Country Star Emmylou Harris Is Set To Receive The 2015 Polar Music Prize.
The veteran singer will share Sweden's prestigious music honour with Scottish percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie, who has been deaf since the age of 12.
Harris tells Billboard.com, "Every day brings a new adventure... I have to admit, I thought, 'Oh boy, a trip to Sweden!' I love to travel. I just hate packing and flights."
Harris and Glennie will be presented with the coveted award by King Carl XVI Gustaf in Stockholm, Sweden on 9 June (15).
The Polar Music Prize, which was founded by ABBA's former manager Stig Anderson in 1989, is shared annually by a pop artist and a classical musician. Past recipients include Chuck Berry, Paul Simon and Bjork.