Posted on 24 Oct 2010
In a recent interview, Claire Lynch notes that she has been fortunate to collaborate on veteran country singer Patty Loveless' "Bluegrass, White Snow" record which she remarks as a "beautiful experience. Her husband, Emory Gordy, is a really great producer and has a beautiful disposition. I was really honored and I think that was a beautiful project."
Lynch further adds that "Patty and Emory sent me flowers after I won the IBMA award. She's a classy lady."
Posted on 22 Oct 2010
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Posted on 21 Oct 2010
by Lisa Torem
Shhh. Don't tell. I just discovered that I'm a stone cold, country music fan. But, if it weren't for Patty Loveless and her natural ability to sing her heart out, I wouldn't have had a clue. Her second, Friday evening performance, October 15th, at Chicago's Old Town School, was heart-felt and compelling. The fans sitting next to me, though, had already figured that out a long time ago.
I won't pretend that I knew all the lyrics to the rousing, infectious chorus of "Blame it On Your Heart," though the other audience members clearly did. They lost me after the "lyin' and cheatin'" phrase, which the seven-piece band played at a machine-gun pace.
Loveless was in grand company. Mandolin, electric guitar, fiddle, steel guitar and dreamy harmonizing enhanced her superb selection of songs. Her opening number, "The Night's Too Long", a cover by Lucinda Williams, instantly set forth a tender tone.