Brandi Carlile born on June 1st, the year 1981 in Ravensdale, the Washington is an American singer and songwriter. Carlile's music has been marked in many types, including the pop, rock, alternative country, indie and also the folk.
At the age 8, Carlile performed a rendition of the country music song known as the "Tennessee Flat Top Box" with her mother. She started to play the guitar and write songs at the age of 15. At 16, she started to perform as a backup singer for an Elvis impressionist.
Before signing to a main record label, Carlile worked in domestic Seattle establishments like The Crocodile, Tractor Tavern, and the Paragon with twin brothers Tim and Phil Hanseroth. Carlile sold her self introduced recordings between local performances.
Carlile started to attract the attention of the music industry after Dave Matthews heard her group perform at the year 2003 Sasquatch! Music Festival. Columbia Records signed Carlile in late 2004 on the strength of her home recordings. Her year 2005 main label entrance, Brandi Carlile mixed some of those songs as well as recently recorded tracks. After the introduction of Brandi Carlile, she moved on visits with the Hanseroth brothers for about 2 years, where they worked on songs that became part the album The Story.