This article critically examines the 1975 album, "Pieces of Sky," from country artist Emmylou Harris, whose unique blend of strength and vulnerability shine through in an imperfect yet promising work of art. The piece explores how Pieces of Sky succeeded in reaching a mainstream audience through innovative musical stylings and emotionally authentic lyricism.

Author Bio

Jennifer Morrow is a recent graduate of University of the Pacific with a BA in English and minors in writing and music management ('19). She presented research on female singer-songwriters at the 2019 Pacific Undergraduate Research and Creativity Conference.



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