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.
“I’m absolutely smitten with ‘I Love It‘ by Icona Pop,” she said. “It’s the way reckless abandon sounds in my head. I play it right before I go onstage.”
It seems Michael Bublè isn’t just a great crooner, he’s a pretty good clucker too.
Have you heard Sara Bareilles latest single “Brave”? Well, George Takei has and he’s a big fan of the song’s message.
P!nk and Nate Ruess of fun.’s collaboration was a surprising match-up when it first premiered in February, which got us thinking: What’s the deal with male/female pop duet hits?
Since the tragic events at the Boston Marathon finish line on Monday (April 15), Boston’s Mix 104.1 has been playing a tribute version of fun.’s “Carry On.”
2012 was, by any measure, a massive success for fun. While last year was marked with huge TV appearances and red carpets, so far 2013 is shaping up to be the band’s year of touring. Starting in July, they’ll be on the road with special guests Tegan & Sara through October.
In their latest video for “Why Am I The One,” GRAMMY winners fun.explore the indignities of being a suitcase. Or perhaps, the indignities of going on tour.
At the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards, the New Zealander took home three statues: Best Alternative Music Album for Making Mirrors, along with Best Pop Group/Duo Performance and Record Of The Year for “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra.