Brandi Carlile’s ‘Broken Horses’ Book Tour Features Dolly Parton

To mark the release of Broken Horses’ upcoming memoir, singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile will take part in a series of conversations with everyone from Dolly Parton to Leslie Jordan as part of a virtual tour. Other conversations will include former White House photographer Pete Souza, writers Glennon Doyle and Tara Westover, and radio personality Hunter Kelley.

Carlile will sit down for her virtual chat with Dolly Parton on April 8, an event hosted by Nashville’s Parnassus Books. Tickets for the event cost $ 33 and include a signed copy of Carlile’s memoir.

Carlile’s memoir promises to be an overview of the singer’s performance in Washington and to rise to popularity in recent years with the release of the 2018 pioneering hit By the Way, I Forgive You.

“If anyone ever has a doubt in their mind that the wildest dreams can come true from complicated circumstances,” Elton John wrote in a noise promoted by Broken Horses, “they should read Brady’s story.”

Last week, Carlile presented her first live show with her full band since the beginning of the pandemic at the Ryman Auditorium, with extremely limited number of vaccinated fans who can attend in person. On the show, Carlile brought R&B singer Monica to a duet at Highwomen’s “Crowded Table”.

Here are Carlile’s virtual tour dates:

April 6 – A conversation with Leslie Jordan (with books-A-Million)
April 7 – A Conversation with Glennon Doyle (with Books & Books, Miami)
April 8 – A conversation with Dolly Parton (with books by Parnassus, Nashville)
April 9 – A conversation with Pete Souza (with Loyalty Books, Washington DC)
April 12 – Conversation with Tara Westover (with Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle)
April 13 – “The Gaylywed Game” feat. Brandi & Catherine Carlile vs. Glennon Doyle & Abby Wambach, hosted by Leslie
Jordan (with Book Soup, Los Angeles)
April 15 – “From Nashville – Music Conversations with Hunter Kelly” (presented by 92Y with Barnes & Noble)
April 17 – Book and a Bottle Pajama Party (presented by XOBC Cellars via Libro.FM and Women & Children First, Chicago)

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