Live from Austin, Texas: Steve Earle Trailer

Live from Austin, Texas: Steve Earle Trailer (2004)

01 January 2004

t's the award-winning "Austin City Limits" television show -- remixed, remastered and reedited from the full original concerts that were adapted for the half-hour TV show. Steve Earle is the featured performer on this video that contains never-before-seen concert footage. Tracks include "Sweet Little '66," "Good-Bye Is All We Got Left," "Guitar Town," "Hillbilly Highway," "Good 'Ol Boy (Getting Tough)," "My Old Friend the Blues" and more.

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