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Three times Grammy Award winner, Stephen Fain Earle, generally known as Steve Earle, is a songwriter, rocker, author, actor, radio host, playwright and a political activist. In recent years he has developed an image of a “rootsy Renaissance man”, but he still has the swagger from his brawny and pompous persona when he was a bandleader. This incredibly versatile artist is coming to your city. Hurry and get your Steve Earle tickets today to watch this star perform live.
A rebellious child, Earle grew up to be a stubborn long-haired teenager with love for country music. He started learning guitar at the age of 13. At the age of 19, he moved to Nashville and began working during the day and playing music at night. During that time he wrote songs and played bass guitar in Guy Clark’s band and also appeared on Clark’s 1975 album, Old No. 1. Earle also worked for publishers Roy Dea and Pat Clark as songwriter. One of the songs he co-wrote, “When You Fall in Love” made it to number 14 on the country charts in 1982.
Steve Earle released his first extended play (EP) in 1981, titled Pink and Black. But his journey to fame started in 1986 with the release of his first full length album Guitar Town. The title track was among the Top Ten singles in 1986, and another track “Goodbye’s All We’ve Got Left” made it to the Top Ten in the following year. His later work up till early nineties was a reflection of his own life’s ups and downs. An argument with a Dallas security guard led him to a fine and probation; he also had to face an alimony suit and a paternity suit.
Tough guitar beats, dark lyrics and the title itself, of his 1990 album The Hard Way then hardly came as a surprise. Earle’s personal life continued to inspire his music, and when he was finally able to evade the tragedies that life had thrown on him, he released his album I Feel Alright. In the title track of this album, Earle was heard snarling through his teeth “I’ve been to hell and now I’m back again”. This album also marked the birth of “Twangtrust”, Earle’s production team, in collaboration with Ray Kennedy. It would be no surprise if you hear him singing another song in his upcoming concert, portraying the realities of his personal life. So be a part of his concert as he might give you a sneak peek into his personal life.
In 1996, Earle contributed a song “Ellis Unit One” to the movie Dead Man Walking, about the human and social costs of capital punishment. Since then he has been a strong advocate against death penalty. In 2010 Earle was awarded the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty’s Shining Star of Abolition Award.
Earle has released his latest album “The Low Highway” in April this year, and it is also a projection of his personal life. Like all great storytellers, Steve Earle has combined his experiences to show how everyone is supposed to be connected to the journey of life in a personal yet collective manner. The album follows an intricate order starting from the title track projecting the American society to be on a decline. The second song “Calico Country” talks about an outlaw, figuring out his life; followed by “Invisible” which portrays the story of a homeless man being ignored by the world. Each of the songs that follow also has a sub textual message written in Earle’s distinctive manner.
The award winning singer is known to have a nice line in spectators’ banter, as one can expect from a master of words such as Steve Earle. His concerts comprise of crowds belonging to different age groups and different tastes altogether, and he keeps the audience captivated in his songs as they flow like a story. Earle’s latest album has just released and he is all charged up, so expect his upcoming concert to be turbo-charged with brilliant performances. Get your Steve Earle tickets today and be a part of his upcoming concert.