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History of Southern Rock pt2- Gregg Allman, Gary Rossington, Doug Gray, Hughie Thomasson, Henry Paul, Donnie Van Zant, Charlie Daniels, Steve Earle

This is the conclusion of the two-part History of Southern Rock , a labor of love that captures the heart and soul of the musicians who long ago made it possible someday in 2018 to watch Chris Stapleton and Sturgill Simpson perform “Midnight Train to Memphis” on Saturday Night Live.  Listen to the story from the […]

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Steve Earle- Tennesse Blues- Dallas Sept 2007

In 1969 Bob Dylan went from New York City to Nashville Tennessee to make Nashville Skyline,  an album that fundamentally altered the courses of both rock’n’roll and country music. In 1986, young Texan Steve Earle went from Houston to Nashville for his debut Guitar Town,  which effectively had a similar influence on both musical worlds…

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Steve Earle-Days Aren’t Long Enough

“Days Aren’t Long Enough” originally found on Americana mainstay Steve Earle‘s 2007 Washington Square Serenade is the 21st century replacement for “Auld Lang Syne”, performed live In the Studio in Dallas in 2007 by the former Guitar Town resident and  and his ex-wife  Allison Moorer.- Redbeard    

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Steve Earle- City of Immigrants- Dallas 9-07

With the ongoing immigration policy debate, the timing seems right to share the song “City of Immigrants” which first appeared on Steve Earle‘s 2007 Washington Square Serenade . Here’s Steve backed by the stunning ex-Mrs. Earle Allison Moorer when they both visited In the Studio in 2007. –Redbeard

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Steve Earle- Copperhead Road- Dallas 1988

In 1988 Texan Steve Earle and I were sitting by the pool on the patio of Dallas’ former Greenville Avenue Country Club bar/ restaurant when he put this acoustic guitar with the huge sound on his knee and belted out “Copperhead Road”, his five minute movie-in-your-mind. – Redbeard Steve Earle in 1987 (right), and with […]

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Redbeard’s Most Significant Interviews A-Z

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