Justin Townes Earle

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Justin Townes Earle: In Studio

Thursday, May 17, 2012

The Nashville-bred New York-based singer and songwriter (and son of troubadour Steve Earle), last joined us with his critically acclaimed 2010 album, "Harlem River Blues." His latest release has hints of Memphis soul, and is called "Nothing’s Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now." Justin Townes Earle joins us for a live acoustic performance. Plus – he records a song with The 78 Project.

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In Studio: Justin Townes Earle

Friday, January 28, 2011

Justin Townes Earle, the Nashville-bred, New York-based singer and songwriter (and son of troubadour Steve Earle), has received comparisons to Woody Guthrie for his heartfelt, barebones Americana music. He joins us today live in studio to share songs from his new release, Harlem River Blues. This is a repeat edition of Soundcheck.

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In Studio: Justin Townes Earle

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Justin Townes Earle, the Nashville-bred, New York-based singer and songwriter (and son of troubadour Steve Earle), has received comparisons to Woody Guthrie for his heartfelt, barebones Americana music. He joins us today live in studio to share songs from his new release, “Harlem River Blues.”

Justin Townes Earle, the Nashville-bred, New York-based singer and songwriter (and son of troubadour Steve Earle), has received comparisons to Woody Guthrie for his heartfelt, barebones Americana. He joins us today live in studio to share songs from his new release, “Harlem River Blues.”

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Justin Townes Earle

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

He has a famous father in musician Steve Earle and a legendary namesake in the late songwriter Townes Van Zandt. Some might buckle under the pressure, but Justin Townes Earle takes his pedigree in stride. He joins us to discuss his latest album, Midnight at the Movies, and to perform ...

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Din and Bear It

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Step inside some of New York’s hottest restaurants and you might think you’re in a nightclub. But some patrons want loud music taken off the menu. Today: a Soundcheck Smackdown debate on the role of music in restaurants. Plus: live music from singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle.