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Steve Earle

Steve Earle

Mar 23rd 2018 @ Hoyt Sherman Place

Des Moines, IA
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About Steve Earle
Genres:
Folk, Country, Singer/songwriter, Alternative Country
Band Members:
Steve Earle
Hometown:
New York, NY

In the strictest sense, Steve Earle isn't a country artist; he's a roots rocker. Earle emerged in the mid-80s, after Bruce Springsteen had popularized populist rock & rol...
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Friday, March 23rd, 2018
8:00 PM
Hoyt Sherman Place
1501 Woodland Avenue, Des Moines, IA 50309
106 RSVPs
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About Steve Earle
Genres:
Folk, Country, Singer/songwriter, Alternative Country
Band Members:
Steve Earle
Hometown:
New York, NY

In the strictest sense, Steve Earle isn't a country artist; he's a roots rocker. Earle emerged in the mid-80s, after Bruce Springsteen had popularized populist rock & rol...
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Fan Live Reviews
October 3rd 2018
Steve and the band seemed to genuinely be enjoying themselves and sounded great. Hard to believe that classic album is 30 yrs old but they took me right back there. Opening act was quite talented and also played along with Steve during the main set. Loved the between song chatter and spot-on political comments. Looking forward to the upcoming releases. A performance to remember for sure.
Gene
North Truro, MA@
Payomet Performing Arts Center
September 3rd 2018
Anyone who records an album of duets with Shawn Colvin is inherently awesome. Venue was incredible. And in honor of its 30th anniversary, he covered all of Copper Head Road. Also, he weaved all these great personal and professional stories. Huge treat for $10!
David
Brighton, United Kingdom@
Brighton Dome
July 18th 2018
Played songs from new album which I haven’t had time to get into yet but also played classics like Johnny Come Lately, Jerusalem and Copperhead Road. At the end he spoke while playing a background piece on guitar- really moving thoughts about his life and the mess we find the world in. But maybe best song of all was a version of Hey Joe, just amazing!
user41221245
Minneapolis, MN@
Pantages Theatre
March 23rd 2018
First time seeing Steve Earle in concert, I would highly recommend seeing him in concert. A truly great entertainer, I will definitely try to catch the show the next time he is in town.
Mike
Oklahoma City, OK@
Tower Theatre
December 23rd 2017
Steve Earle put on a great show - so cool to finally see him, after all these years! It's obvious that artists and fans love The Tower Theater - so happy to have such a cool new venue in OKC.
Tom
Ft Lauderdale, FL@
War Memorial Auditorium
December 18th 2017
One of the top 5 shows I’ve seen in my lifetime. Steve Earle is a brilliant songwriter and recording artist, but live his songs can breathe. They change into much more than just a carbon copy of the record. Steve Earle has a crack band and half of the 6-piece played multiple instruments. Peddle steel, fiddle, mandolin (acoustic and electric), etc. He puts the money into the show to make sure the songs get what they need and it shows. He told a few stories too, which we enjoyed. Most importantly he sounded great and opened the songs up into these beautiful living, breathing songs. I’ve been a fan since Guitar Town came out when I was 9 and my father played it all the time. He was a 3rd generation coal miner and union man. He loved what Steve sang about and what he stood for too. He passed at 54 and I know he would’ve loved the show. Steve played 3 or 4 songs from that album and a great variety from throughout his considerable catalog. I’ve been a big fan of his records for 3/4 of my life, but this was the first time I’ve seen him live. It will not be the last. Please come back to this venue soon Mr Earle. It was a huge treat for us. Thanks
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