Forty years into her career, Harris continues to share the hard-earned wisdom that—hopefully if not inevitably—comes with getting older, though she’s never stopped looking ahead.
Harris is also an avid supporter of animal rights and is actively involved in Bonaparte’s Retreat, the dog rescue organization that she founded.’ I turned around and there was a .357 Magnum pointed at the back of my head. Years later, he signed an autograph to me that said, ‘Steve, I’m glad I didn’t pull the trigger.’” Steve Earle’s third duet partner on is Miranda Lambert.The two co-wrote their vocal collaboration “This Is How it Ends.” “I learned from Guy Clark that co-writing might lead me to write some stuff that I wouldn’t write otherwise,” comments Earle.She has recorded with such diverse artists as Linda Ronstadt, Daniel Lanois, Bob Dylan, Mark Knopfler, Neil Young, Gram Parsons, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, Ryan Adams, Beck, Elvis Costello, Johnny Cash, Lucinda Williams, Lyle Lovett and most recently Rodney Crowell.Few artists have achieved such honesty or have revealed such maturity in their writing.# # # For further information, contact Rick Gershon at Warner Bros.Records Publicity: 818-953-3473 / [email protected] Steve Earle: https:// Earle Music/ https://twitter.com/steveearle? list=PLz Xa9crn ASXhe HGw WKOIg3do Cm75ba Yy T Ann Wilson has announced her 2017 20-date solo tour. All of the songs that make up the essence of Ann Wilson will be on display; Heart songs, songs from Ann’s solo projects, and songs that have influenced and inspired Ann throughout her life.is the first recording he has made in Austin, Texas.Earle has lived in New York City for the past decade but he acknowledges, “Look, I’m always gonna be a Texan, no matter what I do.“The song is Miranda’s title, and some of the very best lines in it are hers.” is dedicated to Jennings, who died in 2002.The deluxe CD and the vinyl version of the album include Earle’s remakes of the timeless Waylon Jennings anthem “Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way,” as well as Billy Joe Shaver’s “Ain’t No God in Mexico,” which Jennings popularized as well as Earle’s versions of “Sister’s Coming Home” and “The Local Memory,” songs that first appeared on Willie Nelson discs.