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Emmylou Harris to Appear on WNYC's "The Leonard Lopate Show" Today

  • Wednesday, June 11, 2008
    Emmylou Harris to Appear on WNYC's "The Leonard Lopate Show" Today

    Emmylou Harris, one day after the release of her latest album, All I Intended to Be, stops by the WNYC studios to discuss the new album on today's episode of The Leonard Lopate Show. The show begins at noon ET on 93.9 FM in the New York City area and can be heard around the world live online at wnyc.org. Also on today's show, Lopate takes a look at the rise of a new generation of liberal media, including Jon Stewart and MoveOn.org.

    Rolling Stone picks the album track "Hold On" for "Single Minded," its select list of the best songs from the week's new releases. Writes Rolling Stone's J. Edward Keyes: "No flashing lights, no pop crossovers, just Emmylou doing what she does
    best: curling her smoky alto around dry chords and singing of sorrow
    and longing."

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on June 29, 2008 - 6:22pm
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Emmylou Harris, one day after the release of her latest album, All I Intended to Be, stops by the WNYC studios to discuss the new album on today's episode of The Leonard Lopate Show. The show begins at noon ET on 93.9 FM in the New York City area and can be heard around the world live online at wnyc.org. Also on today's show, Lopate takes a look at the rise of a new generation of liberal media, including Jon Stewart and MoveOn.org.

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Emmylou Harris, one day after the release of her latest album, All I Intended to Be, stops by the WNYC studios to discuss the new album on today's episode of The Leonard Lopate Show. The show begins at noon ET on 93.9 FM in the New York City area and can be heard around the world live online at wnyc.org. Also on today's show, Lopate takes a look at the rise of a new generation of liberal media, including Jon Stewart and MoveOn.org.

Rolling Stone picks the album track "Hold On" for "Single Minded," its select list of the best songs from the week's new releases. Writes Rolling Stone's J. Edward Keyes: "No flashing lights, no pop crossovers, just Emmylou doing what she does
best: curling her smoky alto around dry chords and singing of sorrow
and longing."

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Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - 09:35
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Emmylou Harris: All I Intended to Be [cover]

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