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    A rock and country artist with a strong reverence for his mentor Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle began his music career in Nashville in 1975. There he wrote songs for Carl Perkins, Johnny Lee, Vince Gill, Patty Loveless, and even Elvis (though Elvis never showed up at the recording session and Perkins ended up releasing the song, “Mustang Wine,” himself). Earle didn’t begin releasing his own albums until 1986, and a string of successful records eventually brought him to Los Angeles. Struggling with drug addiction, Earle took a break from the music world in the early ’90s. Once he returned, he never looked back. Now a published writer, actor, and Grammy-winning recording artist, Earle continues to push his own boundaries and experiment with new genres. His songs have been covered by everyone from Joan Baez to Johnny Cash and featured in a number of films including Dead Man Walking and Brokeback Mountain.
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