Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell talk about their new album
Over the course of her over forty-year career, she's won twelve grammy awards, recorded more than 25 albums and sold millions of records worldwide.
Now Emmylou Harris has teamed up with Rodney Crowell for a new album, 'Old Yellow Moon'.
The album features four songs written by Crowell as well as interpretations of songs such as Hank DeVito's 'Hanging Up My Heart', Roger Miller's 'Invitation to the Blues', and Allen Reynolds' 'Dreaming My Dreams'.
Old Yellow Moon is out on 4th March and Emmylou and Rodney will start a UK tour later in the year.
Available since: Mon 21 Jan 2013
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