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I couldn’t get anybody to get it because it was too difficult for me to play. It’s a rural northwestern recording studio built from a 100-year-old barn — more similar to my living situation. Country is just full of duets and has the best duets there are.It’s really near where the twins and I grew up; we all lived in the area, and we’d all get up every morning and carpool or just stay overnight there. I’d love to do an album of duets with current country artists that I love — and then some of the older country artists that are hanging around Nashville that probably wouldn’t give me the time of day. Being lesbian, do you think the country genre would welcome you with open arms?I've seen her before a couple of times over the last few years and I am a big fan of her folksy, country rock and roll band.They know how to put on a good show and I have never been dissapointed.

She does seem like a nice person based on the fact that she's the new executive director of Brandi's charity, The Looking Out Foundation.

It’s one of the last civil rights situations and, to me, that is a humanitarian effort.

So it definitely falls in the category of what I want to focus my charity on.

Here’s what we know about Brandi Carlile: Her lung power is a bigger threat to humanity than any nuclear war; she’s cool enough to sing with Elton John (who recorded a track with the singer for her last studio album, 2009’s ( — named after the secluded studio outside of Seattle she and her twin collaborators recorded in — takes her further into the Americana genre she’s gradually pursued since dropping her debut seven years ago.

We have a review of Carlile’s new CD coming up in this week’s print edition, but before you read the review, check out this interview with Chris Azzopardi about why she only writes about ex-girlfriends, who (or what) “Josephine” is and the twins she’s seen naked. I have The Neverending Story tattooed on my shoulders, and that’s just how I live my life — so I’ll probably always write from that vantage point.

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