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" The irony was that, after writing what was basically a kiss-off to record executives, Bareilles got the phone call: "'We love it! And that's always -- oh my gosh, what an amazing hope for something you create." It also created a bit of controversy.
Three months later, Katy Perry released her hit, "Roar." She was accused of copying Bareilles' song.
In the past, Bareilles had some long therm relationship with unknown boyfriend.
This relationship ended in the same time as Sara’s band broke apart in 2013.
She composed music and wrote lyrics for the Broadway musical Waitress, for which she earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Original Score in 2016 and a Grammy nomination for Best Musical Theatre Album.
She took her final bow as Jenna Hunterson on June 11th, 2017.
The group's rendition of Bareilles' "Gravity" was featured on the Best of College a Cappella 2004 compilation CD.
But the rebelliousness that bubbled up in “Love Song” didn’t mean that Bareilles brushed off having the hit when she got one, or that she isn’t striving to be radio-friendly in her own fashion Her just-released new album, , is the first of her long-players to break with her signature piano-based sound in a big way, instead favoring up-to-the-moment beats and stylings, even if the underlying sentiments are no less singer-songwriterly than ever.
“I’ve always been very autobiographical in the way that I write, but that can be dressed up a million different ways,” she tells .
While there’s bound to be a bit of audience overlap, is part of the idea to pick up new fans from each other’s followings? We’ve done a handful of shows in the past and gotten along really well, so it’s really enticing when you can end up on a tour with your friends. I don’t think it’s a total no-brainer that our audiences will be super-familiar with each other’s repertoire, but I think there’s a really high likelihood that people will be excited about the other band. Some people had brought that up to me for years, and I always was like, absolutely not, I could never do it.
PHOTOS: The Best of Bonnaroo 2013 THR: You just wrapped up your first solo tour. Then over the past year, as I’ve done a lot of personal work on facing my fears and making some pretty big life changes, it came to the forefront that that was going be something that I really needed to address and put my money where my mouth is, especially in terms of a song like “Brave” and that being my messaging that’s out right now. And it was such a transformative experience for me.