Watch: Emmylou Harris Performs at Kennedy Center Honors for Joan Baez

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Emmylou Harris and Mary Chapin Carpenter came together to pay tribute to Kennedy Center Honoree Joan Baez, performing a medley of "Diamonds & Rust," "God Is God," and "We Shall Overcome," at the 43rd annual Kennedy Center Honors, which aired on CBS last night. You can watch their performance here. You can watch Rhiannon Giddens perform "Silver Dagger" with Dirk Powell as part of the complete Kennedy Center Honors special on CBS.com and Paramount+.

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Emmylou Harris and Mary Chapin Carpenter came together to pay tribute to Kennedy Center Honoree Joan Baez, performing a medley of "Diamonds & Rust," "God Is God," and "We Shall Overcome," at the 43rd annual Kennedy Center Honors, which aired on CBS last night. You can watch their performance below.

Also at the event in celebration of Baez was Rhiannon Giddens, who was joined by Dirk Powell to perform "Silver Dagger." (Giddens worked with Baez at Another Day, Another Time, the one-night-only concert held at New York City’s Town Hall in 2013 to celebrate the music of the Coen brothers film Inside Llewyn Davis.) You can watch that performance as part of the complete Kennedy Center Honors special, now streaming on CBS.com and Paramount+.

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Emmylou Harris: Joan Baez Kennedy Center Honors w/Mary Chapin Carpenter, June 2021
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    Watch: Emmylou Harris Performs at Kennedy Center Honors for Joan Baez
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    Emmylou Harris and Mary Chapin Carpenter came together to pay tribute to Kennedy Center Honoree Joan Baez, performing a medley of "Diamonds & Rust," "God Is God," and "We Shall Overcome," at the 43rd annual Kennedy Center Honors, which aired on CBS last night. You can watch their performance below.

    Also at the event in celebration of Baez was Rhiannon Giddens, who was joined by Dirk Powell to perform "Silver Dagger." (Giddens worked with Baez at Another Day, Another Time, the one-night-only concert held at New York City’s Town Hall in 2013 to celebrate the music of the Coen brothers film Inside Llewyn Davis.) You can watch that performance as part of the complete Kennedy Center Honors special, now streaming on CBS.com and Paramount+.

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