Music artist Ingrid Michaelson has big things going on right now and we’ve got all the details on her latest ventures, her new performances, and some background on the artist.
1. Michaelson Performs Her Hit Single “Girls Chase Boys” on The Today Show
— Ingrid Michaelson (@ingridmusic) April 15, 2014
On The Today Show this morning, Ingrid Michaelson performed her hit song “Girls Chase Boys,” which she calls a universal break up song. Have a look at the music video that went viral below:
2. She Just Dropped Her New Album “Lights Out”
— Team Ingrid (@Team_Ingrid) April 15, 2014
“Lights Out” just dropped today and is available for download online. In addition to her music, Michaelson presents ‘Little Kids. Big Questions’ weekly on the YouTube channel SoulPancake.
3. Prior To a Career In Music, Michaelson Pursued the Theater
While music is a part of theater, for years, it was Michaelson’s focus until she decided that she primarily wanted to focus on a music career. Wikipedia writes:
She is a graduate of Staten Island Technical High School and Binghamton University, where she received a degree in theater. While at Binghamton University she was a member of the Binghamtonics, a co-ed a cappella group, as well as the Pappy Parker Players, an improv comedy group, and the theatre repertory company under Sue Peters. Her time at Binghamton is mentioned in the song “The Hat.” She grew up doing a musical theater group called “Kids On Stage.” Later in life, she became a director until she decided to pursue her career in music.
4. Michaelson’s Music Has Appeared on Many Popular TV shows
Ingrid Michaelson’s music has appeared on so many popular television shows multiple times. Some of the shows include Pretty Little Liars, Grey’s Anatomy, One Tree Hill, The Vampire Diaries, and Army Wives. Michaelson has also had her music featured in over a dozen films.
5. Her Tour Starts on April 21, 2014
To promote her new album, Michaelson goes on tour starting April 21, 2014. Wikipedia reports on her opening acts for the tour:
Storyman and The Alternate Routes will be the opening acts for all shows from April 21 through May 5; Storyman and Sugar and the Hi Lows will open for all tour dates from May 7 through June 2.