Steve Earle's Lil Sis Rocks Mama Java's One Last Time

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Stacey Earle, of the Steve progeny, and her hubby Mark Stuart are planning their third and final appearance on at Mama Java's Coffeehouse. They'll dole out their brand of Tennessee twang-a-lang in a coffee-buzzed room in the Indian School corridor on September 13th.

The pair are set to finish out their current "duo tour" and then plan to continue their musical endeavors as solo artists. Worry not. All's quiet and content on the marriage front. If you plan on attending, $15 will get you in the door and all ages are welcome.

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