Sounds Like Me: My Life (So Far) in Song

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Price
$18.99  $17.66
Publisher
Simon & Schuster
Publish Date
Pages
208
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.1 X 0.6 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781982142223

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About the Author

Sara Bareilles is a seven-time Grammy nominated American singer-songwriter and musician. She first achieved mainstream success in 2007 with her hit single, "Love Song" and has since released five studio albums and two live DVDs to great acclaim. She composed music and wrote lyrics for the Broadway smash hit, Waitress, for which she earned a Tony Award nomination in 2016. She is also the creator and executive producer of Little Voice on Apple TV+. Bareilles currently resides in New York City.

Reviews

"Sara Bareilles is one of my favorite humans, and in my opinion, one of the finest singers and pop music artists of our time... This book, like her songs, is like having a conversation with the lady herself."--Ben Folds, from the book's foreword
"Her prose has a natural rhythm, and the stories behind each song are organically woven throughout. Fans will be more enamored, as, like Bareilles's music, this biography resonates with authentic and hard-won truths."--Publishers Weekly
"A chart-topping singer/songwriter exposes 'the inner workings of my mind and my heart' through this intimate essay collection anchored with music and humor... Bareilles conveys her life and career in a series of heartfelt, confessional ruminations written with the passion with which she hones her musical craft, forming an entertaining and candid scrapbook chockablock with memories, lyrics, stories, and photographs... A breezy, upbeat, and honest reflection of this multitalented artist."--Kirkus Reviews
"Reading the book is like listening to your friend share a really good story over a long overdue coffee date--it just feels so honest."--StyleCaster.com
"Bareilles pours her heart and soul into these essays."--Associated Press