On Jan. 9, country singer Lulu Roman chatted via telephone about her newest CD “At Last.” It was co-produced by Larry Ferguson and Chris Barnes and it will be released via her label, Homesick Entertainment.
In her lengthy career in the music scene, Lulu has recorded over twenty albums and she continues to perform live shows in venues all across the country. Lulu has starred in “Hee Haw” and made cameos on such television shows as “Touched By An Angel” and “Love Boat.”
In addition, she has won a Dove award and a TV Land award and was inducted into the Country Gospel Music Hall of Fame.
She covered such standards as Roberta Flack’s “Killing Me Softly (With His Song), as well as “I Will Always Love You,” which was recorded as a duet with Dolly Parton. Other guest artists include T. Graham Brown, as well as Linda Davis and Tammy Wynette’s daughter, Georgette Jones. “I’ve known Dolly for 40 years and Tammy Wynette was a dear friend of mine. What a talent Tammy was,” Lulu said. “Linda and Georgette were wonderful,” she added.
Lulu selected “At Last” as her personal favorite song on the record.
To learn more about Lulu Roman, visit her official website.