Music Review: 'Stumble Into Grace' from Emmylou Harris

With more than 25 records released, you might think 56-year-old Emmylou Harris would fall into some sort of rut, or at least lean on successful formulas. Her new record, Stumble Into Grace, turns out to be another ground-breaking record for the singer and songwriter. Reviewer Meredith Ochs says the songs are modern day folk songs that are personal and well crafted.

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