Emmylou Harris


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Mark Knopfler two-hour performance at the Riverside Theater reinforced why he and his stellar 10-piece band are one of best groups recording and touring today. Read more

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The foremother of Americana dug deep for an often-emotional concert at the Pabst Theater. Read more

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Beet Street Harvest Festival returns to celebrate all things fall in Bay View, while the Fiserv Forum hosts its biggest concerts yet. Read more

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Folk legend Joan Baez reflects on her long history of activism. Read more

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Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant will join Emmylou Harris and Steve Earle at a memorable benefit concert. Read more

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The face of Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian, Johnny Cash’s 1964 concept album, is lined with the stylistic wrinkles of its time, including Cinemascope production and unnecessary sentimental touches like the military-music styli... Read more

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The spring concert calendar continues to fill out. On the heels of last week's announcements of shows by B.B. King (at the Riverside Theater with Paul Cebar, May 31) and Crystal Castles (at the Turner Hall Ballroom, May 6), the Pabst Theater Found.. Read more

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“Coal kills.” Or can it be “clean”? On Calling Me Home, Kathy Mattea, daughter of a miner family, sifts through the black stuff’s tragic human and environmental remains with more symbol-laden artistry than on her brilliant but Read more

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For an artist who has made a career out of being a backup vocalist for superstars like Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris sure knows how to stand out. Her solo forays include hits on both the pop and country charts; her... Read more

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Hunting enthusiasts don’t describe it quite sobluntly, of course. They make it soun Comment onthis article at ,Taking Liberties Read more

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Not in my lifetime has there been a campaign like this one. Startingwith the indefatigable candidate with his unique delivery and anincredible ability to reach into an audience and grab their attention,mind and soul; a family history that makes.. Read more

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Four folk and country icons team up for what promises to be a very informal collaborative A Ticket To Ride ,Today in Milwaukee Read more

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