Alison Brown Back in Bluegrass on 'Stolen' Alison Brown's new solo album, Stolen Moments, is a genre-hopping take on bluegrass. A former member of Alison Krauss's Union Station, Brown won a Grammy in 2001 for her duet with Bela Fleck, "Leaving Cottondale".
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Alison Brown Back in Bluegrass on 'Stolen'

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Alison Brown's new solo album, Stolen Moments, is a genre-hopping take on bluegrass. A former member of Alison Krauss's Union Station, Brown won a Grammy in 2001 for her duet with Bela Fleck, "Leaving Cottondale".

Set List

Songs that Alison Brown plays for 'World Cafe':

  • "Shelter"
  • "Let Me Be"
  • "The Letter"

Alison Brown's long career has included stints playing banjo on Alison Krauss's CD I've Got that Old Feeling. alisonbrown.net hide caption

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