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Allison Russell Bonus Tracks • Live at the Hall, 2021
Allison Russell performs a selection of bonus songs as part of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s “Live at the Hall” series. Here, accompanied by Larissa Maestro on cello, Russell shares live versions of “You’re Not Alone,” written for her daughter Ida and recorded for 2019’s “Songs of O...
As part of the Museum’s series “Live at the Hall,” singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Allison Russell discusses the circumstances that led to her first solo album, “Outside Child,” and performs “Nightflyer” and “Persephone” with accompaniment from cellist Larissa Maestro.