Posts Tagged ‘Steve Earle’

15 for ’15: Albums to “Watch” in the New Year

15 for ’15: Albums to “Watch” in the New Year

Twenty-fifteen will be an interesting year for music and, for many musicians, a year of transition. We will see some old masters moving in new directions: Steve Earle trying his hand at blues, Robert Earl Keene at bluegrass and Fat Mike at a punk rock opera. Some intriguing cover albums loom on the horizon, from […]

Steve Earle at The Crossroads: Veteran Musician to Release Blues Album

Steve Earle at The Crossroads: Veteran Musician to Release Blues Album

(photo: Ted Barron) Like a musical Colossus of Rhodes, Steve Earle bestrides American roots with one foot in country and another in folk. Roots music fans instantly recognize the sound of his work, from the hard-charging country-rock hit “Copperhead Road” to the politically-themed Americana of the Jerusalem album to his folk love letter to the […]

Loretta Lynn Celebrates Legendary Career with 50th Anniversary Event Sept. 25

Loretta Lynn Celebrates Legendary Career with 50th Anniversary Event Sept. 25

Country music legend Loretta Lynn is celebrating her 50th year making music with a “A Tribute to an American Icon” 50th anniversary celebration with her final performance of the year at her Hurricane Mills ranch and home, to be held Saturday, Sept. 25. The concert is open to the public and is one of the […]