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Born: November 1, 1957 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Klein, Texas, USA Profession: Music ...
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1999:
Boston Ballet premiered "Nine Lives: The Songs of Lyle Lovett"
1998:
Cast opposite Lisa Kudrow in "The Opposite of Sex"
1993:
Provided the voice of Delbert Parnham for the documentary "Wild West"
1996:
Had small role in "Bastard Out of Carolina" (Showtime)
1984:
Moved to Nashville; sang back-up on Nanci Griffith's first album
1993:
Reteamed with Altman for "Short Cuts"
1994:
Third film with Altman, "Ready-to-Wear (Pret-a-Porter)"
1986:
Released first solo album, the eponymous "Lyle Lovett"
1983:
TV acting debut, played a singer in the CBS TV-movie "Bill on His Own"
1994:
Co-directed (with Wayne Miller) the comedy short "Penguins"
2003:
Received 2 grammy nominations, including Best Country Album
1992:
Made big screen debut in "The Player"
1985:
Signed to Curb/MCA records
1995:
With Randy Newman, sang the theme song ("You've Got a Friend in Me") from "Toy Story"
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Known for such albums as "Joshua Judges Ruth" and "The Road To Ensenada"
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Popular songs include "Cowboy Man" and "Up In Indiana".
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Won first Grammy for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male
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Achieved first Billboard Top 20 album with <i>It's Not Big, It's Large</i>

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