Emmylou Harris to Receive WFUV's Sound & Vision Award Tonight at Gala Event
Emmylou Harris will take part in WFUV public radio's first-ever Gala event tonight at Sotheby's in New York City tonight. As part of the celebration, Emmylou will receive the station's Sound & Vision Award and a give a special intimate performance, along with special guests, for Gala attendees.
Also being honored at the event are journalist Charles Osgood, host of CBS Sunday Morning, and Vin Scully, the voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers for nearly 60 years. The Gala will raise funds for WFUV, a non-commercial, listener-supported public radio station in New York.
For more information, visit wfuv.org/gala.
If you can't make it to the Gala, WFUV is running an encore presentation of Emmylou's 2003 visit to their studios for Words & Music from Studio A, for a conversation with the station's music director, Rita Houston. Tune in at 9 PM ET tonight at 90.7 FM in New York or online at wfuv.org.
Check back in with the Journal over the coming weeks for more information on Emmylou's forthcoming Nonesuch release, All I Intended to Be, due out June 10.
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