‘Featured Artist,’ Ingrid Michaelson, “Ghost”

March 8th, 2012  |  by Nels Thoreson   |  Published in Songs of the Day  |  1 Comment

Today’s “Featured Artist and Song of the Day” showcases New York based, Ingrid Michaelson, with her song, “Ghost,” off her album, Human Again, through her own label, Cabin 24 Records, and was released in January of this year.  The album was produced by David Kahne, who has worked with Regina Spektor and Paul McCartney, and the video below was directed by Jeff Martin.  “The album is called Human Again, because it’s taken me a very long time to be happy,” she says. “I am writing about a really dark time in my life even though I’m not there.”

In April, Michaelson is set to embark on a Spring Tour playing in venues throughout the US and Canada.  Colorado is on her radar as she’ll be playing the Boulder Theater on April 18th, and will play the famed, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, on July 14th, with Brandi Carlile and Gregory Alan Isakov.  Both are set to be must-see shows.   Colorado awaits.

These words find their place in the song, “Ghost,”

“Do you remember when the walls fell
Do you remember the sound that the door made when you closed it on me
Do you know that I went down to the ground
Landed on both my broken-hearted knees
I didn’t even cry
‘Cause pieces of me had already died

I’m a ghost
Haunting these halls
Climbing up walls that I never knew were there
And I’m lost
Broken down the middle of my heart, heart
I’m broken down the middle of my heart, heart, heart…”

For updates, tour dates, and other news click on her website, you can buy her music on iTunes, and follow her on her Facebook Page.  Until the next time you’ll be able to see a show or listen to her, here is Ingrid Michaelson, with her song, “Ghost,”  Live from Laurel Canyon, enjoy,

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