BMI Songwriter Kinky Friedman Celebrates ‘The Loneliest Man I Ever Met’

In celebration of BMI songwriter Kinky Friedman’s new album, The Loneliest Man I Ever Met, the Texas outlaw gave a special performance of select songs to his friends and music industry colleagues.

Heralding Friedman’s first album in more than 30 years, BMI’s Nashville office turned into a site of celebration this month as Friedman joked with the audience, gave thanks to those that had a hand in the album and played tracks from the new record.

The project has already received positive press from No Depression, Rolling Stone and The Wall Street Journal. Friedman has events scheduled through December, for those wanting to catch the legend’s live show.

Pictured: (L-R): John Strohm, attorney, Loeb & Loeb; Logan Rogers, Thirty Tigers; Buddy Miller, songwriter; Kinky Friedman, BMI songwriter; Jed Hilly, Americana Music Association; Brian Molnar, producer; and Perry Howard, BMI.

Pictured: (L-R): John Strohm, attorney, Loeb & Loeb; Logan Rogers, Thirty Tigers; Buddy Miller, songwriter; Kinky Friedman, BMI songwriter; Jed Hilly, Americana Music Association; Brian Molnar, producer; and Perry Howard, BMI. Photo: BMI

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