Emmylou Harris’ Duets

Filed under: Career - 18 Oct 2012  | Spread the word !

Emmylou Harris is a reputed country artist with a very fulfilling and long-lasting career. Her name is known to people around the world and her music has charmed numerous generations over the years. With the amount of hits, albums and tours that she has done, it is no wonder why Emmylou Harris is so appreciated by the country music public. Her talent and her smooth voice now attract people of all ages to all her concerts and to buying her albums.


Over the years, the singer has made a name for herself by playing duets as well. With the long list of names that she has worked with, it would be hard to say which ones of these duets were the best, but it is clear to see that these have brought her even more recognition from the part of her peers, of the industry and of the public.

Here are some of the most memorable duets over the years, from Emmylou Harris and other famous artists:

I Still Miss Someone – Elvis Costello and Emmylou Harris

Oh My Sweet Carolina – Ryan Adams and Emmylou Harris

Two More Bottles of WineEmmylou Harris and the Hot Band

Long Black Veil – Dave Matthews and Emmylou Harris

Sweetest Gift – Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt

Main Studio Albums Released By Emmylou Harris

Filed under: Career - 14 Jun 2012  | Spread the word !

Emmylou Harris is one of the most talented singers of the country music domain. The way in which she interprets her music, the songs written by her and all the other created materials are a suitable combination of the general features and styles of the country music with personal and original features. That is the main reason why the music created by her is appreciated by a great number of people. Through her long lasting career so far, Harris has proven the fact that she is an amazing talent and that she can have one of the longest careers in country music, as her style is always attracting to the people who have grown up with her songs, as well as to the new generations of audiences.

Over the course of her career, Harris came out with 26 studio albums and with a lot more side materials, derived from these and from various other opportunities. Her first album, Gliding Bird, came out in 1969. In the 1970s, the singer came out with five new albums as follows: Pieces of the Sky (1975), Elite Hotel (1975), Luxury Liner (1977), Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town (1978) and Blue Kentucky Girl (1979). All these albums received Gold and Silver sales certifications in the United States of America and in the United Kingdom. The 1980s came out with even more studio albums, such as: Roses in the Snow (1980), Evangeline (1981), Cimarron (1981), White Shoes (1983), The Ballad of Sally Rose (1985), Thirteen (1986), Angel (1987) and Bluebird (1989). Only the first two albums managed to get Gold certifications in the U.S.
In the 1990s, Emmylou Harris recorded three studio albums: Brand New Dance (1990), Cowgirl’s Prayer (1993) and Wrecking Ball (1995). The same was counted for the 2000s, during which the singer came out with the following albums: Red Dirt Girl (2000), Stumble into Grace (2003) and All I Intended to Be (2008). All these albums managed to gain rather high positions in the specialty and in the general charts, which showed the fact that, Harris is still an artist to be recognized and appreciated. The latest studio album came out in 2011 and was called Hard Bargain. In addition to all these studio materials, Emmylou Harris recorded a lot more songs and collaborations with various other more or less famous artists of the music industry.