Steve Earle

Steve Earle appears in the following:

"City of Immigrants"

Friday, July 18, 2008

Steve Earle's wife and musical collaborator, Allison Moorer, joins Earle on this love song to their new hometown.

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"Tennessee Blues"

Friday, July 18, 2008

Steve Earle performs this song about leaving his adopted home of Nashville with no regrets.

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Steve Earle

Friday, July 18, 2008

Country rocker Steve Earle tells Kurt about how his move from Nashville to New York City inspired his new album, Washington Square Serenade. He also talks about his role on HBO’s The Wire: "a redneck recovering addict, so it required no acting."

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Steve Earle on Musical Activism

Monday, February 18, 2008

Singer-songwriter and activist Steve Earle has made several albums of in-your-face songs about the Bush administration and other political issues. But on his latest, "Washington Square Serenade," he's less the political provocateur than a sociological observer. He explains why.

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Steve Earle

Saturday, October 09, 2004

Musician Steve Earle is a self described “lefty redneck.” Earle started his musical career as a teenager singing against the Vietnam War. A decade ago, he fought off a heroin habit that landed him in prison. Since then, he has been active on behalf of prison reform and against the ...

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Steve Earle, Prison, Y Tu Mama Tambien

Saturday, March 30, 2002

Art gets twenty to life: host Kurt Andersen and musician Steve Earle explore the powerful connections between art and prison. We hear music that grew out of the Attica Prison uprising 30 years ago. The novelist Eddie Bunker writes about his two decades in lockup. And a controversial Mexican road ...

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Steve Earle on Prisons

Saturday, March 30, 2002

Kurt Andersen and country rock musician Steve Earle talk about creative life before and after lock-up. Earle's country-rock songs have always drawn critical praise and a loyal group of fans. His music divides naturally into the periods before and after 1994, when he went to prison and kicked his lifelong heroin ...

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Country Musician Steve Earle on Prisons

Saturday, September 08, 2001

Kurt Andersen and country rock musician Steve Earle talk about creative life before and after lock-up.

Earle's songs have always drawn critical praise and a loyal group of fans. His music divides naturally into the periods before and after 1994, when he went to prison and kicked his lifelong heroin ...

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Attica, Prison Literature, INS

Saturday, September 08, 2001

Kurt Andersen and musician Steve Earle explore the powerful connections between art and prison. We look at the musical legacy of the Attica Prison uprising, hear about a California prison built underground to accommodate a landmark, and meet novelist Eddie Bunker, an ex-con who mines his material from two decades ...