Post Tagged with: "Steve Earle"

  • Two Steve Earle Shows Twice as Nice

    Two Steve Earle Shows Twice as Nice

    The Front Row April 24, 2015 10:00 am no comments

    By Chuck Cox Special Contributor There really aren’t enough superlatives to describe Steve Earle. The guy is just flat-out a living legend. Period. For those of us who have been following his career for decades, it’s no surprise Earle just gets better and better with age. At 60, Earle treated […]

     
  • Steve Earle Right at Home at Billy Bob’s

    Steve Earle Right at Home at Billy Bob’s

    The Front Row July 7, 2014 4:31 pm no comments

    Dude is a survivor. He’s battled his way through alcohol abuse, drug abuse and almost double-digit failed marriages. But, he’s still standing there, mixing brand new songs and his timeless classics, with his trademark tied up bandanna on his right wrist, singing like he means it.

     
  • Chris Knight Brings His ‘A Game’ Once Again

    Chris Knight Brings His ‘A Game’ Once Again

    The Front Row February 2, 2014 1:48 am no comments

    There’s no such thing as a band Chris Knight song, but I think “It Ain’t Easy Being Me” and “Down the River” are two of the best I’ve ever heard in any genre. The former includes fellow performers Blake Shelton, Jason McCoy and John Anderson as co-writers. And when he sings the lyrics “I ain’t done much fishing, I hardly wet a line. The death of my brother still heavy on my mind. I’ve been thinking Wilson’s cousin better find a place to hide” during the latter, it will give you instant chill bumps.

     
  • Steve Earle Still Knows How to Put on a Show

    Steve Earle Still Knows How to Put on a Show

    The Front Row October 3, 2013 3:54 pm no comments

    By Chuck Cox Special Contributor Whenever I put together a big sports road trip, I also try to squeeze in a concert. It doesn’t always work out, but when I was planning last weekend’s Oregon extravaganza (I saw Oregon State and Oregon football games on Saturday), I saw that Steve […]