Brandi Carlile or Brandi Marie Carlile is an American singer, songwriter, producer, and activist. She has released seven studio albums and has also won many awards and nominations for her work in the field. In 2019 she formed a country music girl group called the Highwomen and has been making great music with them. She rose to fame with her album called the Story that released in 2007. She has dabbled into various forms of music like pop, rock, country music, and folk. She has also judged the independent music awards and promoted new artists.
In 2021 she was given the She is the music award by the CEO of Universal music publishing company. She has also worked extensively for the LGBTQ community and has also spoken for women’s empowerment. She is a true blue family woman.
Brandi Carlile Wiki/Biography
Born on 01st June 1981, Carlile’s age is 40 years as of 2021. She comes from a working-class family from America. She was born and brought up in Ravensdale, Washington, U.S. she is an American by Nationality. When she was a kid she taught herself how to sing. She also learned to play the piano and guitar.
She has completed her early schooling from Tahoma High School but subsequently, she left her studies to pursue a gull-time career in music. He has also claimed that she was not very fond of studies as a kid. Brandi has claimed that as a child she was diagnosed with attention deficit disorder.