Joe Ely: Live At Antone’s

West Texas country rocker Joe Ely’s "Live At Antone’s" captures the energy, drama, and humor of his live performances. The lineup includes early mainstays of Ely’s career, steel guitarist and producer Lloyd Maines and guitar great Jesse Taylor. Ely hales from Lubbock, Texas, home of such greats as Buddy Holly, Roy Orbison, Bob Wills, and Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and the album is a rich mix of rock, country and Mexican influences.
Live At Antone's
Released: 6/6/2000
Label: No Label
Genre: Americana
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"Live at Antone’s"
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