Steve Earle

Steve Earle

American country-rock singer-songwriter from Virginia.

His style is political and uncompromising alt-country.

He has sung duets with an incredible array of singers including Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams and Iris Dement.

He came to prominence with the albums 'Guitar Town' (1986) and 'Copperhead Road' (1988). Other albums include: "The Hard Way" (1990), "Train a Comin" (1995), "I Feel Alright" (1996), "El Corazón" (1997), "The Mountain" (1999), "Transcendental Blues" (2000), "Jerusalem" (2002), "The Revolution Starts Now" (2004), "Washington Square Serenade" (2007), "Townes" (2009), "I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive" (2011), "The Low Highway" (2013), "Terraplane" (2015), "Colvin & Earle" (2016), "So You Wannabe an Outlaw" (2017), "Guy" (2019), "Ghosts of West Virginia" (2020), "J.T." (2021), plus 2022's: "Jerry Jeff".

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