Singer and Songwriter Justin Townes Earle Has Died
Singer, songwriter, second generation performer, and Nashville native Justin Townes Earle has passed away the age of 38. The news was released on Sunday evening, August 23rd, though no cause of death has been given at this time. Saving Country Music has confirmed his passing with his record label, New West Records.
“It is with tremendous sadness that we inform you of the passing of our son, husband, father and friend Justin,” is how the message reads on Facebook and Instagram. “So many of you have relied on his music and lyrics over the years and we hope that his music will continue to guide you on your journeys. You will be missed dearly Justin.”
Well-respected as a songwriter and performer, Justin Townes Earle was one of the rising stars in the Americana scene after first releasing a well-received six-song EP called Yuma in 2007, which led to him being signed to Bloodshot Records out of Chicago. This led to five critically-acclaimed records beginning with 2008’s The Good Life, leading into 2009’s Midnight at the Movies, which was named Saving Country Music’s Album of the Year.
By 2010, Justin Townes Earle was opening the doors for the country and Americana insurgency that would take root in the years to come. His album Harlem River Blues became a breakout, and the title track became the 2011 Americana Music Association’s Song of the Year, and he performed the song on Letterman with an up-and-coming performer named Jason Isbell playing guitar for him. In 2011, Saving Country Music named Justin Townes Earle the Artist of the Year.
After fulfilling his contract with Bloodshot Records, Earle moved to Vagrant Records where he released Single Mothers and Absent Fathers in 2014 and 2015 respectively, before moving to New West who released his final two records, Kids in the Street in 2017, and Saint of Lost Causes in 2019.
Named in part for Townes Van Zandt, who was close friends with Justin’s father, alt-country legend Steve Earle, the Nashville native grew up in the south of the city with his mother Carol Ann Hunter Earle. Steve Earle left the home when Justin was just two-years-old, though he returned later briefly after getting clean in 1994. But it was Justin mother who mostly raised him.
Like his father, Justin Townes Earle had his personal battles, including being arrested in Indianapolis in 2010 after a belligerent episode. Open about his issues with addiction, they often became interwoven into his songs, resulting in the honest and touching moments that marked his music.
Justin Townes Earle was married in October of 2013 to Jenn Marie Maynard. The couple had a daughter in June of 2017 named Etta.
More information when it becomes available.
August 23, 2020 @ 6:30 pm
2020 just wont fucking quit.. damn it.
August 23, 2020 @ 6:35 pm
Just going to emphasize again, I would treat this information as unconfirmed at this point. I chose to post about it because other outlets have, and I want to emphasize this. But I have been unable to verify Earle’s death from any other source than the social media posts on Justin Townes Earle’s Facebook and Instagram pages, meaning from people who know him personally or represent him, nor have I been able to find any cause of death. I am not saying the information is not true, but I have reported on a LOT of deaths, and you usually can verify via first person information the validity of the details. I have yet to secure this, or see anyone else do so.
All that said, if this is true, this is an incredible tragedy for the independent roots music scene. I am doing everything I can to verify the information and find out anything more about his death.
August 23, 2020 @ 6:56 pm
Just out of curiosity: what would be the likelihood it weren’t true, being that it is posted on his verified accounts?
No intentions of calling into question your caution on the matter, just strictly curious about the odds/reasons it would be posted there and not be true.
August 23, 2020 @ 7:43 pm
Accounts being hacked is one possible reason.
August 23, 2020 @ 8:08 pm
Well, it has been confirmed now, but it was just curious that nobody close to JTE had posted anything about it, the timing was strange, even the way the statement was worded seemed a little curious to me. You just want to be certain about these things, especially when it’s someone who is 38-years-old. And yes, someone could easily hack his accounts, or maybe someone who had his passwords and wanted to screw with him could have posted it, whatever. Usually when an artist has representation like Justin Townes Earle did, this would be handled via a proper press release. Perhaps since it is Sunday night, they made the decision to handle it this way.
Either way, it’s water under the bridge now.
I will have much, much more on all of this in the coming days.
August 23, 2020 @ 8:19 pm
Did you see the posts? It was blatantly obvious it was true.
August 23, 2020 @ 8:35 pm
I probably saw the posts since I posted the statement verbatim here and linked to both Justin Townes Earle’s Facebook and Instagram accounts where they were posted. Again, I have been able to confirm the information with the publicist for New West Records, so it’s water under the bridge. But social media is notorious for misinformation, and for accounts getting hacked. Just last month the accounts of Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Kanye West, and dozens of others got hacked simultaneously. I’ve had multiple accounts of friends been hacked and posted that they died, or as a goof by a friend of theirs. Taylor Swift, Maren Morris, many others have been victims of hacks. I just wanted to be sure, because I found it strange no other public pronouncements had been made by people close to him, and no information was coming from his label or management directly.
August 23, 2020 @ 9:38 pm
Good for you for being careful.
August 23, 2020 @ 10:41 pm
Sorry I did not mean to sound snippy. I get why you would want it confirmed. It was obvious something was up as Allison Moorer had put up those
silly prayer emojis on his last post. And they had put lyrics from one
of his songs. I actually happened to see the post a minute or two
after it came up and searched around the net for confirmation but
could not find any until 30 minutes or so later. So sad. He really was
one of my favorites out there today.
August 24, 2020 @ 5:22 am
Good to be careful. I think you handled it well. I heard that some family members were upset that the news broke through a manager before all of the family could be notified, and were rightfully upset.
August 24, 2020 @ 9:32 am
I always tell my friends “I’m waiting for SCM to confirm.” It’s better to be right than first.
August 25, 2020 @ 6:16 pm
I follow Steve’s sister Stacey on facebook, and she posted that his management had posted it before the family had been able to inform everyone, including his grandmother. I think they were waiting.
August 26, 2020 @ 5:47 am
Hi, emfrank. I bought Stacey’s album SImple Gearle when it came out in 1999. I saw her and her husband Mark Stuart shortly thereafter (and a couple of years before the first time I saw Steve live). It was at The Barns of Wolf Trap in Northern Virginia. I think they were opening for Steve Forbert. Really good set, as I remember.
I checked out her Facebook page and saw the post you refer to. I also saw one with some pictures she said was from a couple of weeks ago of a family gathering. It looks like Justin was there with his wife and daughter and Steve was there with who I’m guessing was John Henry? It looked liked a happy gathering.
August 26, 2020 @ 5:54 pm
Yes, that is John Henry with the headphones. He is severely autistic, so I assume that helps him focus. They do all look happy.
I have not heard Stacey and Mark live.
August 23, 2020 @ 7:24 pm
Just received confirmation from his record label, New West Records, Justin Townes Earle has died.
August 23, 2020 @ 6:41 pm
RIP man, you’ll be greatly missed. His music was something that I always came back to every few years, and that’s kind of funny because it evokes a heavy sense of nostalgia…
“Cause in time you’ll miss
Time you waste
Guess I’m now grown
For the first time in my life
Oh, I feel at home
In my heart and in my mind”
August 23, 2020 @ 6:42 pm
As if this year hasn’t taken enough from the music industry, can we just get to the end of the year without losing anyone else? Terrible news
August 23, 2020 @ 6:43 pm
August 23, 2020 @ 6:43 pm
Hope it somehow isn’t true. Like his namesake, an incredible songwriter- he knew how to find the redeeming beauty in heartbreak.
August 23, 2020 @ 6:47 pm
August 23, 2020 @ 6:52 pm
Just hanging out in my kitchen, drinking some Dale’s Pale Ale, listening to JTE. This shit is sad.
August 23, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
it was confirmed on his accounts.
i know he had drug problems in the past. it’s probably irresponsible to guess, but with drug problems usually comes some depression and the like. however it came to be, i hope the best for him in whatever beliefs he held.
August 23, 2020 @ 7:03 pm
Alison Moorer’s comment on his last IG post yesterday seems to suggest strongly that it’s true. She commented on it 3 hrs ago before it was announced. Terrible news
August 23, 2020 @ 7:08 pm
Oh, man. Those were the says of the outlaw revival… Hayes Carll, Elizabeth Cook, Shooter, Hank 3, JTE. I haven’t been keeping up with JTE lately. I recently watched a few shirtless performances on YouTube that made wonder if he was ok. I’ve heard he was fighting some demons. He must have lost a fateful round last night. Here’s to the souls that don’t make it back and the music they leave with us forever.
August 23, 2020 @ 7:24 pm
I saw that video too and as much as I hate to speculate, I thought the same thing.
August 23, 2020 @ 8:23 pm
damn. unfortunately i think those videos are pretty telling. 🙁
August 24, 2020 @ 7:01 am
I watched those videos this morning. Not easy viewing. It reminds me of a time when I was following Todd Snider closely and expected the worst.
August 24, 2020 @ 9:36 am
I was at one of those shirtless shows. Yes, it was a bit odd but i thought nothing of it. He came down off stage to dance with one of our female friends who was really grooving the whole time Justin played. He came off the bus to talk with our group after the show and seemed happy to do it.
But yeah, it’s sad… Having lost a brother to depression i have my own suspicions that i won’t elaborate on.
August 23, 2020 @ 7:14 pm
I was supposed to see him open for Dwight Yoakam in 2013. He cancelled out and Sturgill Simpson took his place. I was hoping to eventually see him. RIP.
August 23, 2020 @ 7:15 pm
Devastating news. Such a brilliant talent.
August 23, 2020 @ 7:52 pm
It’s so sad. I was in college in 2008 and Justin was the guy who got me into non mainstream country music. Him and the Avett brothers. My gf at the time played him for me. She introduced him to me as “you know I’m not really into country music but this is as country as I can get.” And she played Ain’t Glad I’m Leaving and I responded “this is as country as ANYONE gets”.
It was so good and as someone whose favorite country singer until that point had been Garth brooks it totally changed my perspective. I wouldn’t be commenting on this site without him.
August 23, 2020 @ 8:01 pm
Fuck, this one hurts.
August 23, 2020 @ 8:22 pm
I enjoyed his music and John Prine’s way more than 95% of the others mentioned on this site. Both were great writers and performers.
August 23, 2020 @ 8:38 pm
What a gutpunch this is. His album “The Good Life” was one of my first forays in to the alt country scene and is partially responsible for my love of the genre today. Hell, I’m pretty sure I even found out about SCM because of Trigger’s reporting of that Indianapolis incident in 2010. John Prine passing away earlier this year was incredibly sad, but he had at least lived a full life. Justin was only 10 years older than me, with so much to offer still.
Fm to C
August 23, 2020 @ 9:48 pm
I saw him open for Prine at Town Hall in NY about 10 years ago. I went in not knowing his music and came out a fan. He hung out in the lobby afterwards too. Now to lose both of them within a few months of each other is a terrible loss for all of us, as Earle’s young age and Prine’s last songs prove they had more in them we’ll never get to hear. Losing these guys plus James Hand really marks this as a terrible year for country.
August 23, 2020 @ 10:44 pm
Agreed although I don’t really think of Prine of Justin as country artists at all.
August 23, 2020 @ 9:48 pm
This is terrible. Don’t forget the guy playing guitar on his Letterman appearance (because he needed it) in 2011. This is truly a punch to the gut – it’s bad enough when the guys you expect to pass before their time pass before their time. What do you do when their sons, named for those who passed too soon, pass too soon?
August 23, 2020 @ 9:52 pm
Yes, I mentioned that in the obituary and am getting strangely harangued on Facebook for it as we speak. I think it’s a great illustration of how important Justin Townes Earle was to helping open the door for the roots music insurgence we enjoy today.
August 24, 2020 @ 8:35 am
This is one time when those who choose to harangue you are so out of order it is incredible. A man has passed. It is time to show your humanity. I have no idea what you said as I do not follow Facebook. But I do not see you saying something that could be construed as out of order. Any comments I have read coming from you have been nothing but humanitarian. God bless JTE. You will be missed.
August 23, 2020 @ 10:09 pm
Hey Trig, I thought of you immediately once I heard this tragic news.
Back in 2009 I was a fairly new fan of SCM and I reckon ‘Midnight at the Movies’ might have been the first album I bought at your recommendation. Because of your introduction to his music, I was so fortunate to see him play not long after in a club in Auckland, New Zealand.
The place was empty, probably 60 odd people there? It was a really simple and beautiful acoustic set. Just him. My dad and I had a chat to him outside the venue before he played. My dad told him some dumb story about having a car accident at some intersection in Nashville. Justin knew the place and was very kind and attentive during our conversation with him.
Do you still have the JTE tea towel I sent you? I never got around to framing mine. It might just be too damned sad to do it now 🙁 Rest in peace, JTE
August 23, 2020 @ 10:35 pm
Justin Townes Earle loved New Zealand and Chrsitchurch, 60 people at his shows or otherwise.
Yes, I still have my tea towel, thank you.
August 23, 2020 @ 11:03 pm
It’s been a while since I have seen your posts on SCM.
How is everything in New Zealand? Your country seems to be doing rather well in this present crisis…
August 24, 2020 @ 3:05 am
Hi Eric! That’s very nice of you to ask.
We doing okay down here, thank you. We had 102 days with no community transmission or Covid in our country at all (just those kiwis in quarantine facilities returning from overseas). Life was back to normal except our borders were closed.
Then we had a community outbreak just over a week ago, we are still unsure of it’s origins as it’s a new strain we’d not seen here before.
Our awesome Prime Minister put my city (Auckland) back into lockdown within 24 hours.
The cluster seems to have now been contained and we are out of lockdown on midnight Sunday. I’m lucky, I’ve been working from home since the first outbreak 5 months ago.
We are all having a bit of a giggle because Trump keeps taking about how New Zealand has had a massive resurgence … umm, we had 8 new cases today, all linked to the existing cluster!
We are very, very lucky down here. I really feel for you guys in the US dealing with this. It is a tricky virus and I have friends over there who have been in constant lockdown for 5 months. Very hard on mental health, relationships, families, businesses, etc.
I hope you are fairing okay, Eric? Take care, cheers Carla 🙂
August 24, 2020 @ 5:35 pm
Very glad to hear that everything is alright!
When a tragedy like this takes place, it is comforting to take solace in one another’s well being. There is no need to apologize for having a warm conversation. Please don’t let yourself get bullied for showing your heart!
August 24, 2020 @ 6:11 am
I thought COVID talk was unbecoming and hijacking in these types of threads but I guess they are OK when they reinforce your viewpoints.
August 24, 2020 @ 7:08 am
you are one sad dude, countryknight. you’re mad at a pleasant conversation?
August 24, 2020 @ 8:21 am
Yep. CountryKnight is the hypocrite. Two decent people passing the time of day. And he goes for a walk. Awesome chap.
August 24, 2020 @ 9:58 am
Learn what a hypocrite is because I am not the poster who moaned about COVID talk while asking another poster about COVID and not complaining when that poster made COVID political. That is hypocrisy.
I suggest not skipping first grade. That is when they teach reading comprehension.
August 24, 2020 @ 10:00 am
If you got mad from my comment, you misread it. I just pointed out Eric’s hypocrisy on COVID discussion.
August 24, 2020 @ 10:07 am
Can we just not have a COVID discussion here at all, on someone’s obituary, where COVID has not been cited as a cause, and we ultimately know it’s just going to devolve into a political argument?
August 24, 2020 @ 10:14 am
well CK, unfortunately all Eric did was ask how another commenter was doing. so what’s the hypocrisy?
he certainly didn’t use justin townes earle’s death to make a (stupid, uninformed) political statement like you did below. he didn’t make a point to say he didn’t like justin townes earle’s music in his obit.
why are you the way you are?
August 24, 2020 @ 5:42 pm
Thanks, thegentile. Yes, I was trying to console someone who is clearly grieving about this loss. That is a far cry from hijacking a thread to peddle conspiracy theories.
Once again, the lack of moral equivalency between the two sides is exposed by the conversation here.
August 24, 2020 @ 1:51 pm
Hi Trig, I do apologise for posting about something unrelated, and I hope it wasn’t perceived as disrespectful to JTE.
Yesterday was a REALLY hard day (for reasons other than JTE’s death, that was just the icing on the shitcake) and I appreciated Eric taking the time to check in on me 🙂
I think life is very, very hard for most of us at the moment. Many of us are in survival mode, to some degree or another.
I’d just encourage everyone to be kind, and to remember we’re all in this together.
I’m really grateful for my SMC community and feel blessed to be a part of it. Thank you for that.
Sending all of you aroha (love) and well-wishes. Take care out there xxx
Rest In Peace, JTE 💔
August 23, 2020 @ 10:10 pm
Oh no. He was so young and full of promise. I remember the days when SCM used to cover Justin regularly. He always seemed to have a promising career ahead of him, given his remarkable level of songwriting talent.
May he rest in peace, and may his family find peace and comfort in this unimaginably difficult time.
August 23, 2020 @ 10:42 pm
No matter what the cause is, they will mark it down as a COVID death.
I remember going through the SCM archives and he and Jamey Johnson were the hot topics in 2010. It is incredible how quickly trends change.
Never cared much for his music but a life is a life.
Prayers for his family.
August 23, 2020 @ 10:59 pm
I respect your opinions on music, but this COVID conspiracy theorizing is becoming an unhealthy obsession.
Moreover, it is very inappropriate to hijack threads of such a serious and somber nature as this one. Take it somewhere else.
August 24, 2020 @ 6:08 am
It is called gallows humor, man.
Relax. Don’t mini-mod. You are too good of a poster for that. And it is not a conspiracy theory. There exists plenty of data and stories about incorrect death certificates.
Rickie Jon Connors
August 23, 2020 @ 11:17 pm
Such sad news. Midnight at the Movies was such a great album. I remember the photo of Isbell on the sleeve, and my thinking “Hey, that’s the chunky kid who was in DBT”. They did kind of seem like peas in the Americana pod at that time.
Gutted for his family. RIP.
Cool Lester Smooth
August 24, 2020 @ 12:03 am
Harlem River Blues and Nothing’s Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now are two of the albums (along with his father’s I Feel Alright) that made me fall in love with the genre, beyond just listening to whatever was on the radio.
Fuck. Fuck. Fuck.
August 24, 2020 @ 1:20 am
That is really sad news and a shock as he is so young. 2020…..has been an awful year.
August 24, 2020 @ 4:58 am
2010 was around the time I started getting into Americana/Red Dirt/Alt Country. Justin Townes Earle and “Harlem River Blues” helped open that door for me. So sad. RIP.
August 24, 2020 @ 5:59 am
So sad. Read an interview with him where he talked about being the son of Steve Earle and named for Townes Van Zandt. Something about his father being one of the greatest songwriters who’s ever lived, and he couldn’t write a song like Townes if his life depended on it. Like a lot of sons and daughters of legends, the expectations and comparisons must have been overwhelming. But his records stand up on their own. RIP, young man.
August 24, 2020 @ 7:33 am
Just read, and was also struck by, that comment in the JTE obit in the Los Angeles Times (from an earlier Times story about the new generation of musician offspring). Here it is: “When you start with my middle and last names,” Earle told The Times in 2011, “how much worse can the expectations be? My father is one of the greatest songwriters who’s ever lived, and I couldn’t write a song like Townes Van Zandt if my life depended on it. But you know going through the door you’re gonna be judged based on that, so you better be ready.”
August 24, 2020 @ 6:06 am
We saw him in Atlanta in October. It was a fiery set, but he kind of rambled between songs and intimated that he wasn’t sober, or married, at that point. Funny, irreverent guy. Lost the shirt about half way through the set.
August 24, 2020 @ 6:22 pm
KGD, that is so supremely sad ….
I was listening to the local student radio station here this morning, and they played a song that JTE had recorded live in-studio two years back. It’s called “I Wonder What She’s Crying For?” Seriously. Justin, DUDE! I was messaging my friend in LA at the time about JTE. I was bawling, she was bawling. I think I’m gonna shed lots of more tears over this 😞
August 24, 2020 @ 7:08 am
damn, damn, double damn . . . .
August 24, 2020 @ 8:08 am
“Harlem River Blues” sounded and felt VERY different to me this morning. The new context is heartbreaking, but I swear the skies opened up for a moment while I was driving to that song.
“Tell my mama I love her, tell my father I tried…”
He had such a simple way with words that sounded effortless, and his musical style accompanied his voice so well. Aside from being a great talent, he seemed like a genuinely funny and interesting guy. I hope he’s somewhere out there with some old South Nashville buddies playing Replacements records and watching baseball. May you rest in peace, JTE.
August 24, 2020 @ 8:16 am
I was a huge fan of Justin. His music inspired to start playing guitar again after a long break. Let alone, playing those exact RK parlor guitars he played. I was lucky enough to see him around my birthday in Chicago in I believe 2017. It was a great show! I was hoping to meet him and get a poster signed after the show but he didn’t come out much to my dismay. My girlfriend at the time decided she was going to deliver on the greatest bday gift ever. She takes the poster, storms back into the venue, sneaks by security, gets backstage and walks right into his greenroom post show. Apparently Justin thought it was hilarious which speaks a ton to his character. He signed the poster with a nice inscription, talked to her for a bit, took a picture and gave her a hug. Sad news to hear as I sit at work looking at said signed poster. 🙁
August 24, 2020 @ 8:23 am
Terrible news. Thinking of his family and friends. He was one very talented artist .
August 24, 2020 @ 8:37 am
We we’re lucky enough to see him solo acoustic and with a band the last two times he came town (San Diego’s world famous Casbah, capacity 100). After the first show (acoustic) he went onto my list of “never miss a show no matter what/when/where or how much.” That’s a pretty short list. Shorter now I guess…
Cool Lester Smooth
August 24, 2020 @ 11:03 am
So upset I never saw him with the full band…but deeply thankful that I got to see him.
August 24, 2020 @ 8:43 am
Man, this one is tough. JTE was such a unique artist and will be truly missed. I got to see him a handful of times and each show was pretty special. RIP JTE, we’ll miss you.
August 24, 2020 @ 8:53 am
August 24, 2020 @ 9:43 am
Saw him at the Ryman last year I was just amazed by his talent…it’s sad that in the time of Covid my first thought was I hope he didn’t relapse. Mental health is being used to virtue signal by many mainstream media outlets and celebrities during these times…but even with that said these times are tough on many please if you see a friend, family member, neighbor or anyone you know struggling reach out.
August 24, 2020 @ 10:22 am
Cool Lester Smooth
August 24, 2020 @ 11:15 am
That’s a gorgeous piece of writing.
It really captures the duality of this news, where I don’t think anyone is truly shocked that he was taken from us too soon, but the news is devastating nonetheless.
August 24, 2020 @ 1:01 pm
Agreed. As I posted below, he seemed like someone who would never get over their problems.
Cool Lester Smooth
August 24, 2020 @ 1:03 pm
As soon as I saw the news, I had zero doubt it was true.
But I’m so, so sad.
August 24, 2020 @ 10:30 am
Terrible to hear of this last night. Caught him another of times, some shows were stellar, some not so good. Drove down to Santa Cruz to catch him at Moe’s Alley in 12/15 and he was great. Met his wife after the show selling merch and picked up Midnight. She was a genuine soul and I left that night hoping he’d stay focused and on a healthy course. Beyond sad today for his family, friends and fans. This one hurts. Godspeed Justin, you’ll be missed.
August 24, 2020 @ 11:38 am
Saw him way back in the beginning when he was an opening act for Dan Auerbach, during Dans first solo album tour. Justin played solo acoustic at that point and he was quite entertaining and a heck of a picker. He blew the crowd away, just him and an acoustic guitar, singing train songs and old-timey stuff. I knew who he was as I’d grown up with his dads music on country radio, ( The Guitar Town Era) and Copperhead Road of course.
I later saw him with full band around 2008 or 09 at The 930 Club. He had just been in trouble over that nightclub assault incident the week before I think. Anyhow, he played great that night and then proceeded to tell us all how much he loved heroin. He said, Ladies and Gentlemen, I should probably go to rehab, but I don’t want to.. as I love it, and nobody is gonna make me quit. At that point, the audience reacted by cheering….to say I was stunned is an understatement…they cheered for that statement…..and then they loudly stomped and sang along as he went into Harlem River Blues,,,not saying that isnt a powerful song, it is by all means…but after that dialogue and the audiences apparent indifference and glee, it was creepy to see a big sing-along about suicide. Yeah, can’t forget that evening.
So sorry for his family and friends and loved ones, I wish he could have found the true help he needed. Very talented man, who left a big mark in the Americana Scene and will be missed.
August 24, 2020 @ 12:56 pm
Good story. This article says a lot about him. To me he just seemed like someone who would never get past their problems.
August 24, 2020 @ 1:50 pm
It’s a father’s worst nightmare to outlive his own son; or a mother’s, to outlive her daughter. My condolences to all the Earles and prayers for Justin’s soul.
I don’t know his music well, but his time in one of those shirtless videos was really good, whether he was on something or no. What albums do SCMers recommend? Seems like the least we could do is give him an attentive listen.
And to think of people near us in need.
Cool Lester Smooth
August 24, 2020 @ 2:10 pm
The Good Life and Midnight at the Movies are probably the most traditionally country, and they’re fucking amazing
August 24, 2020 @ 2:45 pm
I also really enjoy Harlem River Blues. Not as traditional as the first two. It depends on your preference.
August 24, 2020 @ 5:44 pm
Or a mother to lose her son.
So sorry for his family & friends.
August 25, 2020 @ 6:48 am
I’ve always liked the Yuma EP the best. It’s the most stripped down.
August 25, 2020 @ 9:16 am
Rest In Peace.