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New Brandi Carlile Valentine's Day EP

mzi.tnzjbpua.170x170-75Brandi's new Valentine's Day EP, XOBC, is available now exclusively through iTunes for only $3.99! The EP features three new original songs, "Us Again," "Way To You," and "Love Songs" as well as two amazing covers, including "All You Need Is Love" (The Beatles) and "Heaven" (Bryan Adams). The EP is only available digitally through iTunes and you can download your copy here. Give Up The Ghost is also available on iTunes for only $7.99! Buy your copy today or gift it to someone for Valentine's Day! The Give Up The Ghost Traveling Show: February 9 - Asheville, NC: Orange Peel February 10 - Knoxville, TN: Bijou Theatre February 11 - Carrboro, NC: Cat's Cradle (SOLD OUT) February 15 - Charlotte, NC: McGlohon Theatre February 16 - Nashville, TN: (SOLD OUT) February 17 - Athens, GA: Melting Point (SOLD OUT) February 18 - Clearwater, FL: Capitol Theatre (SOLD OUT) February 20 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Culture Room February 21-26 - Miami, FL: CAYAMO Cruise 2010 February 27 - Orlando, FL: House of Blues (Brandi and Indigo Girls are both playing full sets) March 1 - Tallahassee, FL: The Moon (Brandi and Indigo Girls are both playing full sets) March 2 - Mobile, AL - Saenger Theater (Brandi and Indigo Girls are both playing full sets) March 4 - New Orleans, LA: House of Blues March 5 - Charenton, LA: Cypress Bayou Casino March 6 - Austin, TX: Hogg Memorial Auditorium March 7 - Dallas, TX: House of Blues March 8 - Helotes, TX: Floore's Country Store March 11 - San Diego, CA: House of Blues March 12 - Anaheim, CA: House of Blues March 13 - Petaluma, CA: Mystic Theatre (SOLD OUT) March 15 - Reno, NV: Knitting Factory March 17 - Bend, OR: Tower Theatre (SOLD OUT) March 18 - Bend, OR: Tower Theatre (SOLD OUT) March 19 - Bellingham, WA: Mount Baker Theatre (SOLD OUT)

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