Emmylou Harris Tickets
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Emmylou Harris is an ingenious performer and a modernizer. For more than three decades she has moved fluently between genres, making a name for herself in folk, pop, alternative and country. Her natural talent and exquisite singing style reach the hearts of listeners. With Emmylou performing live on stage, all country fans are going to have a blast. Keep your Emmylou Harris tickets ready and make sure to attend the concert.
The Alabama-based singer, Emmylou Harris is a twelve-time Grammy winner and is celebrated as the interpreter and discoverer of the songs by other artists. In the past ten years, Emmylou Harris has gained much admiration for her expressively straightforward songwriting and for her unbeatably expressive singing. Emmylou Harris has performed as a trio with Tom Guidera and Gerry Mule. Emmylou has come up with a number of chart-topping records and singles during her career. In 1973, Harris has kicked off tour with the music group of Parsons, The Fallen Angels. Later the two teamed up to work on a record Grievous Angel. The collaboration of Emmylou and Parsons was remarkable and produced some great hit singles.
With her record Evangeline, Emmylou Harris reached the Top 10 Country and Adult Contemporary charts. The major releases of Harris included some self-penned singles but in her 1985 album The Ballad of Sally Rose, Emmylou showed her full fledge song-writing skills by writing all the tracks for the album. The record was described as "huge commercial disaster” and a "country opera" by Harris. During the years 1997 and 98, Emmylou embarked on a musical touring festival Lilith Fair, of Sarah McLachlan. The purpose of this festival was to promote feminism in music. Emmylou Harris has also collaborated with many other artists such as Gram Parsons, Linda Ronstadt, Roy Orbison, Mark Knopfler, Bob Dylan, Steve Earle and Neil Young among others
In 1989, Emmylou Harris recorded songs of an album Will the Circle Be Unbroken: Volume II in collaboration with Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Her 1989 record Bluebird featured contributions from such renowned artists as Kate and Anna, McGarrigle, Bonnie Raitt, and Marty Stuart and the song "Heartbreak Hill", reached number eight on the U.S. country singles chart. Another single from the album "Heaven Only Knows", reached number sixteen. The record Brand New Dance that was released the following year, received positive reviews from the fans and critics alike. Emmylou Harris has come up with one of her most praised records Wrecking Ball in 1995. The record brought Emmylou the alternative rock music listeners’ attention. Her live concerts started seeing more crowd as she gained fans through her rock style and Emmylou Harris tickets have always been high in demand since then. In 1991, Emmylou released a gold certified record Trio 2. It included a Grammy winning version of the classic song "After The Gold Rush" by Neil Young.
Few in country and pop music have shown maturity and honesty in their song-writing and Emmylou is one of them. Emmylou Harris has gained much fame and is considered to be gifted with a crystalline voice. Her restless and creative spirit helped her proudly travel through the artistic path. The latter-day music of Emmylou Harris remained as visionary, vital and heartfelt as her initial recordings. Emmylou has an outstanding reputation of songs and is much admired for her professional dedication to provide entertainment to her audience. She gives her best efforts on stage, by keeping her greatest hits coming in one after the other. If you want to have a wonderful time watching this amazing country artist performing live then grab your Emmylou Harris tickets and don’t miss the show. She will not disappoint you and is all set to set the stage on fire with her hot performance.
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