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Concert Photography, Music

Photos: Steve Earle, The Mastersons @ Massey Hall

Photos by: Orest Dorosh – 

Folk-rock singer-songwriter Steve Earle, who released his sixteenth album, Terraplane, on February 16th, 2015 via New West, which followed up his 2013 album, The Low Highway, which featured the songs “After Mardi Gras” and “That All You Got?”, which were featured in the HBO series Treme, performed at Massey Hall in Toronto last night with Brooklyn-based alt country band The Mastersons, which features the husband and wife duo of Chris Masterson and Eleanor Whitmore.  

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One thought on “Photos: Steve Earle, The Mastersons @ Massey Hall

  1. Steve,s Massey Hall performance gets a B+. The first two thirds of his show was the best I,ve seen but from his song “Cocaine”, it quickly went down hill from there. Always amazes me why sound technicians think that louder is better. The sound from that point on was so loud and distorted that most of Earle,s words were unintellegeable . It was truly a crime to performe like that in such a great acoustic venue as Massey Hall. Have also seen this done by Blue Rodeo at the Stratford Theatre, a venue that hardly needs 1000 watts of amplification!
    At least Stevie,s solos were top notch with his vocals clearly filling the house.

    Posted by Rick Vodden | September 29, 2015, 8:17 am

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