Americana • 37m
On June 11, 2021, just days after releasing her fourth-studio album Bear Creek, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed singer-songwriter-guitarist Brandi Carlile to the Museum’s Clive Davis Theater. Hailed as "the best voice in indie rock" by Paste Magazine, Carlile has worked with GRAMMY winning producers T Bone Burnett and Rick Rubin and has toured with the likes of Ray LaMontagne, The Avett Brothers, Tori Amos, Jonny Lang and Dave Matthews. Now a six-time GRAMMY-winner, hear Carlile talk about her rising career and creative process in this 2012 interview.
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