She is currently readying her fourth album, , and has noted on Twitter that two of the songs on the LP will be “Moneymaker” and “I Don’t Want to be a Bride.”In the past, Carlton has dedicated her song “Who’s to Say? The lyrics are a story of forbidden love, including: “And who’s to say that we’re not good enough? ” She also included a gay male couple in her music video for “Pretty Baby.
A popular contemporary artist with major crossover genre appeal, Vannesa is incredibly successful.
She previously dated Third Eye Blind singer Stephan Jenkins from 2002 to 2007.
After reader Maggie tipped us off that Vanessa noted “the lyrics to ‘Ordinary Day’ could be about a boy, girl, tranny whatever!
All three albums () have ranked highly on the Billboard 100 and she’s toured with the likes of Stevie Nicks and The Goo Goo Dolls.
Thank you, Vanessa, for choosing Pride to come forward and let your LGBTQ fans know you are not afraid to be vocal about your own sexuality. Now you can feel free to come out with your new album.
During this period, she recorded song demos with simple equipment in her apartment.
She presented some of these to producer Peter Zizzo, who eventually invited Carlton to his studio.
Raised in Milford, a tiny town in eastern Pennsylvania, Vanessa Carlton took piano lessons from her mother and composed her first song as an eight-year-old. Carlton announced she wed Deer Tick's lead singer and guitarist John Mc Cauley in a tweet Friday, Dec. The surprise ceremony was officiated by none other than Fleetwood Mac superstar Stevie Nicks."Married this gentleman two hours ago xo," she tweeted along with a photo of her and her groom.Carlton began writing songs again, reaching beyond the classical music of her youth to incorporate influences from pop artists like Tori Amos and Fiona Apple.When it came time to graduate, she halted her dancing career and enrolled at Columbia University instead, where she continued to work on her songwriting.