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Fri October 19, 2007
Earl Brown on Meridian Part 2 - Steve Earle
By Tracy Ross
Murray, KY – Best known as an actor, Earl has been a life-long music fan. His earliest memory of the power of music was hearing Hank Williams on his grandmother's record player. Hank's haunting "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" would often bring the three-year old Earl to tears. The fact that someone long since dead could have created a thing so powerful as to make a toddler mournful decades later left an indelible impression upon the youngster.
Brown met musician Steve Earle at an airport and a personal and professional friendship begins. He talks to WKMS' Tracy Ross about early experience in the music industry.
Click the "Listen" icon above to hear their interview.
Earl Brown plays with his band, Sacred Cowboy, at The Rutledge in Nashville October 20th at 7pm. Tickets are $10 and for audience 18 and over. For more information about this venue, visit www.therutledgelmv.com
For information about Sacred Cowboys, visit www.sacredcowboys.com
And to hear some of their music, visit