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  • Crown Prince
  • Crown Prince

    Justin Townes Earle has a famous dad, but he’s gunning for even more name recognition.
      Such pride is expected from most fathers when speaking about their sons. The musical evaluation, however, means something — Steve Earle, of course, is an acclaimed songwriter, with a recording career that stretches back to the late 1970s. The man knows a good song when he hears one.
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  • The Count of Country
  • The Count of Country

    After 14 albums and a Grammy, Steve Earle is changing his process entirely.
      The last time Steve Earle hit the road, he was playing songs by himself from his Grammy-winning album, Townes, with only an acoustic guitar to accompany him. He’s got company this time as he hea
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  • Deep Catalogue
  • Deep Catalogue

    Seventeen years. Ten records. Over 120 songs. Where are the Old 97’s to start?
      “The new record, to me, feels like it has a lot of the sort of garage sound we flirted with on the last record,” he said. “There’s a lot of tough rock ’n’ roll. There are some pretty songs and some of the most country stuff we’ve done. But to me, it’s a garage record.
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