Hello Everyone! Its Monday and that means its Music Monday! Today I would like to spotlight the very talented music Artist Ingrid Michaelson, a New York based Indie Pop Singer-Songwriter. Ms. Michaelson’s music has been featured on episodes of The Vampires Diaries and Grey’s Anatomy, plus many more popular shows!
From: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ingrid Ellen Egbert Michaelson (born December 8, 1979) is a New York-based indie pop singer-songwriter. She has released five studio albums since 2005. Her music has been featured in episodes of several popular television shows, including The Vampire Diaries, Scrubs, Body of Proof, Bones, Grey’s Anatomy The Big C, In Plain Sight, and One Tree Hill, as well as in Old Navy’s fall 2007 Fair Isle and Opel’s/Vauxhall’s Meriva 2010 advertising campaigns. She is known for being an independent artist and never signing to a major record label, despite achieving a large amount of popularity
***Most recently this incredible Sing-Songwriter worked with the the Children Of Newton to honor those affected by the Sandy Hook tragedy, and produced the song Somewhere Over The Rainbow available at Amazon***
Contact: Ingrid Michaelson website
When she walks into a store in her Brooklyn neighborhood, Ingrid Michaelson is rarely recognized. But once she hands over her credit card to pay, the clerk often pauses, brightens up, and enthusiastically offers a bit of trivia: ‘Did you know that there’s a singer named Ingrid Michaelson?’ This reaction is fitting because Michaelson has earned both acclaim and a loyal following due to her knack for crafting beautiful, idiosyncratic songs (‘The Way I Am,’ ‘Maybe,’ ‘Keep Breathing’) that just nestle in your head. Her new single ‘Parachute’ is a perfect example of that, showcasing a seamless stylistic growth in melody and beat while nurturing the sound that Ingrid’s fans have come to know and love. Image has never been her priority, but let the record show that her librarian-chic style has nonetheless received a shout-out in The New York Times.
Michaelson’s grassroots sensibility has worked like gangbusters: Her music, often about love and relationships, has been steadily wafting out of your television set for roughly four years now, be it in an Old Navy ad or in handfuls of Grey’s Anatomy episodes (not to mention countless other series such as One Tree Hill, Ugly Betty, and Scrubs) or on VH1 as an artist You Outta Know. The New York Times marveled at how she was ‘singing her way from obscurity to fame.’ Billboard trumpeted her as the face of the new music business. NPR declared, ‘Ingrid Michaelson is everywhere.’
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