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By: Dan Gabel
February 17, 2015

Steve Earle and the Dukes’ new album, “Terraplane,” is a full-band outing with drums and crunchy electric guitars mixing with resonator guitar, acoustic guitar, and fiddle on original blues songs written by Earle. Here, Earle performs the second track on the album solo. For more, see newwestrecords.com and steveearle.com.

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    ● Courses
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    ● Notation Guide
    ● For Beginners
 
 
    ● Vintage Vault
    ● New Gear
    ● Fine Lutherie
 
 
    ● Workshops
    ● Advice
    ● Repertoire
 
 
    ● Recordings
    ● Events
    ● Breaking News
 
 
    ● In The Studio
    ● Live Onstage
    ● Backroom
 
 
    ● New Products
    ● Inside Look
    ● Performances
    ● Partner Pages
 
 
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