Emmylou Harris

    Emmylou Harris—an American singer, songwriter, musician, and activist—has left an indelible mark on contemporary music. Known for her unwavering artistic vision, Harris played a pivotal role in shaping country rock in the 1970s and Americana in the 1990s. She captivated audiences with her distinct voice, seamlessly bridging country and rock genres in live performances. Harris' journey began with a passion for folk music, leading her to New York City where she recorded folk albums and gained regional acclaim. Discovered by Gram Parsons, her career took a country rock turn. Iconic albums like Pieces of the Sky and hits like Together Again solidified her status. Collaborations with Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt on Trio further enriched her legacy. With over 15 million records sold globally, 13 Grammy Awards, and induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame, Harris stands among the greatest singers of all time.

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