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Longtime Nashville resident [b]Steve Earle[/b] has announced a short UK tour for early next year.

With special guest, co-writer and wife, [b]Allison Moorer[/b] supporting on all dates, the Grammy Award winning guitarist kicks off his ‘An Evening With’ tour in Cambridge on January 24.

Master storyteller Earle has just released his first album for New West Records – after a rare three year break from recording. Check out Uncut’s 4-star review of Washington Square Serenade here.

Earle’s wife, singer-songwriter Allison Moorer, joins him on the tender duet “Days Aren’t Long Enough,” which they co-wrote.

As well as touring, Earle is continuing with his recurring role as ‘Waylon’ in US TV show ‘The Wire’ as well recording a cover of [b]Tom Waits[/b]’ ‘Way Down In The Hole’ as the series theme song.

The cover appears on Earle’s new album.

His full UK tour dates are as follows:

[b]Cambridge Corn Exchange (January 24)
Basingstoke Anvil (25)
Gateshead Sage (27)
Birmingham Town Hall (29)
London Roundhouse (February 18)[/b]

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