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 and Treme, 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.