Check out this Telegraph review of Steve and Allison’s performance at the Royal Festival Hall in London on October 25th:
“CALICO COUNTY” STREAMING NOW VIA ROLLINGSTONE.COM
Check out this Telegraph review of Steve and Allison’s performance at the Royal Festival Hall in London on October 25th:
Steve's new album I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive (Release Date: April 26th) is now available to stream in full at NPR.com.
If you like what you hear you can pre-order on iTunes!
Hey Steve Earle fans, just a quick note that the show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY has been moved to September 14th. Check out the Tour page on Steve's website for more details.
NEW ALBUM, I’LL NEVER GET OUT OF THIS WORLD ALIVE, IN STORES APRIL 26th WITH DEBUT NOVEL OF THE SAME NAME IN STORES MAY 12th
FREE SONG AND NOVEL CHAPTER AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD
SUMMER TOUR DATES ANNOUNCED
Steve Earle will release a limited edition 7 inch single in celebration of Record Store Day on Saturday, April 16th. The A-Side is Earle’s version of the Hank Williams song that is the title of both Earle’s new studio album and debut novel, I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive. The song was the last single released during Hank Williams’ lifetime in December of 1952. The B-Side is Earle’s celebrated original “This City” which has garnered both Emmy and Grammy Award nominations as it was written for HBO’s Original Series Treme (in which Earle appears as a cast member). “This City” also closes Earle’s T Bone Burnett-produced new album released by New West Records on April 26th. The 7 inch single is a hand-numbered edition of 2,600 copies on translucent red vinyl with black swirl. The cover of “I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive” will be available digitally as a bonus track, and is exclusive in physical form to this 7 inch release.
After many years of touring solo and acoustically worldwide, Steve Earle will be touring in support of the album with his electric live band, The Dukes (and Duchesses) featuring Allison Moorer. The tour will start on June 9th in Seattle, WA (see confirmed dates below).
Earle’s long anticipated debut novel, I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive, will be published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt on May 12th. The novel imagines the troubled life of Doc Ebersole as he is haunted by the ghost of his former patient and friend, Hank Williams. Patti Smith stated, “Steve Earle brings to his prose the same authenticity, poetic spirit and cinematic energy he projects in his music. I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Aliveis like a dream you can’t shake, offering beauty and remorse, redemption in spades.” Steve Earle will also be reprising his role of Harley during the second season of HBO’s celebrated original series Treme. Treme will premiere on Sunday, April 24th.
In support of his new album and book, Earle is offering a free download bundle that includes an MP3 of the new song “Waitin’ On The Sky” and a PDF of the first chapter from the novel. The download is available to everyone who is currently a “fan” of Steve Earle or becomes a “fan” of his Facebook page available at facebook.com/steveearlemusic.
Steve Earle I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive Tour Dates (more TBC):
June 9th Seattle, WA The Moore Theatre
June 10th Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom
June 11th Spokane, WA Fox Theatre
June 13th Bozeman, MT Emerson Cultural Center
June 16th Telluride, CO Telluride Bluegrass Festival
June 18th Missoula, MT Wilma Theater
June 19th Medicine Hat, AB Esplanade Arts & Heritage Center
June 20th Edmonton, AB Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
June 22nd North Battleford, SK Gold Eagle Casino
June 23rd Swift Current, SK Living Sky Casino
June 24th Calgary, AB Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
June 26th Vancouver, BC The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts
June 28th Nanaimo, BC Port Theatre
June 29th Victoria, BC Royal Theatre
July 1st Boise, ID Egyptian Theatre
July 6th Houston, TX House of Blues
July 7th Austin, TX Paramount Theatre
July 9th Ft. Worth, TX Billy Bob’s
July 11th New Orleans, LA House of Blues
July 12th Mobile, AL Saenger Theater
July 14th Birmingham, AL Alys Robinson Stephens Performing Arts Center
July 15th Atlanta, GA Botanical Gardens
July 16th Somerset, KY Master Musicians Festival
July 17th Bloomington, IN Buskirk-Chumley Theater
July 19th Chicago, IL Vic Theatre
July 22nd Chautauqua Bayfield, WI Lake Superior Big Top
July 23rd Minneapolis, MN Pantages Theatre
July 26th Lexington, KY Lexington Opera House
July 27th Cincinnati, OH 20th Century Theatre
July 28th Columbus, OH Southern Theatre
July 30th Detroit, MI Majestic Theatre
July 31st Kent, OH Kent Stage
August 5th Ithaca, NY State Theater
August 11th Tarrytown, NY Tarrytown Music Hall
August 13th Alexandria, VA The Birchmere
August 14th Alexandria, VA The Birchmere
August 17th Boston, MA Bank of America Pavilion
August 18th Upper Darby, PA Tower Theater
August 20th Toronto, ONT Molson Amphitheatre
Steve is offering a free download of "Waitin' On The Sky" from his new album I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive and the first chapter from his new book of the same name to every person who "likes" his Facebook page! To grab your download package go THIS PAGE.
In support of the protests of public worker unions in Wisconsin and elsewhere, Steve Earle has released the songs, "Harlan Man" and "The Mountain" as a special 2-track digital single with all profits benefiting The America Votes Labor Unity Fund via SaveWorkers.org. Originally appearing on Earle's critically acclaimed 1999 bluegrass album with the Del McCoury Band, The Mountain, both "Harlan Man" and "The Mountain" depict life as a card-carrying union miner. "Harlan Man" features the lyric "I'm a union man, just like my daddy and all my kin, I took a union stand, no matter what the company said, I got me two good hands, and just as long as I'm able I won't give in" The digital b-side, "The Mountain," is a longtime live favorite at Steve Earle performances. The digital single is available now via iTunes HERE.
"Unions are a fundamental component of Democracy throughout the free world. All eyes are on Wisconsin," stated Steve Earle.
The America Votes Labor Unity Fund is the fiscal agent of the AFL-CIO State Unity Fund, a special account of the AFL-CIO and directed by a broad coalition of national labor organizations to promote fair labor-management relations in the private and public sectors and defend workers and their unions against state legislation, ballot measures and executive orders that are aimed at undermining or destroying organizing and bargaining rights and unemployment standards. In states like Wisconsin, Ohio and Indiana, Republican legislatures are moving to strip middle class workers of their collective bargaining rights. The America Votes Labor Unity Fund united labor organizations, allied progressive groups and individuals to fight for workers -- on the ground and on the airwaves. Contributions help activists campaign in 11 states: Florida, Indiana, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
The America Votes Labor Unity Fund accepts donations from labor organizations and individuals who donate on their own behalf. Please visit www.saveworkers.org for details on making a donation.
Steve Earle is set to release I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive on April 26th via New West Records. The album is the anticipated follow up to the Grammy Award winning 2009 releaseTownes. The 11-track set was produced by T Bone Burnett and is Earle's first collection of original material since his 2007 Grammy Award winning, Washington Square Serenade. I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive will be available as a single compact disc, deluxe CD/DVD set, digitally, as well as 180 gram vinyl.
Writing for I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive began three years ago, the longest span of any song cycle in Steve Earle's career. The first two compositions were "God Is God" and "I Am A Wanderer," two songs written by Earle for Joan Baez' 2008 album, Day After Tomorrow(which Earle also produced). The album also includes the celebrated song "This City," written for the HBO Original Series, Treme, which Earle also appeared in as an actor. This year, Earle will be reprising his role of Harley during many episodes of Treme's second season. "This City" features horn arrangements by Allen Toussaint and has garnered a Grammy Award Nomination in the Best Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Category. Additionally, the song also garnered Earle's first Emmy Award nomination in the Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics Category. I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive also features "Heaven or Hell," a duet with Earle's wife, the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Allison Moorer.
"They are all, as far as I can tell, about mortality in one way or the other; death as a mystery rather than a punctuation mark or at least, a comma rather than a period," Earle comments on the songs in the album liner notes.
Earle's long anticipated debut novel of the same name, I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive, will be published on May 12th by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. The novel imagines the troubled life of Doc Ebersole as he is haunted by the ghost of his former patient and friend, Hank Williams. Thomas Cobb, author of Crazy Heart, stated "This is an impressive debut novel. The characters are unforgettable, and the plot moves like a fast train. A fantastic mixture of hard reality and dark imagination." The title of both Steve Earle's new album and debut novel is taken from the Hank Williams song by the same name; the last single released during his lifetime in 1952.
After many years of touring solo and acoustically worldwide, Steve Earle will be touring in support of the album with his highly celebrated, electric live band The Dukes (and Duchesses) featuring Allison Moorer.
|A protégé of legendary songwriters Townes Van Zandt and Guy Clark, Earle quickly became a master storyteller in his own right, with his songs being recorded by Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Waylon Jennings, Travis Tritt, The Pretenders, Joan Baez and countless others. 1986 saw the release of his debut record, Guitar Town, which shot to number one on the country charts and immediately established the term "New Country." What followed was an extremely exciting and varied array of releases including the biting hard rock of Copperhead Road (1988), the minimalist beauty of Train A Comin' (1995), the politically charged masterpiece, Jerusalem (2002), and the Grammy Award Winning albums The Revolution Starts...Now (2004), Washington Square Serenade (2007) and Townes (2009). I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive is Steve Earle's 14th Studio Album.
I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive Track Listing:
1. Waitin' On The Sky
2. Little Emperor
3. The Gulf of Mexico
4. Molly - O
5. God is God
6. Meet Me In The Alleyway
7. Every Part of Me
8. Lonely Are The Free
9. Heaven or Hell (with Allison Moorer)
10. I Am A Wanderer
11. This City
Old 97’s on the Steve Earle Show
SIRIUS XM Outlaw Country (Sirius 63, XM 12)
“I’m living in a state of Texas and Texas lives in me,” sings Old 97’s frontman Rhett Miller on the band’s eighth studio album, The Grand Theatre Vol. 1, which was recorded in the Lone Star State. Miller and his bandmates Murry Hammond, Ken Bethea, and Phillip Peebles perform songs from the new album in the SIRIUS XM studios in NYC and talk with Steve Earle about their shared Texas heritage and more on this special episode of the “Steve Earle Show: Hardcore Troubadour Radio.”
On-Air Time: Saturday, December 18 9 pm ET
Duration: one hour
Rebroadcast: Sunday, December 19 9 am ET; Monday, December 20 7 pm ET and Wednesday, December 22 11 pm ET
Steve Earle was honored by the Recording Academy last night with a
Grammy nomination in the Best Song Written For Motion Picture,
Television or Other Visual Media category. The nomination is for his
song "This City" that closed the season finale of HBO's critically
acclaimed series Treme. Produced by T Bone Burnett and
featuring arrangements by Allen Toussaint, "This City" was written
specifically for the series and is included on the soundtrack. The
season one Treme soundtrack was also nominated for a Grammy
Award this year in the Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion
Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media category. From David Simon
(creator of The Wire) and Eric Overmyer (writer/producer of Law & Order), Treme
begins in the fall of 2005, three months after Hurricane Katrina's
devastation on the city of New Orleans. The series title refers to one
of New Orleans' oldest neighborhoods and a historically important source
of music and culture. "This City" also garnered Steve Earle his first
Emmy Award Nomination in the "Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics
Category" in July of this year.
As he appeared in the critically acclaimed David Simon series, The Wire, Steve Earle played a recurring character, Harley, a street musician, in three episodes of Treme's first season.
The Grammy nomination follows Steve Earle's three consecutive Grammy Award wins. His previous albums, Townes (2009), Washington Square Serenade (2008), and The Revolution Starts...Now (2004) were all awarded the Grammy in the Best Contemporary Folk Album Category.
Oct 15 / Drayton, ON / Drayton Festival Theatre
Oct 16 / Waterloo, ON / Starlight Club Kitchener
Oct 17 / Hamilton, ON / The Studio at Hamilton Place
Oct 19 / Kingston, ON / The Grand Theatre
Oct 20 / Lindsay, ON / The Academy Theatre
Oct 21 / Cornwall, ON / Aultsville Theatre
Steve Earle’s hit song “This City” closed out the season for HBO’s original series Treme. Produced by T Bone Burnett and featuring arrangements by Allen Toussaint, “This City” was written specifically for Treme.
Steve Earle has played a recurring character, Harley, a street musician. When speaking about the song, Steve Earle stated “David Simon came on the set one day and asked me to write a song that my character would have written in ‘05. The next morning I woke up and wrote it.”
From David Simon (creator of The Wire) and Eric Overmyer (writer/producer of Law & Order), Treme begins in the fall of 2005, three months after Hurricane Katrina’s devastation on the city of New Orleans. The series title refers to one of New Orleans’ oldest neighborhoods and a historically important source of music and culture. It stars John Goodman, Steve Zahn, Wendell Pierce, Khandi Alexander, Melissa Leo, Kim Dickens, Clarke Peters and more.
1. "Treme Song (Main Title Version") - John Boutté
2. "Feel Like Funkin' It Up (Live Street Mix)" - Rebirth Brass Band
3. "I Hope You're Comin' Back to New Orleans" - The New Orleans Jazz Vipers
4. "Skokiaan" - Kermit Ruffins & The Barbecue Swingers
5. "Ooh Poo Pah Doo" - Trombone Shorty & James Andrews
6. "Drinka Little Poison (4 U Die)" - Soul Rebels Brass Band & John Mooney
7. "We Made It Through That Water" - Free Agents Brass Band
8. "Shame Shame Shame" - Steve Zahn & Friends
9. "My Indian Red" - Dr. John
10. "At the Foot of Canal Street" - John Boutté, Paul Sanchez, Glen David Andrews & New Birth Brass Band
11. "Buona Sera" - Louis Prima
12. "New Orleans Blues" - Tom McDermott & Lucia Micarelli
13. "I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You" - Michiel Huisman, Lucia Micarelli & Wendell Pierce
14. "Indian Red (Wild Man Memorial)" - Mardi Gras Indians
15. "Indian Red" - Donald Harrison
16. "Time Is On My Side" - Irma Thomas & Allen Toussaint
17. "This City" - Steve Earle
18. "Just a Closer Walk With Thee" - Treme Brass Band
19. "My Darlin' New Orleans" - Leigh "Li'l Queenie" Harris
Steve Earle was honored this morning by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences with an Emmy Award Nomination for his song, "This City" in the Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics Category. The new song closed the season finale of HBO's critically acclaimed series Treme. Produced by T Bone Burnett and featuring arrangements by Allen Toussaint, "This City" was written specifically for the series. From David Simon (creator of The Wire) and Eric Overmyer (writer/producer of Law & Order), Treme begins in the fall of 2005, three months after Hurricane Katrina's devastation on the city of New Orleans. The series title refers to one of New Orleans' oldest neighborhoods and a historically important source of music and culture. The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards telecast, which will be hosted by Jimmy Fallon, will air on August 29th on NBC. This is Steve Earle's first Emmy Award Nomination.
new song “This City” is set to close the season finale of HBO’s
original series Treme this Sunday (June 20th at 10pm Eastern).
Produced by T Bone Burnett and featuring arrangements by Allen
Toussaint, “This City” was written specifically for the series. From
David Simon (creator of The Wire) and Eric Overmyer
(writer/producer of Law & Order), Treme begins in the
fall of 2005, three months after Hurricane Katrina’s devastation on the
city of New Orleans. The series title refers to one of New Orleans’
oldest neighborhoods and a historically important source of music and
culture. It stars John Goodman, Steve Zahn, Wendell Pierce, Khandi
Alexander, Melissa Leo, Kim Dickens, Clarke Peters and more.
As he appeared in the critically acclaimed David Simon series The Wire, Steve Earle has played a recurring character, Harley, a street musician, in three episodes of Treme. When speaking about the brand new song, Steve Earle stated “David Simon came on the set one day and asked me to write a song that my character would have written in ‘05. The next morning I woke up and wrote it.” In addition to his appearances on the show, many more musicians have been featured throughout, including Elvis Costello, Allen Toussaint, Dr. John, Kermit Ruffins, Trombone Shorty, Earle’s son Justin Townes Earle and members of the Treme and Rebirth Brass Bands.
Catch Steve on National Public Radio's World Cafe as they re-broadcast the Cayamo Cruise session on Saturday, June 19th and Monday, June 21st! NPR's World Cafe is hosted by David Dye and can be heard on over 200 stations nationwide. Find your local station for broadcast times, or connect worldwide to the WXPN Philadelphia stream Monday through Friday, 2pm-4pm EST. If you miss the re-broadcast, the session's audio will be available later that day on the NPR website.
Steve has added 5 more tour dates in the UK. Please check the tour page for more information.
Steve's visit and performance on World Cafe will be aired next Friday, April 23rd. You can check your local listings at NPR.com.
Allison Moorer and Steve Earle welcome into the world their first child, John Henry Earle. John Henry was born on April 5th at 10:07am, weighing eight pounds, two ounces and measuring 21 inches long. Moorer and Earle were married in 2005 and live in New York’s Greenwich Village.
Last night Steve was presented with the award for Best Contemporary Folk Album at the 2010 Grammys for his most recent album, “Townes.” This is Steve’s third Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album.
Steve will be finishing up a brief tour tomorrow at Boulder Theater in Boulder, CO. For more tour information, please visit Steve’s Tour Page.
Due to weather related travel issues Steve's last show on his European tour in Shetland is canceled. Please check back for more information regarding ticket refunds.
Steve was part of two great broadcasts this weekend on UK BBC Radio 4 and BBC 5
You can listen again at the links below. Don’t delay – these shows will only be up for a few more days!
BBC RADIO 4 - LOOSE ENDS
BBC 5 LIVE - SIMON MAYO
Also, Steve is currently going strong on the first leg of his European tour. In early October he’ll be making a few appearances in the US with both Tom Morello and Allison Moorer before he returns for the second leg of his European tour with Rhett Miller. Check out his tour dates, and be sure not to miss him when he comes your way!
Steve Earle's NPR Mountain Stage performance will air during the weekend of
July 17th- 19th. A complete list of stations that carry Mountain Stage
can be found here:
The following week, his set will be posted at NPR.org/mountainstage and archived for continued access.
July 29th - Pabst Theater - Milwaukee, WI (available until 6/11)
The password for this presale is TOWNES (case sensitive).
October 5th - Crest Theater - Sacramento, CA (NEW DATE!)
Click here to purchase tickets
The password for this presale is REESE (case sensitive).
If you missed Steve’s appearance on Late Night with David Letterman, have no fear! The clip of his performance is now on Youtube.
Don't miss it!
“The Steve Earle Show: Hardcore Troubadour Radio” to launch new season on SIRIUS XM’s Outlaw Country channel
SIRIUS XM Radio announced today that it will launch the highly-anticipated second season of Steve Earle’s exclusive SIRIUS XM Radio show, The Steve Earle Show: Hardcore Troubadour Radio Saturday, June 6 at 9:00 pm ET on Outlaw Country, SIRIUS channel 63 and XM channel 12.
Earle brings his notoriously outspoken attitude to satellite radio as he joins the other misfits, outcasts, rebels and renegades of country music also featured on SIRIUS XM’s Outlaw Country channel, created and executive produced by “Little Steven” Van Zandt. The weekly, hour-long show provides a forum for the legendary rebel troubadour to discuss great songs and the songwriting process.
The season’s first show will be a tribute to his friend and mentor Townes Van Zandt, including tracks from Earle’s new album, Townes, a collection of Townes Van Zandt songs. The season launch will feature covers of Van Zandt’s songs by Lyle Lovett, Cowboy Junkies, Gillian Welch, Robert Earl Keen, Emmylou Harris and others.
Outlaw Country SIRIUS channel 63 and XM channel 12, created and executive produced by E Street Band member “Little Steven” Van Zandt, is home to the freaks, misfits, outcasts, rebels and renegades of country music. The channel features shows hosted by Cowboy Jack Clement, Mojo Nixon, Johnny Knoxville, Steve Earle, Shooter Jennings, Hillbilly Jim, Marty Stuart and Fred Imus. Outlaw Country listeners will hear all three generations of Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, David Allan Coe., Emmylou Harris, Dale Watson, Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakam, Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, The Flying Burrito Brothers, The Band, Buffalo Springfield, and The Byrds and many others.
STEVE EARLE’S TOWNES DEBUTS AT #19, ATTAINING HIS HIGHEST BILLBOARD TOP 200 CHART POSITION DEBUT
NATIONAL TOUR STARTS MAY 28th IN PORTSMOUTH, NH
TO APPEAR ON THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN JUNE 3rd
“Earle, Townes Van Zandt’s foremost disciple, gives 15 favorites the kind of carefully considered settings they deserve.” Entertainment Weekly
“This is an extraordinary tribute to an elusive talent.” Sunday Express (UK)
May 20th, 2009 -- New York, New York -- Steve Earle’s Townes debuted today at number 19 on the Billboard Top 200 chart, the highest Top 200 debut in his career. Townes also debuted at #6 on the Billboard Country Chart. Incidentally, it is also the highest position on the Top 200 chart for New West Records, who released the record. The news comes on the heels of Earle’s seven in-store appearances in major indie retailers in eight days with an upcoming headline tour that begins May 28th in Portsmouth, NH (see full itinerary below).
Townes is garnering major worldwide critical acclaim, receiving 4 stars in Uncut, 4 out of 5 stars in The Sunday Express (UK), 3 out of 4 stars in USA Today and 8 out of 10 stars in Spin Magazine which claims that “…he does his idol justice.” Of the songs, Rolling Stone’s 3 1/2 star review states that Earle “…delivers them with the ease of breathing…” and in Best Life Magazine, Anthony DeCurtis stated that the album is “beautiful and scarifying.” A major profile on Steve Earle was featured on the cover of the Arts & Leisure section of the Sunday New York Times on May 10th, he was interviewed on both NPR’s All Things Considered and Here and Now and also appeared on the Tavis Smiley show the week of release. Steve Earle will be performing on The Late Show With David Letterman on June 3rd.
Townes, a 15-song set, is comprised of songs written by Earle’s friend and mentor, the late singer-songwriter, Townes Van Zandt. It was produced by Earle at his home in Greenwich Village, at Sound Emporium and Room and Board in Nashville, TN and The Nest in Hollywood, CA. The track, “Lungs,” was produced and mixed by the Dust Brothers’ John King and features Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine/Street Sweeper Social Club/The Nightwatchman on electric guitar. Earle’s wife, the acclaimed singer-songwriter Allison Moorer, is featured on backing vocals on “Loretta” and “To Live Is To Fly.” Three songs cut in Nashville, “White Freightliner Blues,” “Delta Momma Blues,” and “Don’t Take It Too Bad,” feature a bluegrass band consisting of Dennis Crouch, Tim O’Brien, Darrel Scott and Shad Cobb.
May 28 / Portsmouth NH / The Music Hall
May 29 / Boston MA / Berklee Performance Center
May 30 / Albany, NY / Swyer Theater
June 2 / South Orange NJ / South Orange PAC
June 4 / Princeton NJ / McCarter Theater
June 5 / Vienna VA / Wolf Trap Filene Center (with John Prine)
June 6 / Charlottesville, VA / Paramount Theatre
June 7 / Princeton, WV / Mountain Stage
June 9 / Richmond, VA / The National
June 10 / Carrboro, NC / Carrboro Arts Center
June 12 / Atlanta, GA / Atlanta Botanical Garden
June 13 / Savannah, GA / Fine Arts Auditorium
June 14 / Jacksonville, FL / Florida Theatre
June 16 / Knoxville, TN / Bijou Theatre
June 18 / Houston, TX / Crighton Theater
June 19 / Austin, TX / Paramount
June 20 / New Braunfels, TX / Whitewater Ampitheatre
June 21 / Dallas, TX / Lakewood Theatre
June 24 / St. Louis, MO / Pageant
June 25 / Chicago, IL / The Vic
June 26 / Bloomington, IN / Buskirk-Chumley Theatre
June 27 / Cincinnati, OH / Memorial Hall
July 8 / Burlington, VT / Waterfront Festival
July 9 / Montreal, QUE / Le National
July 10 / Ottawa, ONT / Ottawa Blues Fest
July 17 / South Park, PA / South Park Amphitheatre
July 18 / Windsor, ONT / Bluesfest International
July 19 / London, ONT / Bluesfest International
July 21 / Chatauqua, WI / Lake Superior Big Top
July 23 / Minneapolis, MN / Pantages Theatre
Aug 1 / Canandaigua, NY / Performing Arts Center (w/ Jackson Browne)
Aug 2 / Camden, NJ / Susquehanna Bank Center (w/ Jackson Browne)
Sept 6 / West Hampton, NY Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
** additional dates to be announced
Steve's new record Townes is now available!
Steve is a featured solo opener on two dates for Jackson Browne's Time The Conqueror world tour. He will open for Jackson on August 1 in Canandaigua, NY, at the Constellation Performing Arts Center and on August 2 in Camden, NJ, at the Susquehanna Bank Center. For more details visit Jackson Browne's tour page. Then check out guacfund.org to find out how you can reserve special benefit seats for either show.
Pick up the March 6 edition of Rolling Stone magazine to read David Browne's "In-The-Studio" piece on Steve's soon to be released album, Townes.
Check out Steve’s latest interview in Rolling Stone Magazine and find out about the music the moves him. In this interview you will hear the rabble-rousing rocker on his unique relationship with the late, great Townes Van Zandt, listening to the Kings of Leon and recording with Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello.
On Tuesday, February 3, 2009, Steve will perform at the Tibet House US Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall. Presented by Philip Glass and celebrating its 19th year with artists such as Antibalas, Keb’ Mo’, The National, Patti Smith and Vampire Weekend with more to be confirmed, the night also includes an after-party dinner. For more details and tickets to this event please visit, tibethouse.org/.
Join Steve and Allison for an intimate and personal performance at the City Winery in New York City on Thursday, January 8, 2009. As part of the Pairing concert series put on by the City Winery this event will be preceded by an optional tasting or private dinner. For more details on Steve and Allison's performance at the Pairing concert series, please visit citywinery.com.
In an effort to help recognize that the post-Katrina tragedy in New Orleans was made immeasurably worse by the diversion of U.S. resources to a cruel war, Steve Earle, Allison Moorer and others will perform at the 43rd Annual Peace Awards on December 12, 2008, Brooklyn, New York.
This event is to also recognize the efforts of Shana Griffin & Kali Akuno who are representatives of the greater New Orleans grassroots efforts to bring the city back to life.
Proceeds go to the War Resisters League’s work at home and abroad! To make reservations, call 212.228.0450 or visit warresisters.org
In its Twentieth Anniversary, Steve will join a host of other performers at this years Christmas Jam, presented by Warren Haynes on Saturday, December 13 at the Ashville Civic Center in Ashville, NC. As always all proceeds from the Christmas Jam will be donated to Habitat For Humanity. For more details on this event, visit www.xmasjam.com