January 04 | 8:00 pm to 8:15 pm

Steve Earle with Mike Mattison

City Winery

When:
January 4, 2018 @ 8:00 pm
2018-01-04T20:00:00-05:00
2018-01-04T20:15:00-05:00
Where:
City Winery
Cost:
$40-$55
Steve Earle with Mike Mattison @ City Winery

Singer-songwriter Steve Earle is best known for his country music and rock ‘n roll tinged “alt-country.” He is also a published writer and keen political activist. Earle also had small roles on the HBO television shows “The Wire” and “Treme”. At the age of 20, Earle moved to Nashville and began working, recording with Guy Clark and Emmylou Harris. He finally scored a country hit in 1981, writing Johnny Lee’s top-ten cut “When You Fall in Love.” Earle’s early work as a performer tended towards the rockabilly sound, popular at the time. In 1986, his first proper album Guitar Town was a critical and commercial success. Earle’s later work has been more stylistically diverse, dipping in acoustic, bluegrass, and roots rock sounds.

Mike Mattison is a singer and songwriter known primarily for his work in the Derek Trucks Band and the Tedeschi Trucks Band. Mining an eclectic range of influences, Mattison’s astonishing vocal range and carefully-crafted songbook has earned a dedicated following from Carrollton to Roopville and beyond. Mattison is proud to have toured, recorded and shared the stage with such legends as B.B. King, Carlos Santana, the Allman Brothers Band, Solomon Burke, the Black Crowes and Herbie Hancock. “I’ve learned musicianship, professionalism, how to tour and how to navigate the music business from my work with Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi. Invaluable stuff. The experience surely impacted Mattison’s drive towards establishing himself as a solo artist.

2018-01-04 20:00:00 2018-01-04 20:15:00 America/New_York Steve Earle with Mike Mattison Singer-songwriter Steve Earle is best known for his country music and rock 'n roll tinged "alt-country." He is also a published writer and keen political activist. Earle also had small roles on the HBO television shows "The Wire" and "Treme". At the age of 20, Earle moved to Nashville and began working, recording with Guy Clark and Emmylou Harris. He finally scored a country hit in 1981, writing Johnny Lee's top-ten cut "When You Fall in Love." Earle's early work as a performer tended towards the rockabilly sound, popular at the time. In 1986, his first proper album Guitar Town was a critical and commercial success. Earle's later work has been more stylistically diverse, dipping in acoustic, bluegrass, and roots rock sounds. Mike Mattison is a singer and songwriter known primarily for his work in the Derek Trucks Band and the Tedeschi Trucks Band. Mining an eclectic range of influences, Mattison’s astonishing vocal range and carefully-crafted songbook has earned a dedicated following from Carrollton to Roopville and beyond. Mattison is proud to have toured, recorded and shared the stage with such legends as B.B. King, Carlos Santana, the Allman Brothers Band, Solomon Burke, the Black Crowes and Herbie Hancock. “I’ve learned musicianship, professionalism, how to tour and how to navigate the music business from my work with Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi. Invaluable stuff. The experience surely impacted Mattison’s drive towards establishing himself as a solo artist. City Winery