Steve Earle

James McMurtry Joined by Joan Baez & Steve Earle on 'We Can't Make It Here'

In response to the monumental Occupy Movement, “America’s Fiercest Songwriter” James McMurtry has joined forces with Steve Earle and Joan Baez to record a new version of McMurtry’s poignant “We Can’t Make It Here.”  Originally released in 2005 (Childish Things), "We Can’t Make It Here" won the Americana Music Association’s award for “Song of the Year” in 2006.

Chelle Rose's 'Ghost of Browder Holler' Streets May 1st

Hardscrabble Appalachia is known for its bluegrass, moonshine and coal mines. Now, with the May 1 arrival of gut-honest singer-songwriter Chelle Rose’s second album Ghost of Browder Holler (Lil’ Damsel Records, street date May 1, 2012), add visceral rock ’n’ roll to that list.

Preservation Hall Jazz Band Announces More Special Guests for 50th “Golden” Anniversary

New Orleans jazz legends Preservation Hall Jazz Band are pleased to announce more special guests that will join them on stage for their 50th anniversary performance.  On January 7th, 2012 at 8:00pm they will grace the Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall, with special guests Trey McIntyre Project, Steve Earle, Merrill Garbus (tUnE-yArDs), & Ed Helms.  These guests join an already incredible list that includes

Gill Landry: Bluegrass Noir at Hi-Dive

Gill Landry performed the opening act at Hi-Dive on South Broadway in Denver, CO on October 17.