Nick Lowe first gained prominence in the British New Wave period of the 1970s, performing with and/or producing Brinsley Schwartz, Rockpile with Dave Edmunds, and Elvis Costello -- who turned Lowe's song "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding" into a rock anthem.
Most recently, he has become a wry elder statesman of rock, exemplified by his recent albums At My Age (2007) and The Old Magic (2011), finding sleeper success and re-establishing himself as a lovably misanthropic pop elder statesman.
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We're looking for your top 3 songs for our end-of-the-year poll.
Here's what we think: the list of 2013 Staff Picks.
Voting closes on December 15th at Midnight.
Be sure to listen to FUV on New Year's Eve when we reveal your top 90 songs of the year.
Consider tonight's UKNY on FUV at 11 a peaceful oasis, far from shopping or sales, with musical escapes from These New Puritans (pictured), Daniel Avery, Stornoway, Metronomy and more.