Emmylou Harris performs at the Newport Folk Festival on the Fort Adams stage in Newport, R.I., Saturday, Aug. 4, 2001. Earlier in the day the Gibson Guitar company presented Harris with a signature model guitar in recognition for her support of their guitars. (AP Photo / Edward Stapel)
(AP) Emmylou Harris to Sing at Charity Concert

Edinburgh, Scotland, is eagerly waiting for Emmylou Harris to arrive later this summer, topping the bill at a charity concert to raise awareness of the global problem of landmines. Other artists on the bill will include Joan Baez, Billy Bragg, Steve Earle and Pretenders' frontwoman Chrissie Hynde.

The Edinburgh Evening News reports the Concert for a Landmine Free World will be held during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and is expected to be sold out.

Harris claims not putting any more landmines in the ground isn't enough, because basic courtesy insists "you clean up after your mess when you are through."

She says countries that have been mined will be hostages, continuing "to live the war many years after peace has been declared." Harris brought her Concert for a Landmine Free World to Glasgow last January