Brandi Carlile isn’t a political singer per se, but she isn’t shy about singing and speaking openly and candidly about the issues that affect her life. Wednesday night, more than 1,500 fans at Crossroads KC withstood a mid-June swelter to listen to 90 minutes of Carlile’s music, which included covers of songs by Bruce Springsteen, Prince and Led Zeppelin.
Brandi Carlile isn’t a political singer per se, but she isn’t shy about singing and speaking openly and candidly about the issues that affect her life. Wednesday night, more than 1,500 fans at Crossroads KC withstood a mid-June swelter to listen to 90 minutes of Carlile’s music, which included covers of songs by Bruce Springsteen, Prince and Led Zeppelin. David McClister Courtesy of the artist
Brandi Carlile isn’t a political singer per se, but she isn’t shy about singing and speaking openly and candidly about the issues that affect her life. Wednesday night, more than 1,500 fans at Crossroads KC withstood a mid-June swelter to listen to 90 minutes of Carlile’s music, which included covers of songs by Bruce Springsteen, Prince and Led Zeppelin. David McClister Courtesy of the artist
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Brandi Carlile spreads gospel of love to a big crowd at Crossroads KC

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