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Stacey Earle Biography
Stacey Earle is an American singer-songwriter. The sister of alt-country singer Steve Earle, she has recorded six albums, including four with her husband, musician Mark Stuart.
Stacey Earle Age
Stacey Earle born Stacey Carol Earle was born in Lake Charles United States on 25 September 1960. She is 58 years as of 2018.Stacey Earle
Stacey Earle Family
Earle was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She first taught herself to play the ukulele and then began playing a gut string guitar, left behind by her musician brother, Steve Earle. She was given her own guitar as a Christmas present when she was 16 years old, but became a mother at 17 and played and sang at home, developing her own style of fingerpicking.
Stacey Earle Husband
When she was 17, she married Michael Mimms and together they had two sons before the marriage ended in divorce in 1990. In 1991, she met her current husband Mark Stuart and married him in 1993. They were both members of her brother’s band, Steve Earle and the Dukes, as well as her own band, the Jewels. She is the aunt of Justin Townes Earle, Ian Dublin Earle, and John Henry Earle.
Stacey Earle Career
At the age of 29, Earle moved to Nashville to live with her brother Steve. She sang backing vocals and played rhythm guitar on his 1991 album The Hard Way, and for the subsequent world tour. She appeared on her brother’s albums: Shut Up and Die Like an Aviator and Transcendental Blues.
Stacey Earle And Mark-Stuart Photo
After returning from tour, she wrote songs and performed them at writer’s nights in Nashville. Later, she set up her own songwriters’ night to get some more time on stage. During this time, she met fellow guitarist and singer Mark Stuart who became her partner in running the events and then later became her second husband.
She signed a contract with Nashville’s Ten Ten Music Group as a staff songwriter and received notice for her song “For Years”, which appeared on Sammy Kershaw’s 1996 CD Politics, Religion and Her.
In 1998 she released the album Simple Gearle which later appeared on The New York Times “Favorite CD’s You Nearly Missed” list. Reviewer Jon Pareles stated: “On an album completed in four days, Stacey Earle’s songs came out homespun and pristine. She examines marriage, divorce and starting over in quiet, folky vignettes full of tears and determination.”
She has appeared at festivals, clubs and private homes performing up to 170 concerts a year.
Stacey Earle Net Worth
Earle’s source of wealth comes from being a songwriter. However, her estimated net worth is still under review but will be updated as soon as it is clear.
Stacey Earle Discography
- Simple Gearle (1998, Gearle Records)
- Dancin’ with Them That Brung Me (2000, Gearle Records)
With Mark Stuart
- Must Be Live (2001, Gearle Records), a double live album
- Never Gonna Let You Go (2003, Gearle/Evolver)
- S&M Communion Bread (2005, Gearle/Funzalo)
- Town Square (2008, Gearle Records)