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    Watch: Emmylou Harris, Chris Stapleton Perform Tom Petty's "Wildflowers" at the Grammy Awards
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    Emmylou Harris and Chris Stapleton shared the stage at the 60th annual Grammy Awards to offer a touching take on the late Tom Petty's song "Wildflowers" from Madison Square Garden on Sunday night, leading the evening's in memoriam tribute. You can watch their performance, a highlight of the ceremony, below.

    Harris, a thirteen-time Grammy Award winner, is among the honorees to receive The Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award this year.

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Watch: Emmylou Harris, Chris Stapleton Perform Tom Petty's "Wildflowers" at the Grammy Awards

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Emmylou Harris and Chris Stapleton shared the stage at the 60th annual Grammy Awards to offer a touching take on the late Tom Petty's song "Wildflowers" from Madison Square Garden on Sunday night. You can watch it here. 

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Emmylou Harris and Chris Stapleton shared the stage at the 60th annual Grammy Awards to offer a touching take on the late Tom Petty's song "Wildflowers" from Madison Square Garden on Sunday night, leading the evening's in memoriam tribute. You can watch their performance, a highlight of the ceremony, below.

Harris, a thirteen-time Grammy Award winner, is among the honorees to receive The Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award this year.

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