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About John Hiatt

It took him awhile, but during the late 1980s and early 1990s, John Hiatt's commercial appeal almost caught up to his critical reputation. The Indianapolis-born Hiatt began his career as a staff songwriter in Nashville, scoring a hit for Three Dog Night before he even reached his 20s. This eventually led Hiatt to secure a succession of record deals in the 1970s, which led to little more than a small cult following and more acclaim as a songwriter. Hiatt put bread on the table with cover versions of his songs, as well as by working as a guitarist in Ry Cooder's band. Hiatt's breakthrough came in the late 1980s with a record called Bring the Family, on which he was backed up by Nick Lowe, Ry Cooder and ace session drummer Jim Keltner. The record was a critical smash as well as a commercial hit. Since then Hiatt has become a major concert attraction. He remains revered by songwriters, and his material is covered often, most recently on the Eric Clapton/B.B. King collaboration on Hiatt's "Riding With the King."

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It took him awhile, but during the late 1980s and early 1990s, John Hiatt's commercial appeal almost caught up to his critical reputation. The Indianapolis-born Hiatt began his career as a staff songwriter in Nashville, scoring a hit for Three Dog Night before he even reached his 20s. This eventually led Hiatt to secure a succession of record deals in the 1970s, which led to little more than a small cult following and more acclaim as a songwriter. Hiatt put bread on the table with cover versions of his songs, as well as by working as a guitarist in Ry Cooder's band. Hiatt's breakthrough came in the late 1980s with a record called Bring the Family, on which he was backed up by Nick Lowe, Ry Cooder and ace session drummer Jim Keltner. The record was a critical smash as well as a commercial hit. Since then Hiatt has become a major concert attraction. He remains revered by songwriters, and his material is covered often, most recently on the Eric Clapton/B.B. King collaboration on Hiatt's "Riding With the King."

About John Hiatt

It took him awhile, but during the late 1980s and early 1990s, John Hiatt's commercial appeal almost caught up to his critical reputation. The Indianapolis-born Hiatt began his career as a staff songwriter in Nashville, scoring a hit for Three Dog Night before he even reached his 20s. This eventually led Hiatt to secure a succession of record deals in the 1970s, which led to little more than a small cult following and more acclaim as a songwriter. Hiatt put bread on the table with cover versions of his songs, as well as by working as a guitarist in Ry Cooder's band. Hiatt's breakthrough came in the late 1980s with a record called Bring the Family, on which he was backed up by Nick Lowe, Ry Cooder and ace session drummer Jim Keltner. The record was a critical smash as well as a commercial hit. Since then Hiatt has become a major concert attraction. He remains revered by songwriters, and his material is covered often, most recently on the Eric Clapton/B.B. King collaboration on Hiatt's "Riding With the King."

About John Hiatt

It took him awhile, but during the late 1980s and early 1990s, John Hiatt's commercial appeal almost caught up to his critical reputation. The Indianapolis-born Hiatt began his career as a staff songwriter in Nashville, scoring a hit for Three Dog Night before he even reached his 20s. This eventually led Hiatt to secure a succession of record deals in the 1970s, which led to little more than a small cult following and more acclaim as a songwriter. Hiatt put bread on the table with cover versions of his songs, as well as by working as a guitarist in Ry Cooder's band. Hiatt's breakthrough came in the late 1980s with a record called Bring the Family, on which he was backed up by Nick Lowe, Ry Cooder and ace session drummer Jim Keltner. The record was a critical smash as well as a commercial hit. Since then Hiatt has become a major concert attraction. He remains revered by songwriters, and his material is covered often, most recently on the Eric Clapton/B.B. King collaboration on Hiatt's "Riding With the King."