Steve Earle returns to Vancouver after six months and raises another ruckus

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, NOV. 27, 1987 By Steve Newton Whenever Steve Earle hits town, you're pretty well guaranteed a hellraisin' good time. It happened at his Vancouver debut last May at the 86 Street Music Hall, and then again last Thursday (November 19) when he and his rip-snortin' band the Dukes returned … Continue reading Steve Earle returns to Vancouver after six months and raises another ruckus

Steve Earle on the influence of Elvis and making it with Guitar Town

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, MAY 8, 1987 By Steve Newton When Steve Earle was 14 years old, he ran away from his home outside of San Antonio, Texas, and headed to Houston. All he had was an acoustic guitar and a head stuffed with dreams of making a living in music. "I was … Continue reading Steve Earle on the influence of Elvis and making it with Guitar Town

Steve Earle follows the Copperhead Road to Vancouver

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, April 21, 1989 How many famous touring stars hang around backstage after a show, tirelessly signing autographs and posing for pictures, till nearly all the hangers-on have snagged their mementos and headed off, leaving the object of their affection looking around and thinking, "Where'd everybody go?" Steve Earle is … Continue reading Steve Earle follows the Copperhead Road to Vancouver

Steve Earle dedicates a song “to Dubya and his fucking horse” in Coquitlam

ORIGINALLY POSTED ON STRAIGHT.COM, JUNE 9, 2012 By Steve Newton American songwriting legend Steve Earle played Coquitlam's Red Robinson Show Theatre last night, and--as always--took no prisoners as far as his political beliefs are concerned. One of the many highlights of the solo acoustic show was the performance of "Little Emperor", a song off Earle's latest album, I'll … Continue reading Steve Earle dedicates a song “to Dubya and his fucking horse” in Coquitlam