Brandi Carlile and Belinda Carlisle lastly met up on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Friday after years of getting their names confused, and there was neither a harmonic convergence nor a disruption within the pressure, however definitely a really good impromptu photo-op.
Asked by Variety Saturday evening within the Hall of Fame press room in regards to the meetup the day gone by, Carlile mentioned: “I’ve been getting called Belinda Carlisle since I started making music and having my name anywhere on a marquee. I mean, I would pull up to theaters and have it say ‘Belinda Carlisle,’ or ‘Brandi Carlisle’ with the S. And I think Belinda’s been getting some of the same shit over the course of the last decade or two. So we finally met yesterday and decided to get a photo together so people would see that we’re two different people. I am in love with her and so happy for the Go-Go’s and couldn’t be more honored and excited to be confused for such an absolute killer.”
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In her preliminary Instagram submit, Carlile wrote, “It finally happened… and although Belinda Carlisle and I are now best friends. We ARE NOT the same person!”
The Go-Go’s additionally tweeted a picture of Carlisle with the entire band, saying, “Look who we met tonight! Brandi Carlile rules.”
When Belinda Carlisle posted a photograph herself on her Instagram account, Brandi Carlile responded: “Feels like the beginning of something…” Who is aware of what meaning, however it could be helpful to do not forget that, earlier this 12 months, Carlile produced two songs for an additional artist she’s generally been confused with through the years, Brandy Clark.
The Go-Go’s are being inducted into the Hall of Fame. Although it might need been amusing to have Carlile-without-an-S doing the inducting, Drew Barrymore is doing the honors for the group — whose breakout album, “Beauty and the Beat,” got here out a 12 months earlier than Barrymore starred as a toddler in “E.T.”
Carlile is available together with her longtime collaborators, Phil and Tim Hanseroth, aka “the twins,” to sing a three-part-harmony tribute to the two-part harmonies of the Everly Brothers.
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