Pop singer Vanessa Carlton to make Livewire debut

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Livewire announces Vanessa Carlton is scheduled perform at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 26, at Livewire in Scottsdale.

This is at 18+ event. Under 18 admitted with a separate ticket purchase and must be accompanied by a paid adult.

Tickets can be purchased as Livewireaz.com.

Vanessa Carlton is an overnight sensation, she rose to fame following  her debut single “A Thousand Miles” she then released her debut album, ‘Be Not Nobody,’ and went on to become Platinum certified in the U.S. and Gold certified in the U.K., Canada and Australia. “A Thousand Miles” peaked in the top five on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2002, stated a press release.

Ms. Carlton has recorded for the industry’s top producers, including Jimmy Iovine, record and film producer as well as Ron Fair, the president of A&M records. With producers of this caliber backing her, she was nominated for multiple Grammys and awards. Before she began touring on her own, Ms. Carlton was an opening act for artists such as the Goo Goo Dolls and Third Eye Blind.

She has collaborated with a variety of famed musicians including Counting Crows, Zucchero and Kimya Dawson for their albums before releasing her second album, Harmonium. Ms. Carlton released her fifth studio album in October titled, “Liberman.” It is the follow up to Ms. Carlton’s 2011 album Rabbits on the Run. This is Carlton’s first release since signing with Dine Alone Records.

For more information on Livewire, visit Livewireaz.com or call 480-970-1112. Livewire is located at 7320 E. Indian Plaza in Scottsdale.

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