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Country’s Merry Pranksters

However you classify what they do—American roots music, alt-country, Americana—Lucinda Williams, Steve Earle, and Dwight Yoakam are three of the most respected musicians in any genre, making a mark on generations of singer-songwriters. They are teaming up to hit the road this summer for the fittingly titled LSD tour (a hallucinogenic hat tip to their first names). The trio of Grammy winners spoke with EW about shared histories, favorite songs, and what fans who drop in on this run of shows can expect.

Where did the idea for the LSD tour begin?

YOAKAM It sprang forth from Steve and I bumping into each other in 2016. We were at a birthday bash and hadn’t seen each other for a few years. We were all talking, and I said, “Why don’t

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