in publications that include Rolling Stone, Billboard, Relix, The FADER, SPIN and many more.

Last week, Williams was named one of Forbes’ “50 over 50,” the third annual celebration of women making their greatest impact at age 50 and beyond. The list is produced in partnership with Mika Brzezinski of MSNBC’s Morning Joe and her Know Your Value initiative. Williams is featured in the “Lifestyle” category that includes Jamie Lee Curtis, Patti LaBelle, Annie Leibovitz, Katie Couric, Judy Blume, and many other prestigious authors, designers, CEOs, filmmakers, innovators, and influencers.

In April, Williams released her long-awaited memoir, Don’t Tell Anybody The Secrets I Told You (Crown, a division of Penguin Random House LLC). The memoir debuted at #5 on The New York Times Bestsellers and she was featured on the cover of The New York Times Sunday Styles. Williams was also featured at Vanity Fair, NPR All Things Considered, The Associated Press, Esquire and more, including a sit-down appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers in April.

Lucinda Williams Fall Tour Dates
October 7 – Nashville, TN – The Ryman Auditorium
October 8 – St. Louis, MO – The Sheldon Concert Hall
October 10 – Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theater
October 12 – Milwaukee, WI – Pabst Theater
October 13 – Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre
October 15 – Carmel, IN – The Palladium
October 17 – Ann Arbor, MI – Michigan Theater
October 18 – Toronto, ON – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
October 19 – Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre
October 21 – Boston, MA – Orpheum Theatre
October 22 – Glenside, PA – Keswick Theatre
October 24 – Tysons, VA – Capital One Hall
October 27 – New York, NY – Beacon Theatre
October 28 – Albany, NY – The Egg (Hart Theatre)
October 29 – Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Center For The Arts