Texas-born singer-songwriter Lyle Lovett has been gracing us with his signature style of country since the mid-’80s, when his blend of folk, gospel, blues, and jazzy swing attracted an audience bored with the then-pasteurized country music souring the airwaves. The multiple Grammy-winner is also a notable actor, starring in more than 20 TV and film roles, including parts in four Robert Altman films and, most significantly, 2007’s Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. Lovett is known as much for his gravity-and-product-defying hairstyle as his unique tunes, but when Lovett & His Large Band hit the stage, it’s all about the alt-country tunes – not the ’do.