Americana hero Steve Earle returns with Terraplane releasing via New West on 17 February.
22 Jan 2015
A recasting of Johnny Cash's most controversial album, Bitter Tears, raises questions about the inclusiveness of American music.
30 Jul 2014
A been-there-lived-it-attitude and street-level redemption, all propelled by a songwriter's/storyteller's lyrical and narrative knack.
07 Aug 2011
Four days of sun, banjos, snow, Mumfords, fiddles, and rock gods at 10,000 feet.
24 Jul 2011
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.
23 Sep 2007
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.
04 Jan 2005
Just an American Boy cements Earle's status as one of the most vital, brave singer-songwriters of the past couple of decades, and also one of the most prolific, as this album is his seventh stalwart effort in the past eight years.
22 Oct 2003
There is nothing new offered on this collection, no song or version of a song that cannot be found elsewhere, on one of the many "best of" or "essential" Steve Earle albums.
05 Oct 2003
Steve Earle has always been a guy who is never afraid to shoot his mouth off, and with 'Jerusalem', his timing is perfect, as his own razor-sharp words slice through the shallow slop of almost all 9-11-inspired music that has come out to date.
03 Oct 2002
On first blush, it would seem Steve Earle might need more than a doghouse rose to make up for foisting this book on his fans. By the end, you realize the book 'itself' is a doghouse rose. 'It ain't much,' you can imagine him saying as he hands it over, 'but I did it for you.'"
03 Jun 2001
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