The Life & Songs Of Emmylou Harris: An All-Star Concert Celebration (Live) Various Artists: Salvatore Accardo

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Album-Release:
2016

HRA-Release:
11.11.2016

Label: Concord Records

Genre: Country

Subgenre: Bluegrass

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  • 1One Of These Days 03:10
  • 2Will The Circle Be Unbroken04:15
  • 3Wheels03:10
  • 4Orphan Girl 03:53
  • 5Sin City 04:59
  • 6Hickory Wind04:21
  • 7You’re Still On My Mind 03:31
  • 8Born To Run 04:07
  • 9When We’re Gone, Long Gone03:52
  • 10Blackhawk 05:11
  • 11All The Roadrunning 04:57
  • 12The Pearl05:08
  • 13When I Stop Dreaming03:38
  • 14Prayer In Open D04:34
  • 15Together Again 04:13
  • 16Two More Bottles Of Wine03:19
  • 17Loving Her Was Easier 03:23
  • 18Till I Gain Control Again05:31
  • 19Boulder To Birmingham04:01
  • Total Runtime01:19:13

Info for The Life & Songs Of Emmylou Harris: An All-Star Concert Celebration (Live)



“The Life & Songs Of Emmylou Harris: An All- Star Concert Celebration” paid tribute to one of the most beloved singer/songwriters in the annals of American music at Washington, DC’s DAR Constitution Hall with such luminaries as Kris Kristofferson, Alison Krauss, Sheryl Crow, Vince Gill, Lucinda Williams, Martina McBride along with many others took to the stage to honor Emmylou Harris. The iconic musician/producer Daniel Lanois, who produced Harris’ album “Wrecking Ball”, also took the stage to perform at this momentous occasion. GRAMMY® Award-winners Don Was and Buddy Miller served as music directors, leading an all-star backing band.

An extraordinary collection of artists came together at Columbia, MD’s Meriwether Post Pavilion for “Dear Jerry: Celebrating the Music of Jerry Garcia,” honoring of one of the most influential musicians and cultural icons of all time. The concert event – which kicked off last year’s Grateful Dead 50th anniversary celebrations – saw a sold out house of more than 20,000 fans treated to performances by all surviving members of the band, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann in addition to performances by Eric Church, Jimmy Cliff, Peter Frampton, Grace Potter, and many more.

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