Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Carolina Theater Welcomes Ingrid Michaelson

On Wednesday the Carolina Theater will welcome Ingrid Michaelson to the stage for an unforgettable night of music.  With a history that dates back to 1926, The Carolina Theater in Durham is known for bringing a unique selection of artists to perform at one of the best venues in the Triangle.  The charm of the venue coupled with an intimate environment should create an ideal setting for the dynamic Michaelson.

Originally from Staten Island, NY, Ingrid Michaelson has consistently produced music that can be best described as simply irresistible.  The singer-songwriter has a knack for producing songs that are playful in spirit, yet encompass her talents as a musician and a writer.  From her earlier records, hits like "You and I" and "The Way I Am," have generated a fan-following that has propelled Michaelson to release her sixth studio album, Lights Out.

Upon listening to the new album, it doesn't take long to see that Michaelson is continuing to evolve as an artist after the success of her earlier recordings.  While the popular lead single, "Girls Chase Boys," remains loyal to the pop inspired sound that Michaelson fans have grown accustomed to over the years, it is the depth of the remaining tracks that sets this album apart from her previous work.  Michaelson was not alone in the production of Lights Out though.  Featured on various songs throughout the album include the likes of Greg Laswell, Mat Kearney, and A Great Big World.  Check out Michaelson's album and more by visiting her website.

Joining Michaelson on Wednesday will be another talented singer-songwriter, Greg Holden.  Perhaps best known for writing the hit song, "Home," for Phillip Phillips, Holden has since released his own album titled, I Don't Believe You.  For more information and a chance to hear tracks from the Holden's album, be sure to pay a visit to his website as well.

There are still tickets available at www.thecarolinatheater.org for Wednesday night's performance, so be sure to claim your seats now.  The show is slated to start at 7:30pm and tickets start at $29.50.


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