Steve Earle & The Dukes


Copperhead Road 30th Anniversary

Performing Copperhead Road in its entirety & God knows what after that!


Why you should see this show…

It is easy to label Earle’s music as Americana. Upon closer inspected, it is revealed to be a mixture of Country, Rockabilly, Blues, Celtic, and Rock. On this tour, Earle is supported by The Dukes, including pedal steel player, Ricky Jackson, Kelley Looney on bass, Chris Masterson on his guitars, and Eleanor Whitmore’s vocals and fiddle playing, as well Brad Pemberton’s rock drumming. This is sure to be a rockin’ show.

Steve Earle Bio
A protégé of legendary songwriters Townes Van Zandt and Guy Clark, Steve Earle quickly became a master storyteller in his own right, with his songs being recorded by Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Waylon Jennings, Travis Tritt, The Pretenders, Joan Baez and countless others. In 1986, his debut record, Guitar Town, shot to No. 1 on the country charts and immediately established the term “New Country.” An array of releases followed, including the biting hard rock of 1988′s Copperhead Road and the minimalist beauty of 1995′s Train A Comin’, as well as the politically charged 2002 masterpiece Jerusalem, plus the Grammy Award-winning albums The Revolution Starts…Now (2004), Washington Square Serenade (2007) and Townes (2009). Steve’s fifteenth studio album, The Low Highway, was released to worldwide acclaim in 2013, followed by Terraplane and last year’s So You Wannabe An Outlaw.
The Mastersons Bio
Don’t bother asking The Mastersons where they’re from. Brooklyn, Austin, Los Angeles, Terlingua; they’ve called each home in just the last few years alone. If you really want to get to know this husband-and-wife duo, the better question to ask is where they’re going. Perhaps more than any other band playing today, The Mastersons live on the road, perpetually in motion and always creating. Movement is their muse. On tour, in the unpredictable adventures and characters they cross, in the endless blur of skylines and rest stops and dressing rooms and hotels, that’s where they find their greatest inspiration, where they hone their art, and where they crafted their brilliant new album, Transient Lullaby.

“When you travel like we do, if your antenna is up, there’s always something going on around you,” reflects guitarist/singer Chris Masterson. “Ideas can be found everywhere. The hardest thing to find is time.”


Dining Options

If you’d enjoy a more extensive menu, we suggest you dine downstairs in the Rusty Anchor before your concert. Click here to see the Rusty Anchor menu. To make a reservation, visit, or call (216) 242-1250. Please allow 90 minutes to dine prior to the beginning of your show upstairs.

We are excited to announce a NEW MENU upstairs in the Concert Hall, and we encourage you to give it a try. As always, you dine right in your ticketed seat. Click here, to see the Concert Hall menu. There is no additional reservation required for dining in the Concert Hall. Last call for dining upstairs is at show time. Beverage service will be available throughout the show.


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