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Lyle Lovett is an American singer/songwriter. While typically associated
with the country genre, his music is broader in
scope. His albums typically incorporate folk, swing, blues, jazz, and
gospel music as well as more traditional country styling.
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Lyle Lovett has won four Grammy Awards, including Best Country Album (1996 for The Road to Ensenada), Best Country Duo/Group with Vocal (1994 for "Blues For Dixie" with Asleep at the Wheel), Best Pop Vocal Collaboration (1994 for "Funny How Time Slips Away" with Al Green) and Best Country Male Vocal (1989 for Lyle Lovett and His Large Band).
Away from music, Lyle Lovett has acted in a number of films, including three directed by Robert Altman - "The Player" (1992), "Short Cuts" (1993) and "Pret-a-Porter" (1994) - and "The Opposite of Sex" starring Christina Ricci. More recently, he has acted in "The New Guy" (2002). His television acting forays include "Mad About You" and "Dharma & Greg".