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The harmonica plays the skeleton keys and the rain

tafttheatre:

John Hiatt & The Combo are joined by The Robert Cray Band on their upcoming summer tour!  What a great double bill!  Get your tickets while you can

John Hiatt - Nobody Knew His Name

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Bob Dylan and Pete Yarrow 

lillyhiatt:

Listen to my Dad and I on Music Business Radio on Nashville’s Lightning 100!

photo by Paolo Brillo
alex-atalante:

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Jakob Dylan and John Hiatt at the Americana Fest Awards.
americansongwriter:

John Hiatt: Terms of My Surrender
John HiattTerms of My Surrender(New West)4 out of 5 stars
“I can be rough/sometimes I can be tender,” sings John Hiatt on the title track of his twenty-sixth studio album and that’s a reasonable summation of both his career and recent output. The Midwestern singer/songwriter has been on a late life roll, releasing seven albums of original material in the past decade, each often shifting gears from the other. Here he scales down from his previous two harder, somewhat slickly produced offerings for his most blues oriented, organic collection. Longtime Combo backing band guitarist Doug Lancio handles production, recording Hiatt and his group live.
Click here to read the full review

americansongwriter:

John Hiatt: Terms of My Surrender

John Hiatt
Terms of My Surrender
(New West)
4 out of 5 stars

“I can be rough/sometimes I can be tender,” sings John Hiatt on the title track of his twenty-sixth studio album and that’s a reasonable summation of both his career and recent output. The Midwestern singer/songwriter has been on a late life roll, releasing seven albums of original material in the past decade, each often shifting gears from the other. Here he scales down from his previous two harder, somewhat slickly produced offerings for his most blues oriented, organic collection. Longtime Combo backing band guitarist Doug Lancio handles production, recording Hiatt and his group live.

Click here to read the full review

acey68:

Happy 62nd Birthday John Hiatt