‘After the Gold Rush’ wins GRAMMY for Best Country Collaboration
Dolly, along with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt, won the 1999 GRAMMY Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals for their version of the song “After the Gold Rush” from their album “Trio 2.” The song, a cover tune written by Neil Young, originally appeared on his 1970 album “After the Gold Rush.” Emmylou Harris accepted the award on February 23, 2000, in a pre-show ceremony. This is Dolly’s fifth GRAMMY win.
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