Lonnie released more than a dozen albums over the course of his career. His four most recent albums, including the Lonnie Knight Through the Years retrospective, are available to purchase in CD and MP3 format (LKTTY CD only).
THROUGH THE YEARS -7/1/2019
A half-century retrospective of the legendary guitarist, singer-songwriter and performer.
PORTALS - 11/21/2015
Looking for a Good Time (Knight)
Kern River (Merle Haggard)
Orion's Light (Madeleine Hart)
Biarritz (Fred Argir)
This One's for You (Knight)
A Case of You (Joni Mitchell)
Wolf at Your Door (Larry Jensen)
1300 Miles (Knight)
Too Good to Be True (Knight)
Keep a Light (Knight)
Just Another Mile (Knight)
Walking in Memphis (Marc Cohn)
Persephone (Billy Hallquist)
The Well (J. Warnes, D. Bramhall)
Lonnie Knight: Vocals, acoustic, electric, baritone & piccolo guitars, dobro, harmonica, bass, percussion
Reid Papke: Bass
Richard Grossman: percussion
Joe Scanlan: percussion
Barbara Meyer: vocals
"This is my unfinished Christmas album. I started this in 2007, but life got in the way.
Now, thanks to my good friend Paul Rowny, December is finally available." - Lonnie Knight, 2013
The Christmas Song (Mel Torme/Bob Wells)
River (Joni Mitchell)
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Hugh Martin/Ralph Blane)
Ragpicker's Dream (Mark Knopfler)
What Child Is This (Traditional)
Silent Night (Franz Gruber/Joseph Mohr)
Lonnie Knight: Vocals, acoustic, electric, and piccolo guitars
Laurie Akermark & Susan Feehan: Vocal on Silent Night
Broken Wing (Knight)
Ernest Hemingway said "The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places."
Hero For Sale (Knight)
I was driving home from a gig one night and the words "the ring stands empty, the hour is late" slipped into my head.
Miss Claudia (Knight)
Here's a new arrangement with Shoes survivor Reid Papke on bass, me on acoustic guitar and this wonderful little wooden toy snare drum I found in an antique shop in northern Wisconsin.
Conversation With a Wrecking Ball (Knight)
Don't misunderstand, I love the new Guthrie Theater. But it disturbs me that we are so often content to throw our past away.
This new arrangement is dedicated to the West Bank, where so many of us found our musical selves... and in particular to Steve Alarik, who never understood the hero he was.
Love in the Family (Neal Hagberg)
I played on Neal & Leandra's records in the 90's, and this song has drifted in and out of my repertoire ever since. Susan Feehan contributed some lovely harmony. For my brother...
Have a Drink With Me, Suzy (Knight)
"Don't ask me how I'm feeling, it's a secret and I ain't squealing," said Tweedle-dum to Tweedle-Dee.
Walk On Through (Knight)
This one's for Deb Sorenson-Boeh, Michael McElrath, and Jazzy J Phil Hendricks... with the prayer that they walk on through.
So We Jumped (Knight)
So We Jumped ... nah, I'll ruin it if I try to explain it. Thank you, Rahjta, for understanding exactly what this song was musically looking for, and for so perfectly capturing it.
Across the Fire (Tierney Kathleen)
I was asked to offer some constructive criticism as Tierney Kathleen was mixing her new album. I got sidetracked when I heard Across the Fire.
In the Rain (Knight)
When it's all said and done we all end up here... carving our initials in the bark of a tree that will last a whole lot longer than we will.
Galileo (Madeleine Hart)
Too late to tell you face to face, Dad, but I know you can hear this. Galileo is for you.
Lonnie Knight: Vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, dobro, bass, harmonica, percussion
Reid Papke: Bass
Michi Regier & Deb Sorenson-Boeh: Violin
Susan Feehan: Vocal
Rahjta Ren: Keyboards
Michael McElrath: Organ
Scott Sansby: Frottoir, congas, hi-hat
You can also stream these albums and some unreleased and out-of-print tracks on Soundcloud or by using the player below. Some of these tracks and albums can be purchased and downloaded via SoundCloud as well.