'Steve Earle: The Warner Bros Years' box set out June 25
April 25, 2013
Shout! Factory has announced the June 25 release of Steve Earle: The Warner Bros Years
, a 4-CD/1-DVD box set paying tribute to an incredibly significant time in Earle’s career. The box set consists of three essential Steve Earle studio albums, Train a Comin’, I Feel Alright
, and El Corazόn
, the previously unreleased concert album Live at the Polk Theater
, and To Hell and Back
, a concert filmed at Cold Creek Correctional Facility in Tennessee. The box set also contains a newly written intro by Earle, original booklet information and art from the original Warner Bros releases, and an insightful essay written by David Simon, creator of HBO’s The Wire
, in which Earle appeared in and provided music for.
Earle will be on tour in the US and Canada this summer in support of his new album The Low Highway.