Emmylou Harris Tickets
Country rock singer-songwriter Emmylou Harris has been playing music for the last three decades. She has been hailed as a key figure in many of America’s most significant music movements. The artist has sold over fifteen million records around the globe and has won more than twelve incredible Grammys. She has collaborated with the likes of Beil Young, Bob Dylan, Vince Gill, Elvis Costello, Lucinda Williams, Lyle Lovett, Bonnie Raitt, Geirge Jones, Bright Eyes, and many more. In early 2013, she released the collaborative album Old Yellow Moon with country legend Crowell Rodney, and the duo are currently touring in support of it. The album’s style is reminiscent of that sparkling Southern Californian country rock. Grab your Emmylou Harris tickets now to see her live.
Emmylou Harris Venues
- Emmylou Harris Jemison Concert Hall At Alys Robinson Stephens PAC
- Emmylou Harris Paramount Arts Center
- Emmylou Harris Tivoli Theatre - Chattanooga
Emmylou Harris Tickets
- Fri Nov 03 2017Fri Nov 03 2017
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- Buy Emmylou Harris, Tivoli Theatre - Chattanooga Tickets for 11/04 08:00 PM Emmylou Harris, Tivoli Theatre - Chattanooga tickets for 11/04 08:00 PM at Tivoli Theatre Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN
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- Buy Emmylou Harris, Jemison Concert Hall At Alys Robinson Stephens PAC Tickets for 11/05 07:00 PM Emmylou Harris, Jemison Concert Hall At Alys Robinson Stephens PAC tickets for 11/05 07:00 PM at Jemison Concert Hall At Alys Robinson Stephens PAC, Birmingham, AL
- Sun Nov 05 2017
Emmylou Harris is a country rock singer-songwriter who came to prominence more than three decades ago. Since then she has created quite a stir with her contributions to the bluegrass revival, country-rock, Americana movement and folk music. She has sold over fifteen million albums around the globe, won twelve Grammys and has been hailed as a significant figure in many of America’s major musical movements.
The artist is an avid supporter of roots music, an incredibly skilled interpreter of convincing songs, and has been associated with a scintillating and diverse array of collaborations with the likes of Johnny Cash, Neil Young, Waylon Jennings, Tammy Wynette and Bright Eyes. In fact, she is currently touring with another Americana music legend Rodney Crowell, in support of their newly released collaborative offering, Old Yellow Moon. The album, issued in February 2013, marks the first official collaborative project from the two artists since Crowell became part of Harris’ Hot Band in 1975, as a harmony singer and guitarist.
In recent interviews, he has pointed out that this album takes on the same Southern California mix of rock and roll and country music as it was pioneered by Gram Parsons, the Flying Burrito Brothers, Linda Ronstadt, and Harris and the Hot Band. The duo’s rare performances together have created a stir among country music fans who are eager to grab Emmylou Harris tickets.
Harris began playing the guitar as a teenager, little knowing that this hobby would become her lifetime passion. She was mainly inspired by the country-folk style of Bob Dylan, Jody Collins, Pete Seeger and Joan Baez. The singer started performing in Nashville and NYC that brought her to regular club shows in Washington. Here she was noticed by Chris Hillman who alongside country-rock icon Gram Parsons had played in The Flying Burrito Brothers and The Byrds. By then Gram was working independently on solo content and was looking for a female vocalist for his debut solo record. Hillman was impressed by Harris’ performance at a DC clubs and told Parsons, but neither knew how to contact her until their fortunate chance encounter on an airplane. This led Harris to her first recording on Parson’s record following which she became his permanent duet partner while setting new standards from duet vocals and harmonies.
Emmylou Harris’ wide range of repertoire is reflected by the many artists who have chosen to collaborate with her. She has worked with musicians such as Johnny Cash, The Band, Bright Eyes, Elvis Costello, Bob Dylan, Tammy Wynette, Little Feat, Neil Young, Lyle Lovett, Bill Monroe, Bonnie Raitt, Roy Orbison, Garth Brooks, George Jones and Lucinda Williams. The artist has played almost everywhere from universities and colleges to prestigious venues like the Carnegie Hall, all the way to those big festivals like the Bonnaroo jam-band festival and bluegrass events. She has headlined the annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival held in San Francisco and nearly every year, has visited other high-profile music events like Colorado’s Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Her appearances at such varied events just go to show that her audiences are just as eclectic in their musical tastes as herself.
Emmylou Harris and Crowell Rodney’s Old Yellow Moon, produced by Brian Ahem, features twelve tracks, four of which were penned by Rodney. Among these are interpretations of tunes like Dreaming my Dreams by Allen Reynolds; Hanging Up My Heart by Hank DeVito; and Invitation to the Blues by Roger Miller. In addition to the two artists, this album also features world-recognized acts such as members of the Hot Band, Vince Gill, Bill Payne and Stuart Duncan. The collaborative offering has been described as brilliant by the Chicago Tribune, which has also quoted the duo to be ‘hard-wired with good taste’ as well as ‘constitutionally incapable’ of creating a bad record. Don’t miss the two as they play some of the most beautiful country songs reminiscent of yester year Southern rock at their upcoming shows. Make sure to grab your share of Emmylou Harris tickets in time.
Emmylou Harris Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Emmylou Harris's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Ashland at the Paramount Arts Center on 3-Nov-17, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Birmingham at the Jemison Concert Hall At Alys Robinson Stephens PAC on 5-Nov-17. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Emmylou Harris||Paramount Arts Center||Ashland, KY||Fri Nov 03 201711/03 07:30 PM|
|Emmylou Harris||Tivoli Theatre - Chattanooga||Chattanooga, TN||Sat Nov 04 201711/04 08:00 PM|
|Emmylou Harris||Jemison Concert Hall At Alys Robinson Stephens PAC||Birmingham, AL||Sun Nov 05 201711/05 07:00 PM|
Emmylou Harris Tickets Prices
The average price for Emmylou Harris Tickets start from $115. The minimum get in price is $61 for Emmylou Harris Tickets at the Tivoli Theatre - Chattanooga, Chattanooga. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
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Q:What is emmylou harris age?
A:Emmylou Harris is a Grammy winning singer who at the age of 69 is still entertaining the masses with her music. She is now setting out on tour and is expected to perform in venues including the Marymoor Amphitheatre, Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre and Mountain Winery. You can catch her performance live by purchasing the Emmylou Harris Tickets from our certified brokers who are selling them on our website as of now.
Q:Has emmylou harris released any new albums in recent times?
A:The Country Music Association Award winner for 'Female Vocalist of the Year,' Emmylou Harris hasn't released any new albums in recent times. Her last record 'Hard Bargain' hit the shelves six years ago in 2011. She is now going on tour and if you want to catch her live in concert then buy Emmylou Harris Tickets from our brokers via our website today as they are in high demand.