Welcome to my Steve Earle Copperhead Road page where you'll find a collection of tips on rhythm, full lesson tutorials available for purchase along with several free chords and lyrics sheets in .pdf format and demo videos. Songs are covering well known musician Steve Earle.
I've used some of the best Steve Earle albums so you'll know the source of the original song.
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Below are a list of Steve Earle songs you can learn on the acoustic guitar.
Copperhead Road was a song released in 1988 from the album of the same name bY Steve Earle.
This song peaked at #10 in the US and #45 in the UK.
Down The Road hails from the very successful album 1986 debut album entitled Guitar Town.
This track however was not one of the four singles released from the album.
Galway Girl is a track from the 1999 album Transcendental Blues featuring Irish accordion player Sharon Shannon.
This song has become a great tune during St Patrick Day celebrations but Steve Earle never released this song as a single for some reason. Download the free Steve Earle Galway Girl lyrics below.
Goodbye Is All We Got Left was a single from Steve Earle's 1986 album Guitar Town.
This song reached #8 in the US and #10 in Canada on the country charts. Download the free Steve Earle Goodbye lyrics below.
Guitar Town was the lead single from the 1986 album of the same name.
This one reached #7 in both Canada and the US on the country charts that year. This became Steve Earle's highest charting song.
The lyrics were changed from "cheap guitar" to "Jap guitar" before recording. Download the free Steve Earle Guitar Town lyrics below.
Hardcore Troubadour is a track from Steve Earle's 1996 album I Feel Alright.
This one was never released as a single.
Hillbilly Highway is also a track from the 1986 album Guitar Town.
This number was released as a single reaching #37 in the US and #46 in Canada. Steve Earle co-wrote this one with Jimbeau Hinson.
Hurtin Me Hurtin You can also be found on the 1996 album I Feel Alright.
This song was never a single release.
I Ain't Ever Satisfied was one of three singles from Steve Earle's 1987 album Exit 0.
This number reached #26 on the US Rock chart but never charted on any country charts.
Johnny Come Lately was a track off of the 1988 album Copperhead Road.
The song did not chart in Canada or the US but did reach #75 in the UK.
My Old Friend The Blues was a track from Steve Earle's 1986 album Guitar Town.
This number was also never released as a single.
Nowhere Road is from the 1987 album Exit 0.
It reached #20 in the US and hit #7 in Canada. Steve Earle co-wrote this song with Reno Kling.
Waylon and Willie did a cover of this song for their Wanted! The Outlaws album form 1996.
Now She's Gone hails from the 1996 album I Feel Alright.
This song was never released as a single.
NYC was recorded by Steve Earle back in 1997 from his El Corazon album which featured Del McCoury and Emmylou Harris.
Justin Townes Earle also covered the song, which is the version I was following here for this lesson.
Poor Boy is also a track on the 1996 album I Feel Alright.
Steve Earle did released two singles from that album but none of the four lessons I have here were released as singles.
Someday is a track from the 1986 debut album from Steve Earle called Guitar Town.
This song was released as a single and reached #28 in the US and #31 on the Canadian country charts. The song also appeared in the 2007 film Bridge To Terabithia. Download the free Someday Steve Earle lyrics below.
Stay All Night Stay A Little Longer was a Rodney Crowell song that him and Steve Earle were jamming at around a kitchen table. You'll find the clip on Youtube.
Someone had requested I do a lesson on that song. I'm not sure if Steve Earle ever recorded the song but guess is he did not.
The Mercenary Song a.k.a. simply Mercenary Song is a track from the 1995 album Train A Comin'.
This song was never released as a single.
Thanks for stopping by my Steve Earle Copperhead Road page. I hope the free chords and lyrics sheets, free demo and rhythm tips were useful in helping you play a few of Steve Earle's top songs.