First Loretta, now Emmylou.
The Tivoli Theatre announced this morning that Emmylou Harris will perform at the venue Nov. 4.
Tickets will go on sale Friday. Admission starts at $45.
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A 13-time Grammy Award winner, Harris is celebrated as a "discoverer and interpreter of other artists' songs," with her versions of "The Boxer," "Wayfaring Stranger" and Bob Dylan's "Every Grain of Sand" competing with the originals.
She most recently won a Grammy for Best Americana Album for 2014's "Old Yellow Moon," an album with Rodney Crowell. Her first Grammy was awarded in 1977 for Best Country Vocal Performance for the song "Elite Hotel." Listen below.
The 70-year-old, silver-haired performer has worked with numerous artists during her career, including late country legend Gram Parsons. Their duet "Love Hurts" became an iconic love song.
Harris was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2008. She has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1992, and she received an honorary doctorate of music from Berklee College of Music in 2009.
Watch Harris perform John Prine's "Pancho and Lefty" below.