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Sara Bareilles

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GRAMMY® Award-winning artist, songwriter, actress, author, and philanthropist Sara Bareilles consistently affirms herself as a modern renaissance woman whose impact can be felt across music, film, television, and theater. To date, she has received two Tony® Award nominations, three Primetime EMMY® Award nominations, and seven GRAMMY® Award nominations, garnering a 2020 GRAMMY® in the category of “Best American Roots Performance” for “Saint Honesty.” In 2007, her platinum-certified debut album, Little Voice, yielded the quadruple-platinum smash “Love Song.” The single notably captured #1 in 22 countries. Her catalog consists of the gold-selling #1 album Kaleidoscope Heart [2010], gold-selling Blessed Unrest [2013], and the T Bone Burnett-produced Amidst The Chaos [2019]—which marked her fifth consecutive Top 10 debut on the Billboard Top 200. Along the way, she has performed alongside everyone from Sir Elton John to Seth MacFarlane, sold out hallowed venues such as The Hollywood Bowl, landed on President Barack Obama’s Playlist, and gathered billions of streams.

On Broadway, she composed music and lyrics for Waitress, electrifying the stage as the lead in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and making her grand return in 2021. Other musical credits include her Tony® Award-nominated score for Spongebob Squarepants and Emmy® Award-nominated appearance as Mary Magdalene in NBC’s Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert. Not to mention, she even co-hosted the 72nd annual Tony® Awards. As an author, she penned the New York Times bestseller Sounds Like Me: My Life (So Far) in Song. In terms of film and television, she contributed original music and executive produced the 10-episode musical drama series Little Voice, teaming up with Jessie Nelson, J.J. Abrams, and Apple. She also currently co-stars in the critically acclaimed Peacock phenomenon Girls5Eva set to return for its second season in 2022. Deeply moved to give back to her community, she has actively supported organizations such as Save The Music Foundation, Music Cares, Rock N Roll Camp for Girls Los Angeles, The Actors Fund, BCEFA, Covenant House, Color of Change, the NAACP and many many more.

With more music, theater, and television on the horizon, Sara Bareilles continues to influence, impact, and inspire audiences everywhere with everything she does.

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