After being diagnosed with attention-deficit disorder and dropping out of high school to pursue her music career, Brandi Carlile would go on to work the local Seattle music circuit as a singer/songwriter with no guarantee of success.
Fortunately, she was able to curate a critically-acclaimed, self-titled debut album in 2005 that grabbed the attention of the entire country music realm. Since then, the "Turpentine" singer has released a total of six mainstream successful full-length albums and racked in a total of three Grammy Awards in the Americana and American Roots categories.
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Now, the 38-year-old songstress is preparing to embark on a short three-day residency in the heart of country music's headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee at the historic Ryman Auditorium at the top of the new year.
Brandi Carlile will be accompanied by highly-popularized acts such as Kim Richey (Jan. 14), Lucie Silvas (Jan. 15), and, Natalie Hemby (Jan. 16) during her temporary visit in the midst of her current tour. Tickets for the temporary residency will be available for purchase this Friday, July 12, at 10 a.m. CT.