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Carlton’s doing her best to juggle music and motherhood; our phone interview was briefly interrupted for a lovely reason — Sidney’s grandmother called in to Facetime her.
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She since followed it with a live album, Liberman Live, which features contributions from Deer Tick frontman (and her husband) John Mc Cauley, violinist Skye Steele, and The Watson Twins.
Vanessa is supporting the album on tour this year with Tristen opening most dates.
The joyous occasion happened two months after Carlton revealed that she and Mc Cauley lost a baby due to an ectopic pregnancy and had to cancel part of her tour.
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Look no further than the one singer Vanessa Carlton had on Friday.
Carlton hit it big with her song "A Thousand Miles" when it came out ten years ago, and her secret wedding to John Mc Cauley looks like it was just as big of a success!
The early show is with Tristen but the late show is just Vanessa. Speaking of early ’00s alt-pop singers making indie-oriented comebacks, Entertainment Weekly points out that Michelle Branch will release her first album in 14 years and that she recorded it with Patrick Carney of The Black Keys (who, incidentally, she is currently dating).
Label president Ron Fair took particular interest in her music and agreed to produce Be Not Nobody, which became Carlton's major-label debut in early 2002.
Back in 2015, Vanessa Carlton released her first album for Dine Alone Records, Liberman, a very solid album and a departure from her poppier (and better known) early years.
"A Thousand Miles," her first single, was one of the biggest songs of 2002, topping the pop charts in America and cracking the Top Ten in England.
None of her subsequent singles came close to matching that song's success, but Carlton continued releasing albums into the following decade, fine-tuning a sweeping, cinematic pop sound that featured her vocals and piano skills at the forefront.
Tickets for the early and late shows are on sale now. It’s called Hopeless Romantic and it comes out on April 7 via Verve.