2016 was a difficult year, even beyond the political landscape and ongoing tragedies around the world that persist. The world of music and pop culture lost many talented actors, musicians and artists in general. It was tough to remain focused. This year was the first year I found myself embraced more by more older favourites than new releases, which made comingRead more
It Doesn’t Have To Make Sense isn’t a huge step in any direction for Ingrid. She remains in comfortable territory with sometimes uncomfortable or painful material, and enough of a range in sound to satisfy anyone who has previously invested in any of her music.Read more
To accompany the other yearend lists, here are my picks for the 30 best albums to catch my ear in 2014. Agree? Disagree? Share your thoughts in the comments section and tell me how wrong you think I am! #30. Ingrid Michaelson – Lights Out Lights Out is Ingrid’s first collaborative record, after writing all of her previousRead more
Ingrid Michaelson has become a defender of fair concert ticket prices. Recently she took to Twitter after seeing tickets for a $40 show of hers being sold on StubHub for nearly $300, calling out scalpers, which she called “greedy people” and “rats”. Afterward, she announced she would personally ensure only fans would get tickets for a later show by allowing only one per transaction.
It might be a drastic measure but as Ingrid has recently discovered, she’s become a big enough draw to attract scalpers and fans alike. With the release of Lights Outs, the singer/songwriter’s sixth record, she’s further proving that the attention is justified.Read more