My favorite Steve Earle album turns 20 today …
The Hardcore Troubadour releases “Transcendental Blues” on June 6, 2000.
Don’t you ever hang up your highway shoes, Steve …
Wilco release their debut album on March 28, 1994 …
Source: A.M. – You Can’t Make This Stuff Up
Dolly, EmmyLou and Linda release a collaborative album on March 2, 1987. It sells over 4 million worldwide and earns 2 Grammys.
Sharon Van Etten delivers a smoldering version of “Seventeen” in a preview clip from her upcoming appearance on Austin City Limits, set to air January 4th at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on PBS.
Source: Sharon Van Etten Performs Mighty ‘Seventeen’ in New ‘ACL’ Clip – Rolling Stone
I got you and that’s all I need …”
Wilco release their second — and my favorite of their albums so far — on October 29, 1996. I’ve worn out two CDs. Probably be three if not for technology.
Shakey releases his first compilation album on October 28, 1977.
The Hardcore Troubadour releases Washington Square Serenade on September 25, 2007 …
Some call it the best live album ever. I have a very, very hard time arguing with that. Released on August 15, 1972.
Send somebody to the Quik Pak store … Robert Earl Keen released this gem on August 10, 1994.