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Brandi Carlile Announces May Shows

10:01 AM Tuesday 3/15/11 | |

The singer/songwriter takes to the road for a few dates in support of her new live album before joining Ray LaMontagne’s tour.

  • Brandi Carlile

    Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion, Raleigh, N.C.
    October 8, 2010

    (Andy Martin / LiveConcertShots.com)

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Recorded with the Seattle Symphony, Brandi Carlile – Live At Benaroya Hall lands in stores May 3 and features arrangements created by Sean O’Loughlin and Paul Buckmaster. Recorded during two November nights at the Seattle venue, Carlile drew from her own impressive catalog as well as other people’s songs, such as Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” and Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Sound Of Silence.”

Carlile also performed Elton John’s “Sixty Years On,” a selection that’s especially noteworthy in this instance because she used the original arrangement Buckmaster created for the Elton John album more than 40 years ago.

You probably already know about Carlile appearing with LaMontagne beginning May 25 in Waterbury, Conn., at the Palace Theater. Now Carlile has lined up a few pre-Ray shows starting May 5 in Bend, Ore., at Tower Theatre; May 6 in Eugene, Ore., at Jaqua Concert Hall; May 7 in Napa, Calif., at Uptown Theatre; May 8 at Anaheim’s House Of Blues and May 11 in Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Café. The list of destinations also includes New Braunfels, Texas (May 17), Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores, Ala. (May 20), Greenville, S.C. (May 21) and Richmond, Va. (May 22).

  • Brandi Carlile

    MGM Grand At Foxwoods, Mashantucket, Conn.
    September 25, 2010

    (George Tazzini / PhotosFromToday.com)

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Ticket sales begin March 16. Visit BrandiCarlile.com for more information.


Comments

  1. afd252 wrote:

    09:01 AM, Mar 19, 2011

    Love Brandi Carlile! if you're a fan, check out this new live track from Brandi's live album: filtermagazine.com/.../listen_brandi_carlile_before_it_breaks_live_with_the_seattle_symphony_filte. So good@