The Music of Alison Krauss & Union Station

Paper Airplane
Alison Krauss & Union Station

Paper Airplane is Krauss’ 14th album. The new album is Krauss and Union Station’s first since 2004’s Lonely Runs Both Ways, and it is Krauss’ first since her Grammy-winning collaboration with Robert Plant, Raising Sand. The new, 11-song album includes the Richard Thompson-penned “Dimming of the Day” and the Peter Rowan composition “Dust Bowl Children.”

Alison Krauss & Robert Plant
Raising Sand

The musical collaboration of the decade, Raising Sand is the sound of two iconic figures stepping out of their respective comfort zones and letting their instincts lead them across a brave new sonic landscape. Despite hailing from distinctly different backgrounds, Alison Krauss and Robert Plant share a maverick spirit and willingness to extend the boundaries of their respective genres.
Lonely Runs Both Ways
The highly anticipated new studio album from the world's finest purveyors of Bluegrass, Alison Krauss and Union Station. Featuring instant classics such as "Wouldn't Be So Bad," "Goodbye Is All We Have," and the lead single, "Restless," Lonely Runs Both Ways is an unforgettable collection of songs from this multiple Grammy-winning act.
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Alison Krauss + Union Station
Live - 2 CD Set (2002)

This Grammy-winning Platinum album, recorded in Louisville on two nights in 2002, showcases the band's virtuosity live in concert. Krauss's vocals are as full-bodied and sensual in concert as they are in her studio recordings. The band performs many of Krauss's most popular tunes like "Let Me Touch You For Awhile" as well as traditional favorites such as "Bright Sunny South" and "I am a Man of Constant Sorrow".
So Long So Wrong
Grammy, CMA (Country Music Association) and IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) award winners, Alison Krauss & Union Station serve up another stellar album, once again setting the standard in their field. This top-flight road and studio band provides down-home virtuosity and some of the loveliest, most heartfelt singing you're likely to hear.
A Hundred Miles or More:
A Collection
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Sixteen tracks, highlighting Alison's career outside of her traditional releases with long time band Union Station. The album features Krauss' collaboration with John Waite on the single "Missing You," as well as Krauss' contributions to film soundtracks, including the s "The Scarlet Tide" and "You Will Be My Ain True Love," written for the motion picture Cold Mountain and "Down to the River to Pray" from the film O Brother, Where Art Thou?
New Favorite
Over the past 15 years, Alison Krauss + Union Station have helped bluegrass grow from a regional art form to a nationwide sensation. This set of hard-driving bluegrass and introspective, soulful ballads will appeal not only to long term fans, but also to those who recently discovered the band through the hit movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?".
Forget About It
Alison Krauss has created a branch of popular music all her own. On this album, the pure emotion of her voice and her exquisite acoustic arrangements reach new heights.
I Know Who Holds Tomorrow
Alison Krauss & The Cox Family

The Cox Family includes daddy Willard, son Sidney and three daughters, Suzanne, Evelyn, and Lynn. Krauss, Suzanne and Evelyn take nine of the dozen lead vocals and with the backing of the Cox Family voices. Krauss has picked the hymns from a wide variety of sources—Paul Simon, Loretta Lynn, Thomas Dorsey and Dottie Rambo.—Geoffrey Himes
Now That I've Found You: A Collection
A compilation featuring some of Alison's most popular tunes. The album includes previously unreleased tracks like "Baby Now That I've Found You" and "Broadway" as well as popular tracks from previous albums such as "When You Say Nothing At All".