Colbie Caillat: Thursday, Aug. 28, at VooDoo … “Bubbly,” the feel-good hit of 2007, introduced Colbie Caillat to the world. The effervescent ditty quickly became a pop culture staple. Caillat will attempt to convince Thursday’s audience at Harrah’s Casino that the material from her forthcoming “Gypsy Heart” album is just as consequential. The native Californian may also comment on the powerful message about body image conveyed in the exceptional video for her new single, “Try.” Alex & Sierra, winners of TV’s “The X Factor,” open the show. The debut album by the Florida-based pop duo will be released in October. Tickets range from $30 to $78 in advance through ticketmaster.com.
Colbie Caillat: Thursday, Aug. 28, at VooDoo … “Bubbly,” the feel-good hit of 2007, introduced Colbie Caillat to the world. The effervescent ditty quickly became a pop culture staple. Caillat will attempt to convince Thursday’s audience at Harrah’s Casino that the material from her forthcoming “Gypsy Heart” album is just as consequential. The native Californian may also comment on the powerful message about body image conveyed in the exceptional video for her new single, “Try.” Alex & Sierra, winners of TV’s “The X Factor,” open the show. The debut album by the Florida-based pop duo will be released in October. Tickets range from $30 to $78 in advance through ticketmaster.com. Matt Sayles The Associated Press
Colbie Caillat: Thursday, Aug. 28, at VooDoo … “Bubbly,” the feel-good hit of 2007, introduced Colbie Caillat to the world. The effervescent ditty quickly became a pop culture staple. Caillat will attempt to convince Thursday’s audience at Harrah’s Casino that the material from her forthcoming “Gypsy Heart” album is just as consequential. The native Californian may also comment on the powerful message about body image conveyed in the exceptional video for her new single, “Try.” Alex & Sierra, winners of TV’s “The X Factor,” open the show. The debut album by the Florida-based pop duo will be released in October. Tickets range from $30 to $78 in advance through ticketmaster.com. Matt Sayles The Associated Press
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