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Recent TV Appearances:
Other Voices - Steve plays a 55 minute acoustic set. To watch online click here.
CMT 40 GREATEST ROAD SONGS - Steve was interviewed. For a replay click here to look for replays.
VH1 25 GREATEST PROTEST SONGS - Steve was interviewed. For a replay click here to look for replays.
CMT GREATEST OUTLAWS: THE DIRTY DOZEN - Steve is the 5th outlaw. Steve was interviewed. For a replay click here to look for replays.
Lost Highway: The History of American Country - Steve was interviewed. This four part series will be broadcast on CMT starting on Aug 5th. Click here to look for replays.
"After The Convention"(MSNBC) Sept 2 2004 Steve played Rich Mans War and spoke briefly.
"Made In America" June 5 2004 Steve was interviewed during a segment on the making of Gibson Guitars. For more information click Here.
"The O'Reilly Factor" November 6 2003 Steve was a guest on the O'Reilly Factor to discuss control of the media in the US. You can read a transcript of the interview here
"Controversy" Sept 2003 CMT explores the controversy behind John Walkers Blues. Half hour show contains interviews with parties on both sides of the issue. Check CMT.com for repeats of the show.
"Country's Most Shocking" Fall 2003 CMT shows shocking stories from past and present country stars. Steve has about three minutes in this show talking about his near death experience with drugs. Check CMT.com for repeats of the show.
"New Music" (UK) 21 July 2003 Steve interview with George S., with Steve wearing a t-shirt that said "Bush Sucks" written in big black letters across the front. "It's my opinion", he shrugged. He reportedly stated that Bush is grossly under-qualified to be President and thinks there is too much complaceny on the part of the left politically... and predicted a very dark period ahead... claims he's a pretty well-known pinko and isn't intimidated by what he calls the new form of blacklisting of artists... realizes that not all of his fans agree with his opinions but is proud of the fact that they are "totally okay with that dialogue existing and keeping that dialogue alive".
"Open Mike With Mike Bullard" (Canada) 5 June 2003 Steve performed an acoustic version of Jerusalem, plus interview (talked about how he has an up-coming protest and his acting on the HBO series The Wire, also how he stands up for what he believes and how he gets treated by some american reporters).
"Breakfast With The Arts" (A&E) 16 February 2003 Steve featured during a Grammy editon
"Kindred Spirits A Tribute To Johnny Cash" (CMT) November 2002 Steve played one song and discussed his appearance on the album
"Nightline Upclose" (ABC) November 2002 interview with Steve
"On The Record" (Fox News) 19 August 2002 Steve performs John Walker's Blues solo acoustic, plus Q+A with Steve about John Walker's Blues
"Inside Edition" (CBS) 19 August 2002 segment on Steve about the brouhaha over John Walker's Blues
"The Today Show" (NBC) 19 August 2002 interview, plus Steve performs John Walker's Blues solo acoustic
"The Wire" (HBO) 21 July, 28 July, 11 August 2002 Steve guests in a short recurring roll as "Walon", a recovering addict
"Buchanan and Press" (MSNBC) 22 July 2002 short segment on Steve's song John Walker's Blues Bill Press called Steve an "idiot", Pat Buchanan said Steve was "anti-American", Press said that "he does not represent country music", Buchanan stated that "he doesn't represent his country, either", and Press claimed that Steve was "out there on the fringe".
"Life 360" (PBS) 20 June 2002 show's focus was "redemption" segment on Steve included some interview and live (Pilgrim) footage of Steve from the "Nightline" feature, with a small part of interview that was not aired previously and the full version of Pilgrim (the full song was not aired previously)
"Inside Fame" (CMT) 18 May 2002   documentary
"Grand Old Opry Live" (CMT) 11 May 2002   Steve performed Some Dreams and Guitar Town (with Will Rigby, Mike McAdam, and Brad Jones) plus a short interview
"Most Request Live" (CMT) 11 May 2002   short interview
"Late Night" with Conan O'Brien aired 14 June 2001   Steve and the Dukes performed I Don't Want To Lose You Yet and Steve discusses Doghouse Roses
"Paradisolife" (Dutch TV) aired 4 January 2001   feature on Steve
"Austin City Limits" (PBS) recorded 12 November 2000, aired 13 January 2001   29 minutes of live songs by Steve & The Dukes plus short interview with Steve
"Lola Da Musica" (Dutch TV) aired 16 November 2000   40 minute feature on Steve
"Nightline" aired 20 October 2000   "Fearless Heart" segment on Steve
"CBS News Sunday Morning" aired 10 September 2000   segment on Steve
"Talk Music" (VH1 in Europe) aired 9 June 2000   from Bishopstock2000, Exeter, England on 27 May   interview and portions of the concert (Copperhead Road, I Can Wait, The Galway Girl, and then Copperhead Road again)
"The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno aired 2 August 2000   Steve and Sheryl Crow and the Dukes performed Time Has Come Today
"Late Night" with Conan O'Brien aired 19 July 2000   Steve and the Dukes performed Transcendental Blues
"Late Show" with David Letterman aired 5 July 2000   Steve and Sheryl Crow  performed Time Has Come Today
"Late Show" with David Letterman aired 6 June 2000   Steve and the Dukes performed Transcendental Blues
"Sessions at West 54th Street" (on PBS) taped Steve and a bunch of others in support of the tribute album to Gram Parsons, Return Of The Grievous Angel, which aired on the 6th or 7th of Nov 1999 in most places in the US... Steve contributed to High Fashion Queen, Sin City, and In My Hour Of Darkness
Farm Aid '99 with The DukesSteve appeared at Farm Aid '99 on the 12th of September, which was on CMT.  Steve appeared with the Dukes and 3 Steve songs were broadcast (one was cut on the US broadcast due to begging -- all four songs were included on the Canadian broadcast)
"Late Late Show" With Craig Kilborn on CBS on 24 August 1999 Steve and The Bluegrass Dukes performed Texas Eagle
"Century Of Country" on TNN Steve interview, TV clips, etc. [Steve time was about :04]  (aired 23 July 1999)
Steve and the Del McCoury Band appeared on "Late Show" with David Letterman on 7 May 1999 (recorded 6 May) and played a medley of The Graveyard Shift and Nashville Cats
Steve and the Del McCoury Band appeared on "Open Mike With Mike Bullard" on 22 March 1999 (CTV in Tornonto) and played Carrie Brown.  The Show also included a short interview with Steve and Del
Steve and the Del McCoury Band appeared on "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" on 19 March 1999 and played Carrie Brown
"Sessions at West 54th Street" (on PBS) taped Steve and the Del McCoury Band on 15 October 1998 for a 27/28 February 1999 hour-long broadcast of the show

Read the Sessions interview with Steve and Del here.
See some video captures from the broadcast here.
To download the zipped Sessions Steve screensaver click here  (2.7 meg).
To download the zipped Sessions Del screensaver click here  (2.8 meg).
        Both screensaver files were nabbed from the www.sessionsatwest54th.com site during the week Steve and Del were on... don't ever forget to run your virus software on any executable or ZIP file you download before installing it.

Steve appeared on the Belgian TV show "Nieuwe Maandag" on 15 February 1999 and performed a solo acoustic version of Outlaw's Honeymoon
Steve appeared on the Irish national TV show "Kenny Live" on 13 February 1999 and performed Dixieland with Donal Lunny and Coolfin
click for larger pictureSteve appeared at Farm Aid '98 on the 3rd of October.  Steve appeared with the Del McCoury Band and 5 1/2 Steve songs were broadcast, as well as one DMB song without Steve... (The Mountain was the song totally cut from the broadcast) (sound files of the then-new songs available)
Steve appeared on "Late Show" with David Letterman on 21 July 1998 to support Nanci Griffith in a group performance of Desperadoes Waiting For A Train

Also appearing were Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Rodney Crowell, Guy Clark, Eric Taylor, and Jerry Jeff Walker

Steve was on "Late Show" with David Letterman on Wednesday, 23 April 1998 and performed N.Y.C.
Steve was one of the performers on the "Tribute to Townes Van Zandt" (hosted by Guy and Susanna Clark) which was taped on 7 December 1997 and broadcast on PBS's "Austin City Limits" in late March 1998 

Steve performed his own tribute to Townes, Fort Worth Blues, and also played with Emmylou Harris on If I Needed You, with Lyle Lovett on Lungs, and was a presence throughout the show.  At at the end of the show, Steve led all the musicians in White Freightliner Blues

Steve was on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno on Tuesday, 17 March 1998 and performed Somewhere Out There with his touring band of Buddy Miller, Kelly Looney and Brady Blade
Steve appeared on "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" on 6 February 1998 and performed Somewhere Out There
On 6 December 1997, Steve appeared on BBC2 TV's "Later with Jools Holland".  He performed N.Y.C. and Telephone Road
Steve was one of the featured artists on the season premier of "On The Road" that was broadcast on PBS in June 1997
click for larger pictureSteve and the V-roys performed Johnny Too Bad on "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" on Thursday, 3 April 1997
Steve appeared at Farm Aid '96 on the 12th of October. An abbreviated version of the show, including Steve's performance, was broadcast on the 19th of October on TNN
Steve on To Hell And Back 8-17-96On 17 August 1996, MTV broadcast an edited version of Steve's 25 June performance at the Cold Creek Correctional Facility in Henning, Tennessee.  The special was entitled "To Hell And Back"
Steve appeared on "Politically Incorrect" (on Comedy Central) on Wednesday, 31 July 1996
Steve on The Tonight Show 4-5-96Steve was on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno on Friday, 5 April 1996.  He performed More Than I Can Do with the Dukes
Steve at the Grand Old Opry with Emmylou Harris 1-27-96Steve made his first appearance at the Grand Old Opry on 26 January 1996 as a guest of Opry regular and good friend Emmylou Harris He also appeared with Emmylou the next night on TNN's "Grand Old Opry Live" TV show (Steve backed Emmy on her Sweet Old World, and Emmy backed Steve on his You Know The Rest), as well as the "Opry Backstage" interview show
Steve was on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno on Thursday, 4 January 1996.  He performed Crying, Waiting, Hoping with Marty Stuart
Steve on The Marty Party 9-27-95Steve was a featured guest on "The Marty Party" with Marty Stuart on 27 September 1995 (aired on TNN).  Marty performed his song Good To Have Steve Back Around, Steve did Guitar Town, and Steve and Marty did My Old Friend The Blues

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