Emmylou Harris is a Grammy Award winning singer and songwriter who has released a variety of popular singles and albums over the course of her musical career. Emmylou Harris has worked with many legendary musicians including Gram Parson, Bob Dylan, John Denver, Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, Patty Griffin, Neil Young, Ryan Adams, Willie Nelson and many more. Emmylou Harris has released 26 studio albums (including four collaboration albums), three live albums, 11 compilation albums, three video albums, and 70 singles.
After recording with Gram Parsons and releasing a debut folk album on the Jubilee label, Emmylou Harris signed with Reprise Records in 1974. In 1975, Emmylou Harris released her major-label debut album, Pieces of the Sky, on Reprise. The second single, "If I Could Only Win Your Love", reached #4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and the album was certified gold in the United States. The success of the album led to Emmylou Harris second album released that year, Elite Hotel, which topped the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and spawned three singles. In 1977 and 1978, Emmylou Harris released her fourth and fifth studio albums, Luxury Liner and Quarter Moon in a Ten Cent Town, which both were certified gold. After the release of a sixth studio album, Blue Kentucky Girl, in 1979, Emmylou Harris issued a bluegrass-influenced album the following year entitled Roses in the Snow, which debuted at #2 on the Top Country Albums list and #26 on the Billboard 200. That album also went gold, as did her eighth studio album, Evangeline (1981).
After the live album Last Date in 1982, Emmylou Harris released White Shoes in 1983; it debuted at #22 on the country album chart and #116 on the pop album chart. In 1985, Emmylou Harris released the concept album The Ballad of Sally Rose, whose songs were all written or co-written by Harris herself. She released a collaborative album with Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt entitled Trio in 1987. That album became Harris's highest-selling album, attaining platinum status in the United States and spawning four Top 10 singles including the number-one "To Know Him Is to Love Him". The three released a second collaborative album, Trio II, in 1999.
After releasing another solo album in 1990, Harris signed with Elektra Records and released the live album At the Ryman in 1992, followed by the studio album Cowgirl's Prayer in 1993. The atmospheric Wrecking Ball, released to critical acclaim in September 1995, established Emmylou Harris reputation as an alternative country artist. Don’t miss your chance to see Emmylou Harris the next time he comes to your city. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Emmylou Harris Tickets.
Emmylou Harris Tour 2016
In 2016, Emmylou Harris performed at theaters and arenas around the US. During performances on Emmylou Harris’ 2016 tour, she played a variety of her number one hit songs and fan favorite country classics.