Loudon Wainwright III’s latest album, 'Lifetime Achievement' establishes his singular talent as our foremost six-string tragicomedian, not only undiminished but hitting new heights. Pre-order available on Amazon.
Watch the video for "Lifetime Achievement" the title track from the new album out on August 19th on StorySound Records.
Read the Full Rolling Stone Article HERE.
In honor of the centennial of James Joyce’s ULYSSES, Loudon was part of the Thornwillows Bloomsyear reading series and participated in the First Chapter -Telemachus.
Check out the first eight episodes: https://bit.ly/3xkgry4
Calling all Dublin fans -- join Loudon on Sunday, September 11th, 2022 at the Liberty Hall Theatre for his return to Dublin after two long years.
Over a dozen artists from StorySound Records got together to record Paul Williams’ “Dangerous Business” from the Elaine May film Ishtar. The entertaining new version of “Dangerous Business” is a tribute to May’s and Williams’ comic genius, as well as a showcase for a group of brilliant musicians singing their hearts out and reveling in the joys of the enduring power of song to bring us together.
Loudon continues to tour in 2022 and travel back to some of his favorite U.S. cities!
Full tour itinerary here: 2022 US Tour Dates
New tour dates added!
Special Link to watch the exclusive performance of The Great Unknown - A Tribute to George Gerdes
Loudon Wainwright III pays a musical tribute to his best friend, the singer-songwriter and actor George Gerdes, who died earlier this year. This exclusive performance features friends and admirers of Gerdes, including Suzanne Vega, Terre Roche, Steve Forbert, Wesley Stace, Dave Hill, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, Harry Shearer and more.
Link here: https://vimeo.com/529843322
Hal Willner and Loudon had a piece of this Sea Chantey thing years ago. From "Rogue's Gallery," 2006.
"Here’s a new song I wrote and recorded with Ana Egge it's called "This Time" and was released yesterday, 1/12/21, on StorySound Records it’s a protest song, “protest” in the sense of stating or asserting forcibly and was written in response to this summer’s national public demonstrations radiating from the murder of George Floyd, there’s much more I could say about it, but better to let the song speak for itself. " - Dick Connette
Listen to Loudon Wainwright III's interview with Terry Gross on Fresh Air about his newest album, "I'd Rather Lead a Band."
Local station times vary, but you can catch the interview on NPR online: https://www.npr.org/programs/fresh-air
Hey Gang- We just realized there was a glitch in the packaging of “I’d Rather Lead A Band “ and the page that credits the songwriters was not included in the CD booklet . I am going to burn in hell for this screwup and am doing everything in my power to sort it out but in the meanwhile here is the missing page for those of you who have bought the album already. Enjoy!-Loudon
Judy Carmichael's Jazz Inspired - Listen to Loudon's interview session with Judy Carmichael on NPR.
Tune in Sunday, October 25, at 8:00 PM to 8:35 PM on 90.7FM in New York, or wfuv.org, on Cavalcade with host Paul Cavalconte.
Loudon plays songs from his new album "I'd Rather Lead a Band", plus a couple of new "pop up" compositions.
Available on LW3.com, signed copies of CDs and LPs of "I'd Rather Lead A Band".