The American band have been playing together since the early 90s, and they are now celebrating 25 years in the business, having grown musically around a variety of sounds and influences that have made it impossible to peg them in any one genre. They have just released their new album: For Love Often Turns Us Still.
The SON Estrella Galicia season will feature a concert by the Nashville band, fronted since the early 90s by songwriter and guitarist Kurt Wagner.
Lambchop are celebrating a quarter of a century on the stage, having become a landmark of the American music scene. A twenty-five year career that has given us some gems such as Nixon and Is a woman, with a back catalogue that has proved impossible to pigeonhole. Alternative country, rhythm'n'blues, and rock are just a few of the styles the band has turned their hand to, without committing fully to any of them.
Following on from the release of their album Mr. M. in 2012, Lambchop's eleventh record, they are now bringing out For Love Often Turns Us Still, a new album for which Wagner's group has taken inspiration from the everyday sounds of their native Nashville.
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