Tonight’s ‘Tapestry Rewoven’ will also feature Robert Vincent, Jo Harman, Charlie Dore, Danni Nicholls and many others.
With their debut, ‘The Gilded Palace Of Sin,’ The Flying Burrito Brothers almost singlehandedly created country-rock, laying the groundwork for Americana.
The pioneering group's legendary 1971 Royal Albert Hall concert is included in the upcoming, 50th anniversary edition of their landmark 'Stage Fright' album in its entirety.
The label has released more than 20 albums since its inception, gathering seven Grammy nominations.
The releases are part of a series of covers that Jarosz has worked on since the summer of 2020.
Other winners at the virtual ceremony included Yola, the Secret Sisters and Laura Marling.
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The 1971 recording, captured at the Royal Albert Hall, appears on the deluxe, 50th Anniversary Edition of ‘Stage Fright.’
The box set, CD and digital configurations feature a bevy of unreleased recordings, including 'Live at the Royal Albert Hall, June 1971.'
The picture stars Justin Timberlake and will premiere globally on January 29, 2021, exclusively on Apple TV+.
Recipients were announced via social media, as the annual ceremony was canceled, amid the pandemic.
Returning in half-speed mastered, 180-gram editions, both titles will be out on February 12.
Price has shared a video of herself giving a poignant solo performance of the song, seated at the electric piano.
Nelson and the band launched the Soundcheck Series a week earlier with a take on Paul Simon's 'Obvious Child.'
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