Washington Square Serenade

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Steve became a star 21 years ago singing about the city he called “Guitar Town,” and Washington Square Serenade again finds him chronicling his experiences in a new home—but this time it’s New York City, where he moved from Nashville two years ago. Serenade is focused on the character and color of his new environment, and the wedded bliss the oft-married singer/songwriter has found with fellow artist Allison Moorer. Accordingly, the album is an intimate affair dominated by folky acoustic guitars, electronic drums and Steve’s full-hearted vocals.

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