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Steve Earle: The Warner Bros. Years

The albums collected in the Warner Bros. Years boxset stand together as confident announcement not just of return, but of complete rejuvenation.

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Wrote a Song for Everyone: Slim Dunlap’s Art/Roots Marriage

Former Replacements guitarist Slim Dunlap's roots run deeper than punk rock, but he's got an arty flare you might not expect from a man who loves Hank Williams and Chuck Berry.

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Play Me Some Mountain Music: The Telluride Bluegrass Festival 2011, Part 1

Four days of sun, banjos, snow, Mumfords, fiddles, and rock gods at 10,000 feet.

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Albums that missed our Top 60 Albums list, but at least one of our writers loves.

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Steve Earle pays tribute to Townes Van Zandt, his friend and mentor, on the

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10 May 2009 // 10:00 PM

Steve Earle: Townes

A distinctively Earle-stamped tribute to one of the greatest American songwriters of all time.

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Commit: An Interview with Steve Earle

Earle digs through a mutual past for a new album of Townes Van Zandt covers, and he explains what it was like knowing, and being heckled by, the songwriter himself.

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Late Texas singer-songwriter Townes Van Zandt was both a friend to Steve Earle also a massive influence on his artistic development. Fourteen years ago Earle

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8 Dec 2008 // 4:02 AM

In Prison My Whole Life

In Prison My Whole Life works through the contexts and details of Mumia Abu Jamal's experience, connecting it to other moments in recent American history.

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27 Oct 2008 // 11:00 PM

Slacker Uprising

With substandard picture quality and a lack of true eye-opening material, this will be regarded as a minor work in an otherwise impressive film canon.

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The Wire: The Complete Fifth Season

The dense mythology, painstakingly created over five novelistic seasons, has enough drama packed inside to be easily spun out for the next five, ten, 15 years.

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Roots rocker Steve Earle gets worked up over politics, money, addictions

“I Ain’t Ever Satisfied” isn’t just the name of a Steve Earle song. For years, it was the story of his life. Divorced

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Steve Earle and Allison Moorer take their marriage on the road after resettling in New York City

After seven failed attempts, Steve Earle might have finally found a way to make marriage work: He brought his new wife on the road with

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Steve Earle: Washington Square Serenade

Earle sheds the southern sweat on his new record, and gives listeners a more metropolitan, but still solid, sound.

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Goodbye Guitar Town: An Interview with Steve Earle

Steve Earle might be quieting down, but he still has plenty to say. PopMatters talks with Earle about his new album, New York and much more.

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Steve Earle: The Definitive Collection: 1983-1987

Summarizing Steve Earle’s amazing career in one disc just isn't possible, but you can't go wrong with any compilation of the master.

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Steve Earle: Live at Montreux 2005

While a no-frills affair, this DVD shows Earle in peak form taking aim at those in power.

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	Steve Earle: Live From Austin TX [CD and DVD]

Clean and sober, Earle's prolific string of seven albums in nine years has been nothing short of masterful. It has also usurped the first half of his career: Earle, formerly competent songwriter, now makes sonically adventurous records with political and social conscience.

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Steve Earle: The Revolution Starts… Now

The release of this record two and a half months before we have to enter the voting booths should offer solace and inspiration to those ready to act.

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	Steve Earle: Just an American Boy [DVD]

Amos Poe had a terrific chance to put together the definitive profile of an artist who is at the peak of his career, producing great music, prose, and drama at such a prolific rate as he'd never done before.

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