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article imageEmmylou Harris to play at Brooklyn Academy of Music

By Markos Papadatos     Mar 15, 2014 in Music
Brooklyn - Country and folk music sensation Emmylou Harris will be playing a concert at New York's Brooklyn Academy of Music on April 12.
This will be a tour stop on her "Wrecking Ball" tour. She will be joined by such musicians as producer Daniel Lanois, Steven Nistor on drums and Jim Wilson on guitar. It will feature an opening set by Daniel Lanois.
This concert coincides with Nonesuch's re-issue of her groundbreaking 1995 album Wrecking Ball. This show will serve as a precursor to the Brooklyn Academy of Music's celebration of the record label's 50th anniversary this fall.
Emmylou Harris puts on a show that should not be missed. It is no wonder that she has won 13 Grammy awards throughout her career, as well as an induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in 2008.
Last year, on March 24, as Digital Journal reported, she played with Rodney Crowell at The Paramount in Huntington, Long Island, to a show that was well-received and that subsequently made my list of the Top 10 live concerts of 2013, placing at No. 4.
To learn more about this concert at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, visit its official website.
For more information on Emmylou Harris, visit her official homepage.
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