From Elton John's email to the way she abuses her Gucci slippers, 15 things you learn hanging out with Brandi Carlile. She once sang with Nickelback. When Carlile was starting out on the Seattle scene, producer Rick Parasher, who introduced her to the Hanseroth twins, would occasionally bring artists he was working with to her Sunday gigs at local club the Paragon. Because every once in a while, very rarely, a black bear gives birth to a white bear. Carlile re-wrote a version of the original Highwaymen anthem for her Highwomen project , which she considers to be more than just an album: it will be a movement. She has a restaurant named after her. The Carlile Room in downtown Seattle is her own namesake restaurant, and includes a tasty cocktail named in her honor the Carlile Cup. We sampled them and they are indeed delicious.
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Brandi Marie Carlile  born June 1, is a multiple Grammy award winning singer-songwriter and producer whose music spans multiple genres. They released their debut album The Highwomen in to critical and commercial acclaim. Born in Ravensdale, Washington , a rural town southeast of Seattle , Carlile dropped out of high school to pursue a career in music, teaching herself piano and guitar. Her debut major label album, Brandi Carlile , was released to critical acclaim yet achieved limited commercial success. Carlile garnered wider recognition with her single "The Story", from her album of the same name. The Story was awarded gold status in , having sold more than , copies to date. It debuted at No. Carlile's music through the years has been categorized in several genres, including pop, rock, alternative country , and folk. Carlile was born on June 1, ,  in Ravensdale, Washington , United States, a small town 30 miles outside Seattle. Growing up in the only house for miles, Carlile played in the woods, built forts and played music with her brother Jay and sister Tiffany.
Brandi Carlile at home with her daughter in Maple Valley, Washington. Brandi Carlile is cruising down a steep road on her four-wheeler, her teal jacket flapping in the wind as she makes a sharp turn to her home in Maple Valley, Washington, a rural mountain town about 45 minutes outside of Seattle. Carlile pulls into the driveway, hops down and lands light on the gravel. Inside, Shepherd is observing Evangeline, their fair-haired four-year-old, as she sits at the counter of their open kitchen making a necklace. Elijah, nine months, is on the floor playing with Laura Rogers from the Muscle Shoals, Alabama, duo the Secret Sisters , whose album Carlile is in the middle of producing at her home studio. Are you kidding me with this? Just down the road is the pasture where, for many years, Carlile kept her horse Sovereign — named after her first guitar, a Harmony Sovereign that her mother found behind a casino.
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