The opening act was STARZ and I remember the big hair, glam suits and the song Cherry Baby which was getting a lot of air play on KISS FM. Oh, and I remember laughing my ass off when the lead singer was crooning on the edge of the stage and got hit the face by a hot dog. He flips the crowd off and everyone busts out laughing.

The Sweet Tea Project (feat. Ed Roland of Collective Soul) The Sweet Tea Project (feat. Ed Roland of Collective Soul) (feat. Ed Roland of Collective Soul)

We also have a brick and mortar retail store in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles which houses all of our online collectible vinyl and memorabilia, as well as an incredible selection of reasonably-priced, quality used vinyl LPs, vinyl 45s, CDs, DVDs, Books, Magazines, Posters, T-Shirts and a whole lot more.

The new songs include the gentle, acoustic folk ballads “News From Colorado” and “The Girl on the Mountain.” “Fixin’ to Die,” on the other hand, is a dark shout from the hell of Death Row. “The Firebreak Line” returns Earle to his pile-driving, country-rock roots. “You Broke My Heart” is a sweet, simple salute to the 1950s sounds of Webb Pierce or Carl Smith.   “Walkin’ in .” is a twanging country shuffle. The guitar-heavy “Sunset Highway” is an instant-classic escape song. And the deeply touching “Goodbye Michelangelo ” is Steve Earle’s farewell to his mentor, Guy Clark, who passed away last year.  “ It was written right after me and Rodney Crowell and Shawn Camp and a few other folks had taken Guy’s ashes to Terry Allen’s house in New Mexico,” Earle says. “I was only 19 when I came to Nashville. Guy and Susanna Clark finished raising me. Guy was a great cheerleader for me.”


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