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Emmylou Harris

Discography:Gliding Bird, Elite Hotel, Pieces of the Sky, Luxury Liner, Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town, Light of the Stable (The Christmas Album), Blue Kentucky Girl, Profile: The Best of Emmylou Harris, Roses in the Snow, Cimarron Genre: Alternative country, Folk music, Pop music, Rock music, Country, Bluegrass, Country rock Film Performances:Down from the Mountain, Neil Young: Heart of Gold, Guitar Odyssey: Wired for Sound, Rock Masters: Emmylou Harris, Emmylou Harris: Spyboy Live, The Best of Sessions at West 54th: Vol. 1, Gaelic Spirit: Bringing Together the Best in Irish Music, The McGarrigle Hour, Brian Wilson: On Tour, A Vision Shared: A Tribute to Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly Awards Won:2001 - Grammy Award for Album of the Year - Alison Krauss & Union Station/Chris Thomas King/The Peasall Sisters/Peter Kurland/T-Bone Burnett/Tim Blake Nelson/Mike Piersante/Sam Bush/The Whites/Norman Blake/Gillian Welch/Stuart Duncan/The Cox Family/The Fairfield Four/Pat Enright/Ralph Stanley/John Hartford/Gavin Lurssen/Chris Sharp/Harley Allen/Mike Compton - O Brother, Where Art Thou?2005 - Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance - The Connection1984 - Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance - In My Dreams1979 - Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance - Blue Kentucky Girl1976 - Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance - Elite Hotel1992 - Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal - The Nash Ramblers - At the Ryman1980 - Grammy Award for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal - Roy Orbison - That Lovin' You Feelin' Again (feat. Roy Orbison)1998 - Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals - Alison Krauss/Earl Scruggs/Clint Black/Marty Stuart/Randy Travis/Ricky Skaggs/Pam Tillis/Joe Diffie/Dwight Yoakam/Travis Tritt/Patty Loveless/Merle Haggard - Same Old Train1999 - Billboard Century Award2006 - Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song - A Love That Will Never Grow Old - from Brokeback Mountain Personal Information: Harris, Emmylou Born on Apr 2, 1947 in Birmingham Professions: Singer, Record producer, Singer-songwriter, Musician Nationality: United States of America
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