Steve Earle And The Dukes Tickets
Not many names in the music industry have achieved the level of success that the three time Grammy winner, Steve Earle has enjoyed over the years. He has recorded many successful albums throughout his career including, ‘Copperhead Road’ which achieved triple platinum level sales in Canada. Now, Earle and his group The Dukes are ready to take the show on the road this summer and will be playing plenty of shows in North America. So, if you want to listen to live versions of his hits like, Someday, Nowhere Road and Six Days on the Road then book your Steve Earle and The Dukes tickets now as they are selling fast.
Steve Earle is a rare gem. He has achieved a lot over the course of his stellar career and has also influenced many popular country stars including, Chris Knight, The Jayhawks, Jack Ingram and Charlie Robison. Moreover, some of his songs have also been recorded by legendary names like, Johnny Cash, Vince Gill and Waylon Jennings. Earle is now embarking on a tour with his group, The Dukes and will soon be playing music in your city. You can watch him perform live by grabbing your Steve Earle and The Dukes tickets.
Interested in country music, Steve Earle took a flight to Nashville when he was nineteen. Over there, he started to play music with Guy Clarke’s band as a bass guitarist. Soon, he began to get recognition and also appeared in the film, ‘Heartworn Highways’ alongside, Rodney Crowell, David Allen Coe, Townes van Zandt and Guy Clarke. After spending many years in the city, Steve decided to move to Texas where he founded his band, The Dukes.
He later returned to Nashville in the 80s and like many country stars, Steve Earle began his career as a songwriter. He was hired by the publishers, Roy Dea and Pat Carter and he penned down songs for Johnny Lee, Carl Perkins, Zella Lehr and Connie Smith. In 1982, he made his debut as a recording artist and came out with his EP with The Dukes titled, ‘Pink & Black.’
In 1986, Earle was signed to MCA Records which released his first studio album, ‘Guitar Town.’ The record catapulted him to stardom and reached first spot on the Top Country Albums. It was approved by the critics and received five stars out of five from AllMusic. ‘Guitar Town’ was also awarded platinum and gold certifications in Canada and the United States respectively. Moreover, it also made the Rolling Stones’ list of the, ‘500 Greatest Albums of All Time’ and was also included in CMT’s list of the, ’40 Greatest Albums in Country Music.’
Taking the industry by storm
Earle’s sophomore album, ‘Exit 0,’ which saw the light of day in 1987, also received overwhelmingly positive response from the critics. He tasted more success when he dropped his third studio effort, ‘Copperhead Road’ in 1987. The album charted in countries like, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. It sold more than three million copies in Canada and was certified gold by the RIAA. On top of that, ‘Copperhead Road’ was also praised by many publications including Time Magazine.
During the 90s, Earle spawned a total of four albums including one with The Dukes called, ‘The Hard Way.’ The record peaked at the fourth spot in New Zealand and recorded platinum level sales in Canada. It also received four stars out of five from Rolling Stones. More country fans jumped on the Steve Earle bandwagon when he put out his record, ‘I Feel Alright’ in 1996. It was mentioned in Guitar Player’s list of the, ‘Best Country Guitar Album’ and was also included in Spin’s list of the, ‘Top 90 Albums of the 90s.’
So You Wanna Be an Outlaw
At the start of the new millennium, Steve Earle began to experiment with his sound and fused elements of folk rock and Americana with country music which led him to release a Grammy nominated album, ‘Transcendental Blues’ in 2000. It landed at the fifth spot on the Top Country Albums. Since then, many more successful albums have hit the markets under his name including, ‘I’ll Never Get out of This World Alive,’ ‘The Low Highway’ and ‘Townes’ all of which performed well on the music charts.
On June 16, 2017, Steve Earle surprised his fans by releasing his sixteenth record, ‘So You Wanna Be an Outlaw.’ The album met the expectations of country music fans and collected positive reviews from AllMusic. He is now embarking on a tour to support his most recent studio effort with The Dukes and will be playing music at some of the most prestigious venues around. This is your chance to watch his performance live so, get your hands on Steve Earle and The Dukes tickets today.
Steve Earle And The Dukes Tickets Prices
The average price for Steve Earle And The Dukes Tickets start from $78. The minimum get in price is $73 for Steve Earle And The Dukes Tickets at the John T. Floore Country Store, Helotes. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Steve Earle and The Dukes||Helotes||20-Dec-17||$78||$73|
|Steve Earle and The Dukes||Oklahoma City||21-Dec-17||$189||$163|
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