In 2005, Harris worked with Conor Oberst on Bright Eyes' release, I'm Wide Awake It's Morning, performing backup vocals and harmonies on three tracks. In July, she also joined Elvis Costello on several dates of his U.S. tour, performing alongside Costello and his band on several numbers each night. July also saw the release of The Very Best of Emmylou Harris: Heartaches and Highways, a single-disc retrospective of Harris's career.
This year, Emmylou has recorded "Magdalene Laundries" for the Joni Mitchell tribute album, "The Pilgrim" for Kris Kristofferson's 70th birthday tribute, "The River's Gonna Run" with Sam Bush and she also recorded a song with Vince Gill.
The Mark Knopfler - Emmylou duet album, "All the Roadrunning" will be released April 25th in the US, April 24 in the UK.
Also this year, Harris will embark on a tour with Mark Knopfler, that will take her through most of 2006. These unique concerts will be special evenings of duet performances featuring songs from their forth-coming album as well as some tunes from their individual repertoires.
On The Sea of Galilee
8/31/2008 10:53:25 PM
Besides being Country and Bluegrass, she was always the best Folk singer.
8/31/2008 8:52:00 PM
Emmylou Harris is the best country bluesgrass gospel perfoming/recording artist in the galaxy.
3/18/2008 8:36:13 AM
Emmylou, though my respect and enjoyment through the years listening to your music and your angel voice has been delightful, It is equable Sunset Set gazing satisfying for me to get to say "Thank You". Music was the only way I could have gone as a young kid. My untold story how Jesus came in that hour of Death, Love and Life, giving me life and strenght through music to express love. You have alway been a shinning light in that path. May happiness and peace be with you always. I love the song, thank you.
8/2/2007 6:14:46 PM
Emmylou Harris IS pure class. Always has been - Always will be!
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