Vanessa Carlton and the Art of Love: Singer, songwriter and pianist Vanessa Carlton’s Future Pain Tour arrives in Hollywood at the Roxy, hot non the heels of new album Love is an Art. “Love Is An Art explores the eternal seesaw that is human connection: the push, the pull, the balance, the bottoming out,” reads a statement. “It’s that constantly evolving nature of love, expectations and compassion that Carlton analyzes from all angles on Love Is An Art, from romantic, to parental, to the friends that hold us up and the leaders that repeatedly let us down.”
“Carlton has constantly challenged both herself and the expectations that surround her throughout her lengthy, accomplished career: she attended both the School of American Ballet and Columbia University, and was discovered as a singer-songwriter/pianist when a cassette tape demo was given to legendary music impresario Ahmet Ertegun,” reads that release. “With her debut single “A Thousand Miles” Carlton soared to the top of the Billboard charts and garnered multiple Grammy nominations, though that song is only a small fraction of the body of work and artistic identity she’s developed since then, ever evolving and growing as a performer and songwriter. In the summer of 2019, she pushed that even further, making her Broadway debut as Carole King in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.”
Vanessa Carlton and the Art of Love: The event takes place at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 30 at the Roxy Theatre.
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