When the last rays of daylight go down
Buddy, you’ll roll no more.
-Bob Dylan, Standing in the Doorway
I was driving back home late on the interstate the other night.318 more words
To say Moorer’s last five years have been rough is an understatement. Over the course of those five years, she got divorced from fellow alt-country artist Steve Earle and found out their son John Henry has autism. 1,163 more words
By Steve Houk
It’s hard to believe a concert that addresses squirmy topics like homelessness, autism, divorce, alcoholism, suicide and other human struggles could be considered revelatory, elating and ultimately positive for both musician and listener. 1,101 more words
Not only do I go back a long way with the music of Steve Earle, but he and I have both lived in the same three metropolitan areas: San Antonio, Nashville and New York City. 386 more words
Originally a roots rocker from the mid-1980s Steve Earle has become an American treasure, singing songs that cross genres that include folk, protest, country, rockabilly, Americana, and roots music. 300 more words
BY RYAN HARMON
The name might sound familiar: Buddy Miller — musician, songwriter and a “go-to sideman.” Over the past few years, though, he’s been more well-known as a producer, working on over 30 albums for a variety of artists, and most recently being selected as executive music producer for ABC’s hit show, “Nashville.” It’s his own music, however, that doesn’t seem to get the recognition it deserves. 439 more words
As he approaches the 30th anniversary of his debut album, Steve Earle has travelled through every stage a musical career can offer. Perceived one hit wonder, road worn journeyman, revered troubadour, elder statesman.
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