Sep 262011
 

2011 Colbie Caillat Tickets

Colbie Caillat, a native Californian auditioned for American Idol and was turned down.  However, she showed her appreciation for the judges honesty and said she just wasn’t ready and was too shy and nervous.  Later on, she became a popular My Space sensation and she did phenomenal.  Her first album, Coco, came out in 2007 and her first single “Bubbly” went all the way to Number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100.  She was honored as BMI’s songwriter of the year in 2010 and she also performed in Oslo at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert.  She also released some Christmas songs along the way.    Her most popular album so far has been “Breakthrough” — reserve our seats today to see Colbie Caillat live in concert.  We have front row Colbie Caillat seats, VIP Colbie Caillat tickets, Colbie Caillat lawn seats and more.  All tickets are guaranteed authentic and seats will be together unless otherwise indicated on the listing.  Use code COLBIE and save 5% at the checkout.

10/7/11
Colbie Caillat in Seattle, WA at the Showbox SoDo 
Friday, October 7, 2011

10/8/11
Colbie Caillat  in Portland, OR at Mcmenamins Crystal Ballroom 
Saturday, October 8, 2011

10/9/11
Colbie Caillat in Vancouver, BC at the  Commodore Ballroom 
Sunday, October 9, 2011

10/10/11
Colbie Caillat  in Spokane, WA at the Knitting Factory Spokane (formerly Big Easy Spokane) 
Monday, October 10, 2011

10/12/11
Colbie Caillat in San Francisco, CA at the The Regency Ballroom 
Wednesday, October 12, 2011

10/14/11
Colbie Caillat in Los Angeles, CA at the The Wiltern 
Friday, October 14, 2011

10/16/11
Colbie Caillat  in San Diego, CA at Humphreys Concerts By The Bay 
Sunday, October 16, 2011

10/17/11
Colbie Caillat in Tempe, AZ at the Marquee Theatre – AZ 
Monday, October 17, 2011

10/20/11
Colbie Caillat in  Dallas, TX at the House Of Blues – Dallas 
Thursday, October 20, 2011

10/21/11
Colbie Caillat in Austin, TX at Stubbs BBQ – Indoor Stage 
Friday, October 21, 2011

10/23/11
Colbie Caillat in Houston, TX st the House Of Blues – Houston 
Sunday, October 23, 2011

10/24/11
Colbie Caillat in New Orleans, LA at the House Of Blues – New Orleans 
Monday, October 24, 2011

10/25/11
Colbie Caillat in Mobile, AL at the Saenger Theatre – AL 
Tuesday, October 25, 2011

10/28/11
Colbie Caillat in Orlando, FL at the House Of Blues – Orlando 
Friday, October 28, 2011

10/29/11
Colbie Caillat in North Myrtle Beach, SC at the House Of Blues – Myrtle Beach 
Saturday, October 29, 2011

Sep 252011
 

Colbie Marie Caillat is an American guitarist, pop singer and songwriter.  Her father was also in the music business and co-produced “Rumours” (1977) and “Tusk” (1979) albums by Fleetwood Mac.   She has sold over six million albums and over 10 million singles worldwide.

Life and career

Childhood and youth

She was born May 28, 1985 in Malibu, California, and grew up in Newbury Park, California.   As a child Caillat took piano lessons, but lacked considerable inspiration until the age of 11, when she witnessed Lauryn Hill’s performance in Sister Act 2.  She decided to be a singer and began taking vocal lessons; she was in sixth grade when she performed onstage for the first time.

Music producer Mikal Blue hired her to sing on techno songs that were used at fashion shows.  Caillat started playing the acoustic guitar at age 19 and in the same year she recorded her first song.  She auditioned for American Idol twice getting rejected at the pre-audition stage the first time and at her second audition she was rejected once again singing her own original song, “Bubbly.”  Caillat, however, was grateful at the judges’ decision, saying “I was shy.  I was nervous.  I didn’t look the greatest.  I wasn’t ready for it yet.  I was glad, when I auditioned, that they said no.”

2007–2008: Coco

Caillat released her debut album “Coco” in 2007, named after her nick name given to her by her parents. Her debut single “Bubbly” managed to reach at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 2 on the Pop 100.  Two other singles followed suit with “Realize” reaching #20 on the Hot 100 and “The Little Things” getting to #94, at Pop 100.

Caillat and Jason Mraz recorded a duet called “Lucky,” in 2008 for his album, “We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things.”   She released a song and video called “Somethin’ Special” for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics in August 2008.  Caillat also sang on “You” by Schiller and appeared in the music video.  Caillat has also been a part of the music tem in the soundtrack of the movie “Imagine That.”

In October 2008 she also played herself in the Brazilian soap opera “Três Irmãs” and her song “Midnight Bottle” was also included in the soundtrack of the soap opera. She also co-wrote and provided background vocals for Taylor Swift’s song “Breathe,” on her album “Fearless” that won Album of the Year.

2009–2010: Breakthrough

Caillat’s second album was released in August 2009.  Most of the album “Breakthrough” was co-written by Jason Reeves and featured guitarist David Becker on two tracks. Becker has also worked previously with Caillat’s father Ken.  Facing a writer’s block during the recording sessions, she sought help from her friends Jason Reeves and Kara DioGuardi.  They rented a beach house in Hawaii for three weeks and wrote songs.  Caillat released “Fallin’ for You,” her first single from the album in June and the second single, “I Never Told You,” in February 2010.  She released two Christmas songs, the Beach Boys song “Merry Christmas, Baby” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” for the 2009 holiday season.

Caillat got recognition from BMI as songwriter of the year.  In December 2010, she had the honor of performing at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway.

2011–Present: All of You

She released her third album “All of You,” on July 12, 2011.  The first single, “I Do” was released in February. The second single, “Brighter Than the Sun,” was released in June.

Awards and nominations

Nominations   19

Awards won   8

Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.  Caillat, in her brief career has so far won two Grammys from four nominations including one for “Album of the Year.”

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