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Emmylou Harris And Rodney Crowell Get The Old Band Together Again

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The country legends discuss how Nashville has changed over the years and play songs from their latest collaborative album, Old Yellow Moon.

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Emmylou Harris And Rodney Crowell: Staying Low

The former bandmates reunite for Old Yellow Moon, a new duet album that brims with lush harmonies and practically celebrates heartbreak.

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Emmylou Harris: The More Things Change

The country icon talks about her new album, Hard Bargain, and reflects on her brief time working with Gram Parsons before his death in 1973.

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