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I'm not going to compare Justin Townes Earle to his father. "Fuck, no!" -- as the younger Earle snorted when an Off Broadway audience member yelled for him to play one of his dad's songs on Friday night -- sums up the two generations well enough.

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October 27 and 28, 2012 on the eve of Superstorm Sandy and in the shadow of the construction at Ground Zero in Manhattan, Joe Pug took the stage at Pace University to thank the man who created his job -- Woody Guthrie.

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The Louisville-based Forecastle Festival celebrated its 10th anniversary this year with a three-day event featuring some of the best and most popular acts in rock, pop, funk and electronic music.

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The tenth annual Forecastle Festival took place July 13-15 at Waterfront Park in downtown Louisville, Kentucky.

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Justin Townes Earle
Nothing's Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now
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That Justin Townes Earle would begin his career in the shadow of other great songwriters was unavoidable; after all, his father is Steve Earle, and he carries the name of late Texas songwriter Townes Van Zandt.

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The air outside the Pageant last night was uncharacteristically quiet and calm for a sold-out show. The relaxed crowd that lined up along both sides of the venue in the cold and pattering rain waited patiently to see the Decemberists and Justin Townes Earle play.

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Wednesday, 27 April 2011 17:51

Justin Townes Earle 4/27/11

What's in name? Big shoes to fill, perhaps, when your dad is an acclaimed singer-songwriter and you were named after his friend and biggest influence.

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Thursday, 15 May 2008 12:16

Justin Townes Earle 5/15/08

Like father like son: Justin Townes Earle writes dusty, bluesy country-folk songs and sings them with plainspoken honesty.

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