Last night (May 1st) Michelle attended the 1st Annual UNICEF Next Gen LA Photo Benefit I’ve added 6 HQ photos of Michelle at the event.
- Public Appearances & Events > 2014 > May 01- 1st Annual UNICEF NextGen LA Photo Benefit
I’ve added photos of Michelle at the Lexus Live On Grand At The 3rd Annual Los Angeles Food & Wine Festivals back on (August 24th, 2013) Check out the 28 HQ photos of the event.
-Public Appearances & Events > 2013> August 24: Lexus Live On Grand At The 3rd Annual Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival
I’ve added photos of Michelle at the Warner Music Group Annual Grammy Celebration back on (January 26th) Check out the 31 HQ photos in the gallery.
- Public Appearances & Events> 2014> January 26: Warner Music Group Annual Grammy Celebration
Michelle attended the 11th Annual Global Green Pre- Oscar Party on (February 26th) I’ve added 54 HQ photos to the gallery.
- Public Appearances & Events > 2014> February 26: Global Green USA’s 11th Annual Pre- Oscar Party
Michelle did a great interview for the series ‘Mom Who Rock’, you can watch it over here. She talks about being a working mum, Grammy and more.
Michelle Branch was all of 18 years old when her debut album, 2001’s The Spirit Room, became a platinum seller, spawned three hit singles (“Everywhere,” “All You Wanted,” and “Goodbye to You”), and sold four million copies worldwide. The album, as well as 2002’s “The Game of Love,” Branch’s Grammy Award-winning smash single with Carlos Santana, established the Sedona, AZ, native as a young musical artist with a very grown-up talent. Following the release of her darker, more ambitious 2003 platinum album Hotel Paper — which featured the hits “Are You Happy Now?” and “Breathe” — and the birth of her daughter in 2005, Branch found herself at a crossroads. She put her solo career on hold to team up with Nashville singer/songwriter Jessica Harp to form the country music duo
The Wreckers, an inspired vocal and songwriting collaboration that was nominated for both a CMA Award and a Grammy Award.
The Wreckers released their debut album, the platinum Stand Still Look Pretty, in 2006 and their popularity helped establish Branch as a fixture on country radio, thanks to such winning tracks as the No. 1 “Leave The Pieces” and the Top Ten hit “My, Oh My.” But the pair decided to part ways just as their music was rising on the charts — an emotionally difficult time that Branch documents on her deeply personal six-song EP, Everything Comes and Goes, which was released in August 2010 as a gift to fans as she focuses on recording the follow-up to Hotel Paper. Branch is currently in the studio in Los Angeles working on the album.
The Voice contestant Cassadee Pope performed Michelle’s hit single “Are you Happy Now?” during the finale of The Voice. Be sure to watch her performance below.