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“In December 1971, the Flying Burrito Brothers were booked for a...

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“In December 1971, the Flying Burrito Brothers were booked for a couple nights at Cellar Door, the old brick-walled basement club in Georgetown. Gram Parsons had left the band more than a year earlier, but two other ex-Byrds, Chris Hillman and Michael Clarke, were still on hand. The new lead singer was Rick Roberts, a 21-year-old kid who had spent some time living in Washington. He knew the local club scene, and several of his old pals had told him about a female singer who was playing at Clyde’s, Emmylou Harris.”

Emmylou Harris, back where it all started -

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