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Brandi Carlile will be the featured guest on tomorrow morning’s “The Howard Stern Show” (listen live at 9:00 am ET via Sirius/XM’s Howard 100).

The visit comes in advance of Carlile’s three shows at New York’s Beacon Theatre this ThursdayFriday, and Saturday. Additional upcoming tour dates include May 4-5 at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre (both sold out), June 15 at Chicago’s Chicago Theatre (sold out), August 12 at Denver’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre (sold out) and August 17 at L.A.’s Greek Theatre. See below for complete details.

The extensive headline tour celebrates Carlile’s new album, By The Way, I Forgive You, which recently debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Current Albums chart, Rock Albums chart and Americana/Folk Albums chart and No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart—a career high for the acclaimed singer, songwriter, and performer. Released on Low Country Sound/Elektra Records (purchase), the album was produced by Grammy-Award winning producer Dave Cobb and acclaimed musician Shooter Jennings and features the breakout first single, “The Joke,” which is currently in its eleventh week in the top ten at Triple A Radio. Watch the song’s official music video as well as recent live performances on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Recent critical praise for By The Way, I Forgive You

 “…a raw, stunning demonstration of Carlile’s vocal prowess and offers an inspirational message of empowerment and resilience.” —American Songwriter

“…her new musical masterpiece, By the Way, I Forgive You.”—The Bluegrass Situation

“…showcases some of Carlile’s finest lyricism and singing yet.”—Entertainment Weekly

“…an anthem for the belittled and bullied…evokes the grand crescendos of ‘A Day in the Life’ and the finale of ‘Abbey Road’…”—The New York Times

“…haunting and ethereally beautiful. By The Way, I Forgive You is an album for the ages.”
—No Depression

“It’s the sound of an artist laying it all on the line.”—NPR Music

“Opting to reject bitterness, self-pity or revenge, Carlile’s form of forgiveness—in her music and in these real-life gestures—carries a mighty strength.”—NPR Fresh Air

“Oh, By the Way, I Forgive You, she aims higher than ever before, this time with her best songs and exquisite production on her side.”—Paste

“…this is her moment.”—Pitchfork

“My Favorite Songs of 2017” (“The Joke”)—President Barack Obama

“…quickly chiseled itself a spot at the top of the best vocal performances of the year, and provided one of the most poignant lyrical moments too.”—Rolling Stone

“If there’s any justice in the world, By The Way, I Forgive You should catapult Brandi Carlile into music’s upper echelons.”—Salon

“Carlile can hit diva-like highs but knows the devil is in the details. Dig in, and you might even forgive yourself for not discovering Carlile sooner.”—Variety

Recorded at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A, By The Way, I Forgive You includes ten new songs written by Carlile and longtime collaborators and bandmates Tim and Phil Hanseroth. In their close relationship, Brandi comments, “The Twins and I have been in a band for so long now. And not just a band, we are literally a family. When you create art with twins, it becomes unclear when I end and where they begin.” In addition to Carlile (vocals, guitar, piano), Tim Hanseroth (vocals, bass), Phil Hanseroth (vocals, guitar), Cobb (guitar, percussion) and Jennings (piano, organ), the album features Chris Powell (drums), Josh Neumann (cello), John Mark Painter (French horn) as well as string arrangements and conducting by the late Paul Buckmaster (Elton John, The Rolling Stones).

Over the course of their acclaimed career, the band has released six albums, including 2015’sThe Firewatcher’s Daughter, which garnered a Grammy nomination for “Best Americana Album.” Additionally, last year, they released Cover Stories: Brandi Carlile Celebrates 10 Years of the Story (An Album to Benefit War Child), which features 14 artists covering the songs on their breakthrough album The Story with all proceeds benefiting War Child. Artists included on the acclaimed project, which Rolling Stone calls, “tender and powerful,” includeDolly Parton, Adele, Pearl Jam, Kris Kristofferson, The Avett Brothers, Margo Price and Jim James as well as a forward written by President Obama. More details can be found here.

In addition to their work as a band, Carlile and the Hanseroth twins remain committed to social activism and advocacy. Together, they are founders of the Looking Out Foundation, which aims to amplify the impact of music by empowering those without a voice. From neighborhood to nation, the foundation helps fund causes and organizations that often go unnoticed. $1 from every concert ticket sold goes directly toward efforts to support the diverse demographic they aim to serve. For more information on how to volunteer, donate or advocate visit


  1. Every Time I Hear That Song
  2. The Joke
  3. Hold Out Your Hand
  4. The Mother
  5. Whatever You Do
  6. Fulton County Jane Doe
  7. Sugartooth
  8. Most Of All
  9. Harder To Forgive
  10. Party Of One


April 5—New York, NY—Beacon Theatre

April 6—New York, NY—Beacon Theatre

April 7—New York, NY—Beacon Theatre (SOLD OUT)

April 20—Pelham, NY—PBS Bluegrass Underground (SOLD OUT)

April 21-22—North Charleston, SC—High Water Fest

May 4—Boston, MA—Orpheum Theatre (SOLD OUT)

May 5—Boston, MA—Orpheum Theatre (SOLD OUT)

May 6—Albany, NY—Palace Theatre

May 8—Ithaca, NY—State Theatre

May 9—Richmond, VA—Maymont Park

May 11—Wilmington, NC—Greenfield Lake Amphitheater (SOLD OUT)

May 12—Raleigh, NC—Memorial Auditorium

May 13—Asheville, NC—Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

May 15—Rocky Mount, VA—Harvester Performance Center

May 18—Philadelphia, PA—Merriam Theater (SOLD OUT)

May 19—Washington, D.C.—The Anthem (SOLD OUT)

May 20—Washington, D.C.—The Anthem

May 26—Charlotte, NC—Outlaw Music Festival

June 8—Toronto, ON—Massey Hall

June 9—Ann Arbor, MI—Michigan Theater (SOLD OUT)

June 10—Russell, OH—LaurelLive

June 15—Chicago, IL—Chicago Theatre (SOLD OUT)

June 16—Bayfield, WI—Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua

June 17—Milwaukee, WI—Riverside Theater

June 19—Cedar Rapids, IA—Paramount Theatre

June 20—Kansas City, MO—Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland

June 22—St. Louis, MO—Peabody Opera House

June 23—Louisville, KY—Louisville Palace Theatre

June 24—Atlanta, GA—Chastain Park Amphitheatre

July 20—Canandaigua, NY—CMAC*

July 21—Portland, ME—Thompson’s Point*

July 29—Newport, RI—Newport Folk Festival

August 3-5—Ninilchik, AK—Salmonfest

August 12—Denver, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre (SOLD OUT)

August 16—La Mesa, CA—Humphrey’s Concerts by the Bay

August 17—Los Angeles, CA—Greek Theatre

August 18—Santa Barbara, CA—Arlington, Theatre

August 21—San Luis Obispo, CA—Fermont Theatre

August 22—Saratoga, CA—Mountain Winery

August 25—Bend, OR—Les Schwab Amphitheatre

September 7—Burgettstown, PA—Outlaw Music Festival

September 22­-23—Franklin, KY—Pilgrimage Festival

*co-headline with Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit

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