Superstar Brandi Carlile is on a large North American tour! The multiple-time Grammy nominee is making a long-awaited stop at the Carnegie Hall on November 6!
Just like her hero Patsy Cline, Brandi Carlile’s voice seems almost unrestricted by any device trying to record. She certainly has the ability to scream as nobody cares, Brandi is equally confident in quiet and tender moments. It is this versatility that makes her one of the most respected stars on the modern stage.
What’s more, she has been performing since she was eight years old. Grab Brandi, while enjoying her incredible past catalog and new music. Or while embracing a powerful and personal journey through the universal themes of love, hate, death, and redemption.
Brandi Carlile on tour
According to Brooklyn Vegetarian, Brandi Carlile announced the date of the tour for the summer of 2021 this year. The tour will begin in Montana on July 2nd. And tickets will go on sale on Friday, May 21st at 11 a.m. Eastern Time. Brandi participated in the recently announced BottleRock Napa Valley lineup. And she will also perform Ohana Fest in Dana Point, California in September at Dana Point, California, and Roots N Blues Festival.
She has other headlines, including three nights in Bonner in July, KettleHouse Amphitheater in MT. Further, performances with Sheryl Crow and Yola in Canyon Amphitheater in August, and Red Rocks Amphitheater in September with Two nights with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. Check out all her upcoming appointments below.
On June 2, 2020, Carlile collaborated with the remaining members of Soundgarden, Kim Thayil, Matt Cameron, and Ben Shepherd. At the London Bridge Studio in Seattle, they re-recorded two new versions of Soundgarden’s two songs “Black Hole Sun” and “Searching with My Good Eye Closed”. The vinyl record was released under the title “A Rooster Says”. This is the second of the three Record Store Day events on September 26, 2020.
In October 2021, Rolling Stone magazine reported that Carlisle expressed interest in continuing to work with the active members of Soundgarden. In April 2021, Carlisle published her autobiography “Broken Horse: Memoirs”. This book is number one in non-fiction novels on the New York Times bestseller list In late September 2021. City of Hope confirmed that Carlisle will participate in the 16th Annual Song of Hope celebration and will be awarded by Universal Music Publishing Group Chairman and CEO Jodie Gerson on September 20, 2021 “She is the Music Award”
Credits: music.mxdwn.com; newyorkcitytheatre.com
Credits featured image: Andy Witchger, Flickr