Taken from Brandi Carlile's live performance at The Orion Amphitheater in Huntsville, AL on September 23, 2023.
Brandi Carlile began her career in 2004 and has since expanded her resume to include the titles of singer, songwriter, speaker, producer, artist, activist and author.
Hailing from Seattle, Washington, Carlile has spent the last two decades building a phenomenal discography with her golden lyrical pen front and center throughout.
Across her seven studio albums, one live album, one compilation album and 15 extended plays, Carlile has propelling 31 singles into the ether, many of which have landed on the US Rock chart.
With a slew of Grammy Awards to her name and a list of awards accolades that date back to 2010's Outstanding Music Artist nomination at the GLAAD Media Awards, Carlile and her tight-knit touring family have spent much of their career on the road both as headliners and as supporting acts for the likes of Ray LaMontagne, The Fray, Maroon 5 and OneRepublic.
For 2023, she's been traipsing the U.S. as direct support for high-flying pop royalty P!nk on her Summer Carnival Tour, while also playing several festival slots and making her own headlining appearances throughout.
Since releasing her most recent studio album, In These Silent Days, and its derivative version, In The Canyon Haze, Carlile's average setlist has been chock-full of its songs.
From the sweet, almost lullaby sound of 'Stay Gentle', which she often intertwines with the classic 'Over the Rainbow', Carlile also performs the rock-leaning wailer of 'Broken Horses', the breezy diddy of 'You and Me on the Rock', dramatic 'Mama Werewolf', piano-driven 'Right On Time' and fiery 'Sinners, Saints and Fools' from the Grammy-winning record.
However, the tunesmith doesn't only depend on these newer cuts in her live shows.
Rather, Carlile reminds us just how extensive and hit-ridden her catalogue is, playing standout tunes like 'The Story', 'The Joke', 'That Year', 'Raise Hell', 'The Things I Regret' and a chilling three-part harmony version of 'The Eye' alongside her longtime collaborators, Tim and Phil Hanseroth.
Elsewhere in Carlile's live show, fans will be able to see a handful of covers.
Though they often get changed out, she's recently been a fan of songs like the Indigo Girls' 'Closer to Fine', Brandy Clark's 'The Best Ones' and her two-part encore of the Wings' 'Live and Let Die' and Queen's 'We Are the Champions'.
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