Colbie Caillat are out with the music video to her new single ‘I Do’, off the Malibu, California singer songwriter’s third album ‘All of You’, out May 3rd on Universal Republic Records. ‘All Of You’ was written by Colbie and Toby Gad and produced by Greg Wells. Watch the video via YouTube below.
Colbie Caillat is back with a a new upbeat single called ‘I Do’, taken from the singer-songwriter’s upcoming album ‘All Of You’, due out May 3rd. Listen via YouTube below.
Colbie Caillat recorded a video for The American Cancer Society where she sings “Happy Birthday” as part of their “more birthdays” campaign. The singer songwriter told fans on her blog at MySpace (@colbiecaillat) about the news:
Hey everyone! I got a great opportunity to be a part of The American Cancer Society’s “More Birthdays” campaign! Check out the video Justin & I did and you can even send the video as a greeting to someone you know celebrating a birthday! While there, you can check out videos from lots of great artists who participated in this: Jack Johnson, Justin Bieber, Chicago, Maroon 5, Keith Urban, Train and many, many more! For nearly 100 years, the American Cancer Society has been working to create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. The movement for more birthdays is about everyday people, just like you, coming together to make a difference. This year more than 11 million cancer survivors will celebrate another birthday, thanks in part to the progress we’ve already made. But we can’t stop there. With every person who joins the movement, we can get closer to the day when cancer never steals another year from someone’s life. It all starts by helping people stay well and get well, and by finding cures and fighting back! American Cancer Society
Colbie Caillat sat down with MyWorkButterfly.com for an interview, where the singer songwriter talked about how she benefitted from her mother being a stay at home mom when she was growing up, how her mother is a huge role model and not wanting to be selfish when Colbie does have kids, how her mother can make friends with anyone, how she always knew she wanted to be a singer growing up, what kind of influence she’ll might be when she has children, and more. Watch the interview below.
Colbie Caillat is advising her fans about five things they can do in regards to the Gulf oil spill and our use of petroleum, though none of the five involve fuel consumed when thousands of fans drive a cumulative tens of thousands of miles to attend each of her concerts, especially those played far outside of population areas like her July 3rd date at the Gorge Amphitheatre. The singer songwriter wrote on her MySpace blog:
1. Tell President Obama and Congress to restore the full moratorium on new offshore drilling in federal waters. http://www.surfrider.org/nodrilling
2. Join thousands across America on June 26th as we come together to take a stand. On June 26 we are coordinating a nationwide event to oppose new offshore drilling. It’s called Hands Across the Sand. It will take place in all coastal states in the United States. http://www.handsacrossthesand.com/
3. Stay up to speed on spill details on our blog, stay tuned on the latest news, ways to participate in our Not The Answer campaign, and join the conversation about the disaster unfolding in the Gulf of Mexico. http://www.nottheanswer.org
4. If you live in the Gulf or Florida regions you can document what you see and find with our Spill Tracker here: http://oilspill.skytruth.org
If you’re in this area and have never connected with a local chapter, now is a great time to do it. Find the local dozen chapters in the Gulf and in Florida: http://www.surfrider.org/chapters.asp
5. Support alternatives. Engage. The United States has 3% of the world’s oil and uses 20% of the world’s oil. If you hear about local, state and national governments looking to invest in alternative energy solutions pay attention. http:///www.oceanamps.org
Colbie Caillat checked in with fans on her MySpace on Wednesday (June 16), talking about the start of her tour with Sheryl Crow. The singer songwriter told readers:
Hey everyone! The start of the tour is going great! Thanks to everyone who has made it to the shows, hope you’ve enjoyed it! My next stops are Vienna VA, Cleveland OH and of course Detroit MI at the DTE Energy Music Theatre! Hope to see you all out on the road!
Colbie also had good things to say about her tourmate on her Twitter (@ColbieCaillat):
Being on tour with Sheryl is so amazing! She is the sweetest most beautiful woman with a gorgeous voice and songs! I’m Honored to be here!
She had me come out and sing “Strong Enough” with her tonight (which is my favorite song of hers)! I was nervous, but I had fun! : )
‘The Next Food Network Star’ will feature an appearance by Colbie Caillat this Sunday at 9 PM ET/PT. In the episode, the finalists must create dishes inspired by classic film genres and are then paired up in teams of two to cater a Grammy Awards after-party for the singer songwriter. Watch a preview via YouTube below.
Colbie Caillat visited Levi’s Pioneer Sessions, where the ‘Bubbly’ singer took on a classic song to cover. “I picked Blondie’s ‘Maria’ because it’s an old classic song and I think it’s so much fun to sing,” Colbie explained. “Singing is my favorite thing to do, when you can just belt out in your car wherever you are. Dance along to it. It’s the best thing in the world.” Watch a behind the scenes clip from the recording session below, check out pictures from the session below the cut, and download the song for free at levispioneersessions.com.
Chase Coy checked in from Village Recorder Studios with Colbie Caillat in a video at his YouTube channel. “We just put the finishing touches on the last song from my album ‘Picturesque’, which comes out soon,” Chase said, asking Colbie how she thought the ‘If The Moon Fell Down’ recording session went. “I think the song’s beautiful,” Caillat said. “I think wait for you guys to hear it. I can’t wait for you guys to hear his album. You should definitely check it out.” Watch the intro and highlights from the recording session via YouTube below the cut. (more…)
Colbie Caillat updated fans on her blog at MySpace (@colbiecaillat) on Monday (May 24), discussing progress on a follow-up to 2009 sophomore album ‘Breakthrough’. The 25-year-old singer songwriter tells readers:
Hey everyone! I’ve been writing and recording a lot of new songs for my 3rd album, and I just heard it may come out as early as next November or December! I’m excited to have everyone hear the new songs!! I’ll update you as I know more!