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Sara Bareilles had a hit in 2007 with "Love Song" off her second album, Little Voice. Her third record, Kaleidoscope Heart, debuted at number one on the Billboard album chart.
September 15, 2010 The singer-songwriter topped the chart but sold less than half of what Katy Perry did just two weeks ago.
Sara Bareilles says she likes to write sounds that sound happy but are realling telling people to kiss off.
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September 3, 2010 Coming from a singer-songwriter who wrote a triple-platinum hit in response to her label's request for a "marketable love song," Bareilles' latest single, "King of Everything," seems indicative of a trend. In an interview, Bareilles says she likes writing happy tunes that tell people to kiss off.
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April 14, 2007 Singer, songwriter and pianist Sara Bareilles had a modest childhood growing up a small California town. Self-taught, she soon found herself on a major label with a debut album that's won comparisons to Fiona Apple. Hear an interview and performance from WXPN.
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