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Sara Bareilles bringing ‘Amidst the Chaos Tour’ to Moon

Shirley McMarlin

Grammy, Tony and Emmy award-nominated singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles will play the UPMC Events Center at Robert Morris University in Moon on Nov. 15.

The concert is part of Bareilles’ 30-city “Amidst The Chaos Tour,” in support of her album of the same name released April 5. The tour kicks off Oct. 5 in Detroit and wraps up Nov. 26 in Atlanta.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. April 12 at livenation.com.

According to a review in Variety, Bareilles’ new album “establishes that there’s no one in contemporary pop better at flexing mezzo-soprano sensitivity and social empathy like a muscle.”

Bareilles first achieved mainstream success in 2007 with her hit “Love Song,” which reached No. 1 in 22 countries. She has seven Grammy nominations, including Song of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Album of the Year.

Her 2015 book, “Sounds Like Me: My Life (So Far) in Song,” is a New York Times best-seller.

She composed the music and lyrics for the Broadway musical, “Waitress,” for which she received a Tony Award nomination for Best Score and a Grammy Award nomination for Best Musical Theater Album. She also made her Broadway acting debut in 2017 in the lead role in “Waitress.”

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .


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Sara Bareilles will perform Nov. 15 at the UPMC Event Center in Moon. Here, she is seen in concert March 19 at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, Calif.
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