Steve Earle

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Rebel rocker Steve Earle pays homage to his musical role model Townes Van Zandt with a tribute of covers. We'll hear about their friendship -- and the music it inspired -- when Steve Earle joins Morning Becomes Eclectic in live performance at 11:15am.

Steve Earle

Rebel rocker Steve Earle pays homage to his musical role model Townes Van Zandt with a tribute of covers. We'll hear about their friendship -- and the music it inspired -- when Steve Earle joins Morning Becomes Eclectic in live performance at 11:15am.

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Rebel and songwriter, Steve Earle, returns to perform songs from Washington Square Serenade on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

Steve Earle

Rebel and songwriter, Steve Earle, returns to perform songs from Washington Square Serenade on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.

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