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Monday, Oct. 11, 2010

Harlem River Blues (Bloodshot Records)

Justin Townes Earle’s down-home blend of Americana so perfectly marries that genre’s most crucial aspects—indie singer-songwriter sensibilities, shitkicker stomp, rustic twang, Springsteen-esque blue-collar empathy—that his latest might well be served with a side of apple pie...
08.21.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
WMSE's Radio Summer Camp launched strongly last night with an all-local bill at the Turner Hall Ballroom, where Juniper Tar, aided by the ballroom's booming acoustics, delivered the most resounding, rocking set I've ever seen from them and '90s rockers Sometime Sweet Susan continued their well-timed reunion. With young bands like No Age aping the era, and veterans like Sonic Youth and Dinosaur Jr....
Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2009
Before heading to Milwaukee for this weekend's WMSE Backyard BBQ concert, Justin Townes Earle enjoyed a rare moment off the road, relaxing in an apartment on Manhattan's Lower East Side that he and his fiancée moved into earlier this year. For Earle, a 27-year-old folk singer/songwriter who had been living and working in West Nashville, Tenn., New York City's sights and sounds...
Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009

Tonight @ Burnhearts, 7 p.m.

The Midwestern music blog Muzzle of Bees and WMSE 91.7 team up for the third time this year for a listening party at Burnhearts, where they give away prizes and selling copies of the spotlighted album. This time around they’ll be spinning Nashville-native Justin Townes Earle’s new record, Midnight at the Movies, due out March 3. The son of country legendary icon Steve Fain Earle, Justin Townes plays a lived-in brand...

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