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STEVE EARLE: COPPERHEAD ROAD
So to say the visionary artist, who has tried his hand at acting, producing, playwriting and has dabbled at fiction writing and radio hosting, goes back to the well of what made him decades deep into an impressive career, well, that would be grossly presumptuous. This band smokes. Never one to shy away from meshing musical styles and genres, we asked Earle his opinion on the ever shifting landscape of country music. For a multiple time Grammy winner and first ballot Hall of Famer, Earle is often probed on the hows and whys of the music business from emerging and aspiring artists?
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The song reached number 10 on the U. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, and was Earle's highest-peaking song to date on that chart in the United States.
Steve Earle Revisits His Rock Opus 'Copperhead Road' 30 Years Later
The song has sold 1. The song's narrator is named John Lee Pettimore III, whose father and grandfather were both active in moonshine making and bootlegging in rural Johnson County, Tennessee. Pettimore's grandfather visited town only rarely, in order to buy supplies for a still he had set up in a hollow along Copperhead Road. Pettimore's father hauled the moonshine to Knoxville each week in an old police cruiser he bought at a surplus auction.
According to a family story, a Revenue Man once confronted John Sr. John Jr. Pettimore enlists in the Army on his birthday, believing he'll soon be drafted, and serves two tours of duty in Vietnam. Once he returns home, he decides to use the Copperhead Road land to grow marijuana , using seeds from Colombia and Mexico.