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Born: November 1, 1957 Cause of Death:
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Director (feature film)

1.
Penguins (1994) as Director
A wacky assortment of famous people discuss and dress up as what else? They are serenaded by Lovett, the instigator of this madness.

Cast (feature film)

3.
For the Sake of the Song: The Story of Anderson Fair (2010)
For forty years, Houston's legendary folk and acoustic music venue, Anderson Fair Retail Restaurant, has fostered and nurtured some of the most important musical performers and songwriters in America including Grammy Award-winning artists Nanci Griffith, Lyle Lovett, and Lucinda Williams. Here, we l
4.
Open Road, The (2009)
Minor leaguer Carlton Garrett takes an unexpected road trip to track down his estranged father, legendary baseball player Kyle Garrett when Carlton's mother becomes sick. Knowing his charming yet painfully immature dad's likelihood to disappoint, Carlton enlists his on-again-off-again girlfriend Lu
5.
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007)
America loves Dewey Cox! But behind the music is the up-and-down-and-up-again story of a musician whose songs would change a nation. On his rock 'n roll spiral, Cox sleeps with 411 women, marries three times, has 22 kids and 14 stepkids, stars in his own '70s TV show, collects friends ranging from E
6.
New Guy, The (2002) as Bear
At Eastland High School, new guy Gil Harris is Mr. Popularity. Mysterious and charming, Gil has girls falling all over him and thugs scrambling to get his back. He's got Eastland High in the palm of his hand. But Gil's also got a secret. Not so long ago, at Rocky Creek High School, Gil, formerly
7.
Dr. T and the Women (2000)
Dr. Sullivan Travis is a man at the top of his game, a rich and successful Dallas gynecologist whose "religion" is women. In his immediate family and in his office, they surround him. He is loving and giving to each and every one at all times--he is their savior and would have it no other way. And a
8.
Cookie's Fortune (1999) as Manny Hood
In a small Mississippi town, Cookie Orcutt discreetly kills herself in order to join her late husband. But her uptight daughter can't stand the idea of a suicide in the family, and rearranges the evidence to seem like murder. The investigation of the alleged murder reveals hidden secrets about the p
9.
Breast Men (1998) as Research Scientist
Medical resident Kevin Saunders is bored with routine facial reconstructions and feels neither challenged or creative. When he finds himself alone one night, he accidentally catches sight of a buxom neighbor undressing in front of her window, and discovers that her cleavage is the result of stuffing
10.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) as Road Person
Journalist Raoul Duke and his lawyer Dr Gonzo drive from LA to Las Vegas on a drugs binge. They nominally cover news stories, including a convention on drug abuse, but also sink deeper into a frightening psychedelic otherworld. As Vietnam, Altamont and the Tate killings impinge from the world of TV
11.
Opposite of Sex, The (1998) as Sheriff Carl Tippett
Story of a highly-sexual teenage girl and her non-traditional family which takes a turn when she travels to South Bend, Indiana to live with her gay half-brother and his lover. She then proceeds to ruin her half-brother's life when she gets pregnant by his lover and then steals him away.
12.
Bastard Out of Carolina (1996) as Wade
Movie based on the best-selling novel of the same title, set in the 1950s, about a girl named Bone and her horrible childhood with an abusive stepfather and a mother who refuses to acknowledge any wrong-doing.
13.
Ready to Wear (1994) as Clint Lammeraux--Texas Cowboy Boot Mogul
Story revolves around the lives of 50 characters, including designers, models, editors, photographers, buyers and groupies during the days of the March Pret-A-Porter (Ready to Wear) high-fashion trade shows in Paris.
14.
Short Cuts (1993) as Andy Bitkower
Episodic narrative based on nine short stories and one poem by the late Raymond Carver, detailing the longings and thwarted lives of a disparate group of individuals in contemporary Southern California.
15.
The Player (1992) as Detective Delongpre
A rising producer tries to cover up the accidental killing of a screenwriter who was stalking him.
16.
Bill on His Own (1983) as Singer At Beach
Reprising the role that won him an Emmy Award in 1981, Mickey Rooney plays Bill Sackter, struggling to cope after his good friend and guardian, Barry Morrow and his wife (played again in small roles by Dennis Quaid and Largo Woodruff) move away, learning to read with the help of Teresa Wright in the

Music (feature film)

17.
Still Alice (2014)
18.
Still Alice (2014)
19.
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007)
America loves Dewey Cox! But behind the music is the up-and-down-and-up-again story of a musician whose songs would change a nation. On his rock 'n roll spiral, Cox sleeps with 411 women, marries three times, has 22 kids and 14 stepkids, stars in his own '70s TV show, collects friends ranging from E
20.
Everyone's Hero (2006)
A young boy finds himself at an extraordinary crossroads: He has a chance to be a hero--and make a difference against incredible odds--or he can play it safe. With faith in himself instilled by his family, he teams up with a sassy young girl and some off-the-wall sidekicks and embarks on a sometimes
21.
RV (2006)
The Munros are a typically American dysfunctional family, complete with rebellious, uncommunicative offspring and baffled parents. Patriarch Bob would like to remedy the situation before his son and daughter instant-message their parents out of their lives. Bob rents a motor home to take the clan on vacation but finds that camping and togetherness can be hazardous to one''s health.
22.
Interpreter, The (2005) as Song Performer ("If I Had A Boat")
Escalating events begin when African-born U.N. translator Silvia Broome alleges that she has overheard a death threat against an African head of state, spoken in a rare dialect few people other than Silvia can understand. With the words "The Teacher will never leave this room alive," in an instant,
23.
Interpreter, The (2005) as Song ("If I Had A Boat")
Escalating events begin when African-born U.N. translator Silvia Broome alleges that she has overheard a death threat against an African head of state, spoken in a rare dialect few people other than Silvia can understand. With the words "The Teacher will never leave this room alive," in an instant,
24.
Be Here to Love Me: A Film About Townes Van Zandt (2004) as Music
As a musician, Townes Van Zandt was legendary--perhaps one of the greatest who ever lived, inspiring artists from Bob Dylan to Norah Jones to Steve Earle. As a man, a husband, and a father his life was as tragic and as beautiful as the songs he wrote. Townes was an enigma to his family, pinned betwe
25.
Kissing Jessica Stein (2001) as Song ("Gee Baby, Ain'T I Good To You" (With Matt Rollings))
After an optimistic but nightmarish dating spree, neurotic New York journalist Jessica Stein happens upon an intriguing personal ad whose only drawback is that it's in the 'women seeking women' section. On a daring whim, she decides to answer it and, to her surprise, ends up instantly clicking with
26.
Dr. T and the Women (2000) as Music Producer
Dr. Sullivan Travis is a man at the top of his game, a rich and successful Dallas gynecologist whose "religion" is women. In his immediate family and in his office, they surround him. He is loving and giving to each and every one at all times--he is their savior and would have it no other way. And a
27.
Dr. T and the Women (2000) as Song Performer ("You'Ve Been So Good Up To Now" "She'S Already Made Up Her Mind" "Aint It Something")
Dr. Sullivan Travis is a man at the top of his game, a rich and successful Dallas gynecologist whose "religion" is women. In his immediate family and in his office, they surround him. He is loving and giving to each and every one at all times--he is their savior and would have it no other way. And a
28.
Where the Heart Is (2000) as Song Co-Producer & Performer ("What'D I Say")
Novalee Nation, 17 and very pregnant, has never been a part of a real home. The closest thing to family for the hard-luck teen is her selfish, would-be musician boyfriend Willy Jack, with whom she's traveling from Tennessee to California in a rust bucket that used to be a Plymouth. A bathroom stop e
29.
Dr. T and the Women (2000) as Guitar; Music
Dr. Sullivan Travis is a man at the top of his game, a rich and successful Dallas gynecologist whose "religion" is women. In his immediate family and in his office, they surround him. He is loving and giving to each and every one at all times--he is their savior and would have it no other way. And a
30.
Tumbleweeds (1999) as Song Performer ("Private Conversation")
Mary Jo Walker was married for the first time at age 17, and has since gone through three more husbands and numerous boyfriends. Everytime a relationship fails, the free-spirited Mary Jo takes to the road with her foul-mouthed, 12-year-old daughter, Ava, in search of a new home, new love and a new l
31.
Stuart Little (1999) as Song Performer ("Walking Tall")
A little guy with a big heart, Stuart searches for a sense of belonging and a place to call home in a decidedly supersized world. When he's adopted by the Littles, a human family, he embarks on adventures with a variety of characters and learns the family, loyalty and friendship. The Littles discover there is a little Stuart in all of us, the spunk, spirit and courage to be true to ourselves and follow our dreams despite the odds.
32.
Mumford (1999) as Song Performer ("Ballad Of The Snow Leopard" "The Tanqueray Comboy")
The story of a young psychologist who hangs out his shingle in a small town that, curiously, is also called Mumford. Dr. Mumford is soon dispensing no-nonsense therapy to an array of quirky locals who are won over by his genuine attentiveness and surprising frankness. Mumford's unusual style opens n
33.
Mumford (1999) as Song Producer/Performer ("Till It Shines")
The story of a young psychologist who hangs out his shingle in a small town that, curiously, is also called Mumford. Dr. Mumford is soon dispensing no-nonsense therapy to an array of quirky locals who are won over by his genuine attentiveness and surprising frankness. Mumford's unusual style opens n
34.
Tumbleweeds (1999) as Song
Mary Jo Walker was married for the first time at age 17, and has since gone through three more husbands and numerous boyfriends. Everytime a relationship fails, the free-spirited Mary Jo takes to the road with her foul-mouthed, 12-year-old daughter, Ava, in search of a new home, new love and a new l
35.
Clay Pigeons (1998) as Song Performer ("Teach Me About Love")
On a sweltering summer day in the sleepy town of Mercer, a comically hellish odyssey begins for easygoing gas station attendant Clay Bidwell. While drinking beers and shooting for target practice in the woods, Clay's best friend, Earl, turns his gun on Clay and accuses him of having an affair with h
36.
Hope Floats (1998) as Song
Birdee Pruitt seems to have it all. She's been married for years to her handsome highschool sweetheart, and has a brilliant and sensitive child. But when her picture perfect life comes crashing down around her--when her beloved husband dumps her on national tv--Birdee Birdee must start over. With no
37.
Hope Floats (1998) as Song Performer And Producer ("Smile")
Birdee Pruitt seems to have it all. She's been married for years to her handsome highschool sweetheart, and has a brilliant and sensitive child. But when her picture perfect life comes crashing down around her--when her beloved husband dumps her on national tv--Birdee Birdee must start over. With no
38.
Apostle, The (1997) as Song Performer ("(I'M A) Soldier In The Army Of The Lord")
After learning that his wife is sleeping with another man of the cloth, Euliss "Sonny" Dewey, a popular Pentecostal preacher of deep spiritual convition, commits a crime of passion and thusly, is forced to abandon his home, family, and church. Destroying all traces of his true identity, he takes to
39.
Nothing to Lose (1997) as Song Performer ("You'Ve Been So Good Up To Now")
After discovering his wife in bed with his boss, ad exec Nick Beam is carjacked while sitting at a stop light. Having "nothing to lose," Nick turns the tables and kidnaps the armed robber. Ultimately the two form an unlikely friendship when they try to exact revenge against Nick''s boss in an adventure filled with mistaken identity and hold-ups.
40.
Fathers' Day (1997) as Song Performer ("Ain'T It Something'" "Cowboy Man")
Jack Lawrence is a successful Los Angeles attorney. He''s got a good job, a lovely wife, a nice home, a great car--aside from a limited amount of patience, Jack has pretty much every thing he wants. Dale Putley has been on the brink of despair for so long that he''s starting to enjoy the view. A would-be writer scraping out a threadbare existence in San Francisco, Dale is a bundle of neuroses just waiting to unravel. Dale needs something to worry about in his life besides himself. Suddenly, before you can say "romance from the past," Jack Lawrence and Dale Putley, two complete strangers and polar opposites, are sharing a car, pooling their wits, and rethinking everything about themselves as they try to track down a teenage runaway that each believes might be his son.
41.
Nothing to Lose (1997) as Song
After discovering his wife in bed with his boss, ad exec Nick Beam is carjacked while sitting at a stop light. Having "nothing to lose," Nick turns the tables and kidnaps the armed robber. Ultimately the two form an unlikely friendship when they try to exact revenge against Nick''s boss in an adventure filled with mistaken identity and hold-ups.
42.
Fathers' Day (1997) as Song
Jack Lawrence is a successful Los Angeles attorney. He''s got a good job, a lovely wife, a nice home, a great car--aside from a limited amount of patience, Jack has pretty much every thing he wants. Dale Putley has been on the brink of despair for so long that he''s starting to enjoy the view. A would-be writer scraping out a threadbare existence in San Francisco, Dale is a bundle of neuroses just waiting to unravel. Dale needs something to worry about in his life besides himself. Suddenly, before you can say "romance from the past," Jack Lawrence and Dale Putley, two complete strangers and polar opposites, are sharing a car, pooling their wits, and rethinking everything about themselves as they try to track down a teenage runaway that each believes might be his son.
43.
Dear God (1996) as Song Performer And Producer ("Straighten Up And Fly Right")
A con artist who can't fathom the idea of an honest day's work, Tom Turner has tried every scam in the book. Then, while trying to pay off a gambling debt, he gets arrested attempting to sell tickets on an airline that hasn't flown since the '80s! Sentenced by a judge to get a job or go to jail, Tom
44.
Toy Story (1995) as Song Performer ("You'Ve Got A Friend In Me")
Woody, a traditional pull-string talking cowboy, has long enjoyed a place of honor as the favorite among six-year-old Andy's menagerie of toys. Quick to calm their anxieties about being replaced by newer arrivals, Woody finds his own confidence shaken, and his status as top toy in jeopardy, upon the
45.
It Could Happen to You (1994) as Song Performer ("She'S No Lady")
In lieu of a tip, a New York cop offers a recently bankrupt waitress half of his lottery ticket. It turns out to be the winning ticket and, much to the chagrin of his avaricious wife, the good-hearted officer decides to honor his pledge.
46.
Major League II (1994)
This sequel finds the members of the championship Cleveland Indians team headed towards finishing the season in last place after their off-season meanderings render them out-of-shape failures on the field.
47.
With Honors (1994) as Song Performer ("Blue Skies")
The true story of the relationships formed between a homeless man and students at Harvard University.
48.
It Could Happen to You (1994) as Song
In lieu of a tip, a New York cop offers a recently bankrupt waitress half of his lottery ticket. It turns out to be the winning ticket and, much to the chagrin of his avaricious wife, the good-hearted officer decides to honor his pledge.
49.
Major League II (1994)
This sequel finds the members of the championship Cleveland Indians team headed towards finishing the season in last place after their off-season meanderings render them out-of-shape failures on the field.
50.
Leap of Faith (1992) as Song Performer
A traveling evangelist con-man faces a crisis when he must perform a miracle for a handicapped boy.
51.
Leap of Faith (1992) as Song Arranger; Song Producer ("Pass Me Not")
A traveling evangelist con-man faces a crisis when he must perform a miracle for a handicapped boy.
52.
Switch (1991) as Song Performer ("You Can'T Resist It")
A male chauvinist dies and is reincarnated as a woman, thereby forcing him/her to endure the same sexist behavior he practiced as a man.
53.
Switch (1991) as Song
A male chauvinist dies and is reincarnated as a woman, thereby forcing him/her to endure the same sexist behavior he practiced as a man.
54.
State Of Grace (1990) as Song Performer ("I Loved You Yesterday")
A young man, who several years earlier left his Irish-American neighborhood and gang friends, returns to find himself drawn into the world of an Irish-American mob family, most of whom are all his old buddies.
55.
State Of Grace (1990) as Song
A young man, who several years earlier left his Irish-American neighborhood and gang friends, returns to find himself drawn into the world of an Irish-American mob family, most of whom are all his old buddies.
56.
Always (1989) as Song Performer ("Cowboy Man")
A downed pilot plays celestial wingman to his successor in love and flying.
57.
Always (1989) as Song
A downed pilot plays celestial wingman to his successor in love and flying.

Special Thanks (feature film)

58.
Bob Roberts (1992) as Special Musical Thanks
Story about the cultural hysteria surrounding a right-wing folk-singer-turned-politician who runs for the Senate in Pennsylvania. Ultimately, his campaign is tarnished by reports of corruption.

Cast (special)

59.
26th Annual Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (2003) as Special Appearance
Coverage of the Kennedy Center Honors presentation, which pays tribute to outstanding Americans who have distinguished themselves in the performing arts.
60.
Lost Highway: The History of American Country (2003) as Narrator
Four-part documentary special focusing on the roots of country music and the evolution of the original Nashville sound which was later infused with modern pop sensibilities.
61.
Last Stand of the Tallgrass Prairie (2001) as Host
A scientific and historical overview of the natural workings of Tallgrass Prairie, North America's most endangered ecosystem and the source of the soil that creates the United States' "breadbasket." The heroes of this important and imperiled ecosystem are modern-day ranchers, who follow the lead of
62.
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Special 2000 (2000)
A concert special featuring highlights from the 31st annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
63.
Rhythm of Life, The (2000) as Interviewee
Beatles producer George Martin interviews several infuential musicians, focusing on what it is about music that moves them and asks them to explain the process by which they create and perform music.
64.
Comedy Central Presents the Second Annual Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize Celebrating the Humor of Jonathan Winters (2000)
Jonathan Winters is awarded the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize at the second annual Kennedy Center Celebration of American Humor in Washington, D.C.
65.
All-Star Tribute to Johnny Cash, An (1999)
Artists pay tribute to Johnny Cash by performing his music from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City and via satellite.
66.
Making of Ride With Bob, The (1999)
Special that documents the making of Asleep at the Wheel's tribute album "Ride With Bob," which celebrates the work of legendary Western Swing pioneer Bob Wills. Bob Wills was the "King of Western Swing" who brought Western Swing to the masses with his Texas Playboys. Wills was named a member of the
67.
Roger Miller Remembered (1998)
Tribute to singer-songwriter Roger Miller, featuring performances by country music stars and benefiting the Roger Miller Memorial Fund at the Vanderbilt Voice Center.
68.
Kennedy Center Honors, The (1998)
Actor/comedian Bill Cosby, Broadway composer and lyricist team John Kander and Fred Ebb, singer/songwriter Willie Nelson, composer/conductor Andre Previn and actress Shirley Temple Black are honored for their contributions to the performing arts.
69.
1998 Genesis Awards, The (1998) as Presenter
Special presentation of the 12th annual Genesis Awards, an awards ceremony that celebrates the individuals, groups and companies that have helped raise public consciousness about animal abuse and exploitation.
70.
68th Annual Academy Awards, The (1996)
Live presentation of the 68th annual Academy Awards.
71.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1996)
Presentation of the 19th annual Kennedy Center Honors. The 1996 honorees are dancer Maria Tallchief, singer Johnny Cash, jazz saxophonist and composer Benny Carter, actor Jack Lemmon, and playwright Edward Albee.
72.
Lyle Lovett: Going Home (1996)
Backstage look at the eclectic pop music star, Lyle Lovett, performing in his home state of Texas at San Antonio's Majestic Theater.
73.
30th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1996) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 30th Annual Country Music Association Awards.
74.
1995 ESPY Awards, The (1995)
Live presentation of the third annual ESPY (Excellence in Sports Performance) Awards honoring excellence in sports.
75.
28th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1994)
Live telecast from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, of the 1994 Country Music Association (CMA) Awards.
76.
B.B. King... Live at the Woodlands (1994) as Host
Blues musician B.B. King performs in concert at an amphitheater in the Woodlands, north of Houston, Texas.
77.
Rhythm, Country & Blues: An "In the Spotlight" Special (1994)
Some country music artists combine with performers of rhythm and blues for a duet of two seemingly separate music genres. Elaborates on the similarities between the two musical styles and shows the influences each has on the other. Includes interviews with the artists and archival footage that captu
78.
Luck, Trust & Ketchup: Robert Altman in Carver Country (1994) as Himself
A record of the making of Robert Altman's film "Short Cuts" (USA/1993), comprising interviews with Altman himself, his entire cast, various technicians on the project and Tess Gallagher, the widow and literary executor of Raymond Carver, on whose short stories "Short Cuts" is based.
79.
Wild West, The (1993)
A five-part, 10-hour documentary depicting the "Wild West." Uses still photographs and voice-over narration.
80.
Day in the Life of Country Music, A (1993)
A special in which country music performers in 40 locations were filmed on a single day.
81.
Willie Nelson The Big Six-O: An All-Star Birthday Celebration (1993)
A special celebrating Willie Nelson's 60th birthday. Included are musical performances of songs either written by or performed by Nelson, as well as birthday greetings and favorite stories about the singer by his friends.
82.
1993 MTV Video Music Awards, The (1993) as Presenter
Live broadcast of the tenth annual MTV Video Music Awards.
83.
35th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1993) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 35th Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music recording industry. Broadcast from Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium.
84.
Country Music Celebration, A (1993)
A musical tribute to the Country Music Association (CMA) on the occasion of its 35th anniversary.
85.
26th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1992)
A broadcast of the 26th annual Country Music Association Awards.
86.
Lyle Lovett and His Large Band (1992)
Singer-songwriter Lyle Lovett performs songs from two of his albums.
87.
24th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1990)
Live broadcast of the 24th Annual Country Music Association Awards.
88.
32nd Annual Grammy Awards, The (1990)
Coverage of the 32nd Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music industry. Broadcast live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
89.
John Prine and Lyle Lovett (1990)
A television special taped at "The Session" concert in Dublin, Ireland, featuring singer/songwriters John Prine and Lyle Lovett.
90.
American Music Awards, The (1990)
Three-hour live broadcast of the 17th Annual American Music Awards, honoring musical artists in pop/rock, soul/rhythm and blues, country music, heavy metal, rap, and dance. The winners of the 27 awards are determined by a poll of record buyers in the United States.
91.
Farm Aid IV (1990)
A live, twelve-hour telecast of the fourth annual Farm Aid fund-raiser, held at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana.
92.
31st Annual Grammy Awards, The (1989)
Live coverage of the 31st Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the recording industry.
93.
Mike's Talent Show (1989)
A variety special hosted by Michael Smith featuring offbeat acts and performances. Taped live at The Bottom Line in New York.
94.
23rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, The (1988)
A live broadcast from Knott's Berry Farm, of the 23rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
95.
22nd Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1988)
Live broadcast of the annual Country Music Association Awards from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee.
96.
Country Music Crossroads (1988)
A special featuring many of the biggest names in contemporary country, crossover and country rock music performing their hits.
97.
21st Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1987)
A live special, broadcast from the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee, of the presentation of the Country Music Association Awards. The 21st annual awards ceremony marks the 16th consecutive broadcast on CBS. Included is a video montage of the awards nominees and their songs, live perfor

Music (special)

98.
Willie Nelson & Friends: Live and Kickin' (2003) as Song Performer
Concert celebrating music legend Willie Nelson's 70th birthday.
99.
New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Special 2000 (2000) as Song Performer
A concert special featuring highlights from the 31st annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
100.
Kennedy Center Honors, The (1998) as Song Performer ("Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain")
Actor/comedian Bill Cosby, Broadway composer and lyricist team John Kander and Fred Ebb, singer/songwriter Willie Nelson, composer/conductor Andre Previn and actress Shirley Temple Black are honored for their contributions to the performing arts.
101.
Lyle Lovett: Going Home (1996) as Song Performer
Backstage look at the eclectic pop music star, Lyle Lovett, performing in his home state of Texas at San Antonio's Majestic Theater.
102.
68th Annual Academy Awards, The (1996)
Live presentation of the 68th annual Academy Awards.
103.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1996) as Song Performer ("Folsom Prison Blues" "Ring Of Fire")
Presentation of the 19th annual Kennedy Center Honors. The 1996 honorees are dancer Maria Tallchief, singer Johnny Cash, jazz saxophonist and composer Benny Carter, actor Jack Lemmon, and playwright Edward Albee.
104.
Rhythm, Country & Blues: An "In the Spotlight" Special (1994) as Song Performer ("Funny How Time Slips Away")
Some country music artists combine with performers of rhythm and blues for a duet of two seemingly separate music genres. Elaborates on the similarities between the two musical styles and shows the influences each has on the other. Includes interviews with the artists and archival footage that captu
105.
28th Annual Country Music Association Awards, The (1994)
Live telecast from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, of the 1994 Country Music Association (CMA) Awards.
106.
Country Music Celebration, A (1993) as Song Performer ("Here I Am")
A musical tribute to the Country Music Association (CMA) on the occasion of its 35th anniversary.
107.
Lyle Lovett and His Large Band (1992) as Song Performer ("North Dakota")
Singer-songwriter Lyle Lovett performs songs from two of his albums.
108.
Lyle Lovett and His Large Band (1992) as Songs
Singer-songwriter Lyle Lovett performs songs from two of his albums.
109.
John Prine and Lyle Lovett (1990) as Song Performer ("She'S No Lady, She'S My Wife" "Old Enough To Know Better" "Part Of Me Is You" "That'S The Way That The World Goes Around")
A television special taped at "The Session" concert in Dublin, Ireland, featuring singer/songwriters John Prine and Lyle Lovett.
110.
31st Annual Grammy Awards, The (1989) as Song Performer ("She'S Hot To Go")
Live coverage of the 31st Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the recording industry.
111.
Mike's Talent Show (1989) as Song Performer ("Fat Babies Have No Pride")
A variety special hosted by Michael Smith featuring offbeat acts and performances. Taped live at The Bottom Line in New York.
112.
Country Music Crossroads (1988) as Song Performer ("She'S No Lady")
A special featuring many of the biggest names in contemporary country, crossover and country rock music performing their hits.

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