The Beatles, Eminem, Beyonce, and U2 are all among many of music’s biggest names offering up their hits to raise money for a charitable cause.
Right before last night’s (October 23), We Can Survive concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, Sara Bareilles talked about going solo, the power of her song ‘Brave’ and being a woman in the music industry.
The female bill was as wide-ranging in all corners of pop as Perry’s latest effort, “Prism,” so not only was the benefit concert Perry’s creation, it also served as a celebration of the new album.
Sara Bareilles is hitting the road behind her latest album, The Blessed Unrest.
Sara B becomes Jay Z’s closest competitor on this week’s album charts.
Before the making of her fourth album, Bareilles was given a book about the cosmos that led her in a brand new, maybe even weirder, direction.
Sara Bareilles, whose debut single, “Love Song” took the airwaves by storm in 2007, told Radio.com there’s always been a push and pull in terms of how the public views her as an artist and how she actually views herself. Explaining that in her mind she’s an “indie singer/songwriter,” who just happens to make pop music.
Sara Bareilles Shows Support For Same-Sex Marriage: ‘We’re Behind The Times & We’ve Got To Catch Up’
Sara Bareilles song, ‘Brave,’ has become an anthem for those in the LGBT community. Now Bareilles is speaking out in support of same-sex marriage, telling Radio.com, America needs to get with the program.
Sara Bareilles really wants you to hear her songs on the radio. So much so that she’s willing to re-work a few of her new tracks so they sound especially good over the airwaves.
Sara Bareilles’ new record ‘The Blessed Unrest’ is out July 16 and in honor of its upcoming release the singer has shared a video that details what it was like recording in New York City.