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April 9, 2019

The Realize and Try singer hits the road

Why See Colbie Caillat?


The Grammy Award-winning Colbie Caillat has chosen to release her latest album Gypsy Heart in a rather unusual way. Earlier this year she released a five track EP entitled Gypsy Heart Side A, with the rest of the record to follow later. In the download age, with people's attention spans not being what they once were, this may well prove a canny move which is adopted as the norm. It's another headline making decision from Caillat, who made another splash in 2014 with her recently released anti-photoshop video for single Try. She's touring Gypsy Heart Side A (and B) this summer, along with her past hits like Realize and the Grammy Award winning Jason Mraz duet Lucky.

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Performance date: 9 April 2019

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