Roots icon Lucinda Williams has introduced a brand new memoir popping out subsequent spring. Titled Don’t Tell Anybody The Secrets I Told You, Williams’ ebook will probably be out April 25 and can look again at her childhood (she lived in 12 completely different locations by the age of 18). She’ll additionally recount her rise to fame and the recording of landmark albums corresponding to 1992’s Sweet Old World, 1998’s Car Wheels On A Gravel Road, and 2014’s Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone.
According to her writer, Crown, Williams “reveals the inspirations for her unforgettable lyrics, including the doomed love affairs with ‘poets on motorcycles’ and the gothic Southern landscapes of the many different towns of her youth, including Macon, Lake Charles, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans.”
“For decades now, I’ve shared my innermost thoughts and experiences via my songs,” Williams mentioned in a press release. “After years spent toying with the idea, I’ve decided to finally tell my stories more fully. But this won’t be a sugar-coated memoir; I want people to really see the truth of my life.”
Don’t Tell Anybody the Secrets I Told You will probably be out 4/25 through Crown. Pre-order it right here.