Just a few months after the untimely death of Justin Townes Earle, medical examiners confirmed the cause to be due to a drug overdose. The singer/songwriter’s representatives broke the news through Earle’s socials. This is part of continuing the singer’s ...

Every timeless hit country song once started from a songwriter’s creative mind. This year, the 2020 class of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductees will be honoring five great songwriters which include Bobbie Gentry and Steve Earle who will ...

Prior to living glamorous lives, the tour busses, sold-out concert venues, and television appearances time after time, country stars had to work their way through and had their share of experiences doing multiple other jobs with some being straight awful, ...

“Will the Wolf Survive” was Waylon Jennings’  debut album released under MCA Records after transferring from RCA. This also served as Waylon’s fresh start in his career. A New Sound for Jennings Jennings had been recording and producing music with ...

Regarded as one of the true queens of country music, Loretta Lynn has been one of the pillars of what real country music is. Her career, panning for over half of a century,  has become colorful, defining every decade of music. ...

Country music has long existed for over a hundred years tracing its roots back to the 19th century. Thanks to its founding people — the men and women — who have served as pillars of this genre of music. To ...

The collaboration of country singers Miranda Lambert and Steve Earle is one of a kind in country music. The two joined forces to write and record a single for Steve Earle’s album So You Wannabe an Outlaw in 2017. “This ...

The committed troubadour, Steve Earle, took fifteen cuts from his hero, Townes Van Zandt. Simply entitled, Townes, the album is a collection of songs most meaningful to Earle of the trendy singer-songwriter. Earle met Van Zandt while performing in Houston, ...

www.youtube.com Collaboration A collaboration between Steve Earle and Allison Moorer in 2007 will make you go crazy for it. “Days Aren’t Long Enough” was written and performed by Steve Earle and Allison Moorer for the album Washington Square Serenade. The two were ...

Steve Earle (Photo screen grabbed on Youtube) Story Behind the Song In 1981, many families who relied on industrial and manual jobs were affected when the then President Ronald Reagan announced a two-day strike. More than 11,000 air traffic controllers ...

About the Song Released in 1988, “Copperhead Road” is a song penned and recorded by American country music artist Steve Earle. It was released as the first single and title track from his third studio album of the same name. The song reached number 10 ...