#MusicalMemories: Uncle Lucius

Uncle Lucius recently released their awesome fourth studio album The Light, which showed their ability to fuse Americana driven rock with a folk sensibility. From the honest lyrical content to the hooky melodies, it proved itself the finest of their recordings to date. To celebrate with them, you can join the audience flocking to their live UK shows later this year, but in the meantime we caught up with them to take them on a trip down musical memory lane.

What song reminds you most of your childhood?

“You can call me Al” by Paul Simon.

Which song inspired you to become a musician/singer?

“Poncho and Lefty” by Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard. (Originally written by Townse VanZandt)

Which song do you wish you had written?

“Hands on the Wheel” by Will Callery. You may know it from Willie Nelson’s “Red Headed Stranger” album.

Which artist/band has been the most inspirational to you?

Willie Nelson

Which song/album currently dominates your attention?

The album “Night Surfer” by Chuck Prophet, specifically the tune “Ford Econoline”.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?

I’d like to do an album with Willie Nelson and have Quincy Jones produce it.

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