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Guitar Town is the debut album from singer-songwriter Steve Earle, released on March 5, 1986. It topped the Billboard country album charts, and the title song reached #7 on the country singles charts. Earle was also nominated for two 1987 Grammy Awards, Best Male Country Vocalist and Best Country Song, for the title track.
Exit 0 is the second studio album credited to Steve Earle & The Dukes, released in 1987. Earle was nominated for two 1988 Grammy Awards for songs on the album, Best Male Country Vocalist for “Exit 0” and Best Country Song for “Nowhere Road”.
Copperhead Road is the third studio album, released in 1988. The album is often referred to as Earle’s first “rock record”; Earle himself calls it the world’s first blend of heavy metal and bluegrass, and the January 26, 1989 review of the album by Rolling Stone suggested that the style be called “power twang”
The Hard Way is the fourth studio album by Steve Earle (back by The Dukes), released in 1990. It was dedicated to Emilio Lorenzo Ensenat (1930-90)
Shut Up and Die Like an Aviator is a live album by Steve Earle and the Dukes. The album was released in 1991 and recorded live in London and Kitchener (misspelled in the liner notes at “Kitchner”) Ontario, Canada, in October 1990.
Essential Steve Earle is a compilation album released in 1993.
DVD – Live At Montreux 2005 – This DVD captures Steve Earles performance at Montreux solo playing just guitar or mandolin. A powerful performance and in between songs he lets the audience know how he feels about the state of the world and America in particular from a fairly unbiased view point