She issued two demos, sang in an indie film and self-released an album.
Eager to go back to the studio and create a second full-length album, she started shopping her CD around and finally sealed a deal with Epic Records in 2005. 1 on the list of most downloaded album in i Tunes music store and reached No. Its first single "Love Song", meanwhile, peaked at No. She was then busy with supporting gig for the likes of James Blunt, Maroon 5, Mika and more.
The UK newspaper took aim at Bareilles in the Music Blog.
Writer Charlotte Richardson Andrews, who herself is gay, wrote: “But how long will heterosexual artists have the privilege of mediating on our behalves from their pop chart eyries?
Three years after her debut, Bareilles dropped a sophomore set "Little Voice". In 2010, she returned with "Kaleidoscope Heart" and scored her best week sales as well as her highest-charting album.
Released in United States on September 21, it debuted at No.
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Sara Bareilles became one of the most visible gay-rights activists in the music world when her song “Brave” tore to the top of the charts, but not everyone is comfortable with her place in the same sex marriage debate.The song and its strong but not-too-specific message has been embraced by everyone from cancer survivors to those struggling to come out of the closet.