Two singer-songwriters take the stage to belt out thoughtful, stirring pop tunes, such as “Bubbly” and “Jar of Hearts”
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$25 for one ticket to see Colbie Calliat and Christina Perri (up to $45.25 value)
When: Sunday, July 26, at 7 p.m.
Where: Centennial Terrace
Door time: 6 p.m.
Full offer value includes ticketing fees
How she got her first fans: on MySpace, where, after posting a few finished tracks, she became the site’s top unsigned artist and snagged the attention of Rolling Stone
One of those songs: “Bubbly,” a summery single that dropped in July, allowing it to top the singles chart with ease
The album on which “Bubbly” appears: Coco, a collection of 12 folk-pop gems that sparkle like fireflies trapped in a disco ball
Fans Colbie earned with Coco: John Mayer, with whom she then toured, and Jason Mraz and Taylor Swift, who became collaborators
The Mraz collaboration: “Lucky,” a charming duet that won hearts both before and after it was prominently featured on Glee
Her latest release: 2014’s Gypsy Heart, led by the Babyface-produced single “Try”
What this songwriter, guitarist, and pianist was raised on: Guns ‘N Roses. And Shredded Wheat.
Her first big hit: the debut single “Jar of Hearts,” whose piano-driven drama sounds influenced by GNR’s “November Rain”
Where you may have heard it first: on So You Think You Can Dance or belted by Lea Michele in an episode of Glee
Independent bonafides: when the So You Think You Can Dance episode aired, demand skyrocketed immediately, and the then-unsigned Christina released the single on her own
Other song to check out: “Be My Forever,” her 2014 duet with Ed Sheeran
Opening act: singer-songwriter Rachel Platten, who recently performed her 2015 single, “Fight Song,” on Good Morning America