Carbon Leaf – Tickets – World Cafe Live Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA – December 3rd, 2016

Carbon Leaf

Carbon Leaf

Marie Miller

Sat · December 3, 2016

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

World Cafe Live Philadelphia

$25 + Fees

Mezzanine tickets are subject to a premium service fee that will be applied at checkout.

Carbon Leaf
Carbon Leaf
In 2014 Carbon Leaf Faithfully Re-Recorded Their Biggest Album, Indian Summer, In Order To Regain Control Of The Songs They Owned, But That Were Contained On A Master Recording That Their Formal Record Label, Vanguard Records, Held Rights To. For 2015, The Band Is Repeating This Successful Formula By Re-Recording Their 2006 Sophomore Effort, Love Loss Hope Repeat. Only This Time, Carbon Leaf Is Not Remaining Faithful To The Original.

“After Coming Off Of A Successful 2 Year Tour Behind Indian Summer, The Label Was Eager To Keep Momentum Going So We Dove Head First Into The Studio, Without Really Having The New Songs Developed,” Says Carbon Leaf’s Front Man Barry Privett. “This, Coupled With An Extremely Small Window For Recording Resulted In An Album Of Songs We Believed In That Just Didn’t Reach Their Recorded Potential. For The Re-Recording, We Get The Chance To Address All Of The Things We Didn’t Like, Or That Didn’t Work. Now, It’s A Completely Different Album. It Was A Blurry Time And We Were Left Scratching Our Heads, And Vowing Not To Adhere To A Schedule Just For The Sake Of Keeping On Schedule If The Work Is Not Done.”

“With Love Loss Hope Repeat Reneaux, The Band Achieves A More Textured Album That Envelops The Listener. “The Original Album Was Just So Aggressive, Heavy On Vocals And Drums, And The Acoustic Instruments Were Pushed To The Side. It Just Always Felt Like We Were Selling Something Or Like Every Song Had To Sound Like A Radio Single. There Was Just No Nuance To Help The Stories Breathe.”

In Addition To Wanting To Get The Music Right, It’s Paramount For The Band To Have Complete Control Over The Songs They Write, Now That They Have Embraced Being Independent Artists Once Again. With Owning A New Master Recording, They No Longer Have To Watch A Chunk Of Their Recorded History Get Funneled To A Label They Are No Longer In Business With.

“We Have Been Together 23 Years Now, And Our Fans Love This Idea, Of Re-Recording Existing Music In Between The New Releases, And Hearing The Band Evolve As We Re-Acquaint Them With Music From Our Catalogue. In Doing So, We Are Also Introducing A Lot Of Newer Fans To Music That They Haven’t Even Considered. Our Bassist And Drummer Haven’t Even Played On Some Of The Earlier Stuff, And Yet Have Been With Us For 7 Years Now,” Privett Says.
Marie Miller
Marie Miller is a Curb records artist triple threat: singer, songwriter and instrumentalist.

Growing up in the Shenandoah Valley area of Virginia, the third of ten children, Miller began singing at the age of seven. At twelve she joined her family band, playing festivals and churches, with her sister Justina. The bluegrass duo was billed as the Miller Sisters.

In 2005 Miller moved on from the family band to sign a recording contract and publishing deal with Curb Records. Since that time she has released two EP's, Marie Miller (2006), and You're Not Alone (2013), toured the country, and risen significantly in radio charts. Miller's 2013 single "You're Not Alone" charted at #1 on Billboard Christian Hot AC/CHR Charts with the music video premiering on VH1 and CMT. The single also reached 115,000 downloads on Amazon's Rising Star Program. Miller's current single "6'2" charted at #26 on Billboard AC and the music video premiered on vh1.com. Marie was a finalist in the 2014 Macy's iHeartRadio Rising Star Competition, with her single "6'2" played in Macy's stores around the country. "6'2" was also featured on ABC's Dancing With the Stars in May 2014. Miller's singles "You're Not Alone" and "6'2"receive significant airplay on SiriusXM stations The Blend, The Pulse, and 20 on 20.

Marie Miller has opened for the Backstreet Boys, Sara Evans, MAGIC!, Andy Grammar, Colbie Caillat, Carbon Leaf, Five for Fighting, and the Plain White T's. In September 2015 she performed for Pope Francis and 750,000 attendees in Philadelphia, PA. The performance was aired live on CNN and Fox News.
Venue Information:
World Cafe Live Philadelphia
3025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19104
http://philly.worldcafelive.com/