Third Eye Blind fans at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland didn't quite get the show they wanted on Tuesday.
Vanessa Lee Carlton (born August 16, 1980 in Milford, Pennsylvania) is an American pop singer, songwriter, and pianist most known for the hit "A Thousand Miles". She went to ballet school in New York City beginning at age 12.
The stress and rigid training in the ballet lessons proved too much for her, and she chose not to become a ballerina after graduating from the academy.
Some blame this on the lack of promotion from the record label and poor public relations representation.
Harmonium was supposed to have been released in the UK on February 7, 2005.
That was what they did before digital technology armed consumers with the power to buy only the songs they liked. I'm opposed to being forced to buy an album when all I want is one or two songs.
When it comes to music, isn't that one of the most important benefits of the digital revolution?
That audience is likely to expand substantially with the release of When I Was Younger, the Nashville, TN trio's first full-length album, whose 14 compelling original tunes fulfill the abundant promise of the band's three widely-acclaimed, self-released EPs.
It's not surprising that Colony House has struck a resonant chord with listeners.
It included the very popular hit single "A Thousand Miles", whose piano-based sound and piano-based surrealistic video made it instantly recognizable.
A successful follow-up single came with "Ordinary Day." Carlton also provided backup vocals for the Counting Crows' cover of Joni Mitchell's "Big Yellow Taxi." Carlton, along with Michelle Branch and Avril Lavigne, is often considered to have become popular in 2002 due to the alleged overexposure and insincerity of singers like Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.
Stephan Jenkins, lead singer of the band Third Eye Blind, digital music fan, and former beau of Charlize Theron, wants to clear up a few things.