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- Three songs charted from this album; these were "Walls (Circus)" (featuring Lindsey Buckingham); "Climb that Hill"; and a song written by Lucinda Williams, "Change the Locks."
- The album's singles were "Walls (Circus)" (featuring Lindsey Buckingham), "Climb that Hill", and a song written by Lucinda Williams, "Change the Locks".
- In 1999, he appeared on Return of the Grievous Angel: A Tribute to Gram Parsons, singing a duet of the title track with Lucinda Williams.
- She toured the US as a support act to Lucinda Williams and later supported Emmylou Harris on the Australian leg of that artist's tour.
- McLagan is featured prominently on the Lucinda Williams double album Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone, which was released 30 September 2014 on her own label, Highway 20 Records.
- Lucinda Williams commented on Cline's vocal talent in helping define her legacy, stating, "Even though her style is considered country, her delivery is more like a classic pop singer... That's what set her apart from Loretta Lynn or Tammy Wynette. You'd almost think she was classically trained."
- Grammy Award-winning alternative-country star Lucinda Williams was married on stage following a performance at First Avenue in 2009.
- In 2018, Yoakam embarked on the LSD Tour with Lucinda Williams and Steve Earle.
- In 2007, he appeared with Lucinda Williams on West.
- The single "I Want to Be in Love" was nominated for the Best Rock Vocal Performance, Female (losing to Lucinda Williams).
- "Passionate Kisses", a cover of fellow singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams's 1988 song, was the album's third single.
- The sixth and final cover song, "Lonely Girls" by Lucinda Williams was released on August 10, 2018.
- He also played on Lucinda Williams's Car Wheels on a Gravel Road album.
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