This is: Alison Krauss

It has been argued by many (read: me) that Alison Krauss is—and will remain—the best female vocalist and fiddler that bluegrass has ever seen. She started her career in her teens in the 1980s, created possibly the most recognizable and important bluegrass band of the last 30 years with Union Station, and played an instrumental role in bringing bluegrass back into the American cultural zeitgeist with her contributions to the Coen Brothers’ “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”. She’s classy, she’s beyond talented, and she is nothing short of bluegrass royalty. Enjoy this playlist of the best of Alison Krauss!


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