Brandi Carlisle announced an upcoming live benefit concert, her first full band show since the COVID-19 pandemic.
The performance – scheduled for Sunday, March 28 at 8pm ET from the famous Ryman Auditorium in Nashville – will support the Rainey Den Foundation and the Fanny School of Music, with the remaining proceeds to support the composer’s band and team live.
Tickets are currently sold in two formats: general admission and a package including a pre-order for her new memoir, Broken horses. Full details can be found on the Veeps website.
Broken horses, released on April 6 through the Rawn House print of Random House Publishing Group, chronicles of Carlile̵
“It’s about how some deep experiences in my life have made me create important art for myself,” she said. Rolling stone in September. “So, it will be like this experience, the catharsis and then the songs, the handful of songs that came out of that experience. That way all my heads are broken. “
Carlyle added that she has started working on songs for her next LP, which follows 2018 By the way, I forgive you. (This record won an American Grammy Award for Best Album and Nomination for Album of the Year.)
“I’m writing a lot about my next album, which started when I wrote a book,” she said. “A lot of what I write about in the book makes all these little songs come out. It was a lot like By the way, I forgive you. Like, maybe I’m just not done with that. “