(New Brunswick, NJ) -- State Theatre presents singer-songwriter
Brandi Carlile on Tuesday, July 23, 2013 at 8pm. Carlile will perform
songs from her latest album, Bear Creek, as well as hits such as "The
Story" and "Tragedy." Tickets range from $35-55.
Carlile's music combines elements of folk, rock, and country. She plays
several instruments, including the guitar, banjo, and piano. Best known
for her 2007 hit song "The Story," Carlile has also been featured on the
soundtrack for the popular ABC drama Grey's Anatomy with her songs:
"Tragedy," "What Can I Say," and "Throw It All Away."
recently released album Bear Creek, reached the #10 spot on the
Billboard Top 200 Album Chart. She has recorded five albums to date
including Give Up the Ghost and Live at the Benaroya Hall with the
Seattle Symphony. Carlile has also been seen on Rolling Stone's
influential list of "10 Artists to Watch."
From fronting her
six-piece band at The Ryman Auditorium to leading a symphony at Benaroya
Hall; Carlile has earned her reputation as a fearless and consummate
performer who is undoubtedly in a class of her own.
Brandi Carlile started the Looking Out Foundation, an organization that
supports humanitarian outreach efforts in nearby communities.
For tickets or more information, call the State Theatre ticket office at 732-246-SHOW (7469), or visit us online at www.StateTheatreNJ.org
. The State Theatre ticket office, located at 15 Livingston Ave, New
Brunswick NJ, is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 10am to 6pm; Wednesday
11am to 7pm; Friday, 10am-5pm; and at least three hours prior to curtain
on performance dates, unless otherwise specified. For information on
group outings and discounts, call 732-247-7200, ext. 517. Some
additional ticket and transaction fees may apply.
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