Special Episode: Harmonics with Brandi Carlile and Beth Behrs
Salute the Songbird with Maggie Rose
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Brandi Carlile On The Radical Vulnerability Of Joni Mitchell's 'Blue'
All Songs Considered
Brandi Carlile has become one of Joni Mitchell's greatest interpreters. NPR Music's Ann Powers talks with the singer-songwriter about her life with Blue, conversations with James Taylor and the gift Joni gave her.
In the last episode of this season of Call & Response, Adia sits down with GRAMMY award winning singer and song-writer Brandi Carlile. Carlile has collaborated with Elton John, dueted with Dolly Parton and churned out powerful songs about queer love and motherhood. In this conversation, Adia and Brandi talk through how great personal challenges can become the greatest teachers. And in this week’s playlist, we’re listening to women who’re paving the way for the future of country music in Nashville. For the playlist of songs curated for this week's episode, visit http://bit.ly/cr-brandi./Music In This Week's Episode/The Highwomen, “Highwomen”Yola, “Diamond Studded Shoes"Erin Rae, “Mississippi Queen”Margo Price, “Four Years of Chances”Allison Russell, “Nightflyer” Kyshona Armstrong, “My Own Grave”Gillian Welch, “The Devil Had a Hold of Me”Those Darlins, “Optimist”/Show Notes/Brandi Carlile’s new book is Broken Horses, which you can buy at Parnassus Books if you’re in Nashville. Brandi’s most recent solo album is By The Way, I Forgive You. Brandi says “Nightflyer” by Allison Russell and “Carolina in My Mind” by James Taylor are the songs giving her life right now. Dolly Parton and Brandi performed “I Will Always Love You” at The Newport Folk Festival All Female Super Jam that Brandi curated. / Credits / Call & Response is a Sonos show produced by work x work: Scott Newman, Jemma Rose Brown, Adia Victoria, Babette Thomas and Megan Lubin. Our engineers are Sam Bair and Josh Hahn of The Relic Room.
Grammy Award-winner Brandi Carlile talks about her evolving relationship to religion, how motherhood's changed her, and her new memoir, Broken Horses. "I think the book is me going, 'OK, here's the truth. Here's where I come from, here's who I am. I still dream that I'm back in school and I can't catch up and I can't graduate.' If I just write it all down in one place and I hand it to you, if you still accept me, then I belong here." LGBTQ&A is hosted by Jeffrey Masters and produced by The Advocate magazine, in partnership with GLAAD. @lgbtqpod
Singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile sits down with Cameron to discuss missing live performance, having a stylist that gets her, and experiences of both protection and rejection. Brandi's new memoir, Broken Horses, is available for preorder, out April 6th, 2021.
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Brandi Carlile speaks with host Beth Behrs about spirituality and wisdom found through horses and nature, performing the album 'Blue' for Joni Mitchell, the joy and connection of live music, and singing with Dolly Parton at the Newport Folk Festival. To a lot of folks, the first time they heard of Brandi Carlile was during her showstopping performance of "The Joke" at the 2019 Grammy awards. Brandi walked away with three trophies that night for her record 'By The Way, I Forgive You' (including Best Americana Album), but she's been honing her distinctive voice and building a dedicated audience for over twenty years, all the while staying committed to building a family and community with her band and team. That commitment has made her the godmother of modern American roots music - as a curator of festival stages, interpreter of the legendary artists who came before, and producer and collaborator for a whole new generation of female artists. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Episode 130: Brandi Carlile’s “The Story” with Carolina Story
The guys welcome Ben and Emily Roberts of Carolina Story to talk about Brandi Carlile’s “The Story.” Plenty of other discussion including Paul Moak, East Nashville, meeting in college (and bonding over Brandi and music), T. Bone Burnett, walking naked in the woods, and the genius of the partnership of Brandi and the twins Phil and Tim Hanseroth. Check out Carolina Story at: http://www.carolinastory.com/Check out Brandi Carlile at: brandicarlile.comCheck out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast or twitter @podcastrecords or IG at instagram.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast/