Posted on June 12 2009
“Mr. Earle routes his concerts through the Western states in August, when mountain streams are full of trout. This year, he’s planning two late-summer concerts in Montana. In Bozeman, he’ll rendezvous with the guide who taught him to fly-fish, and perhaps get some tips from the locals. He says, Some people come to the bus after the show and let me know where the fish are.'” That’s musician Steve Earle in this morning’s Wall Street Journal talking about why he chooses the mountain states for his summer tours . Article by John Jurgensen.