Vanessa Carlton Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Vanessa Carlton net worth is
$12 Million

Vanessa Carlton Wiki Biography

Vanessa Lee Carlton is an American singer-songwriter and musician. Upon completion of her education at the School of American Ballet, Carlton chose to pursue singing instead, performing in New York City bars and clubs while attending university. Three months after recording …



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Full Name Vanessa Carlton
Net Worth $12 Million
Date Of Birth August 16, 1980
Place Of Birth Milford, Pennsylvania, United States
Height 5 ft 5 in (1.664 m)
Profession Singer, Record producer, Singer-songwriter, Musician
Education Professional Children’s School, Columbia University, School of American Ballet, A Thousand Miles, White Houses, Ordinary Day, Indianapolis, IN, United States, Ann Arbor, MI, United States, Chicago, IL, United States
Nationality United States of America
Spouse John Joseph McCauley III (m. 2013)
Children Sidney Aoibheann Carlton-McCauley
Parents Edmund Carlton, Heidi Lee, A Thousand Miles, White Houses, Ordinary Day, Indianapolis, IN, United States, Ann Arbor, MI, United States, Chicago, IL, United States
Siblings Gwen Carlton
Nicknames Vanessa Lee Carlton , Carlton, Vanessa
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Nominations Grammy Award for Song of the Year, Grammy Award for Record of the Year, American Music Award for Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist, Billboard Music Award for Top 40 Track of the Year, Billboard Music Award for Top New Pop Artist of the Year, A Thousand Miles, White Houses, Ordinary Day, Indianapoli…
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# Quote
1 Writing this record let me recapture who I am. It is summed up in the title Be Not Nobody. You need to feel comfortable in your skin and do whatever you need to do for yourself, to heal or to grow.
2 Toting around a full orchestra on tour is very ambitious. I would consider doing a show now and then, like do a show at Radio City or Carnegie Hall with a full orchestra.
3 My mom would give me a piece to play, but I wouldn’t do any theory because when it came time to do it I would sneak back upstairs and watch TV. So, I had these kind of nonchalant lessons for years, then it just started soaking in.
4 I tour with a piano, actually. Luckily I am able to hire people that deal with it completely and magically a piano appears on stage and then magically disappears when I leave.
5 I learned a lot from that first record and I learned a lot from my experiences touring, but really the biggest education I got over the past two years was learning the importance of arrangements.
6 I had no album title, and the album is like a journey in that it’s a complete body of work. It’s not just a couple of catchy songs and filler, so I felt that I needed to capture the essence of the album.
7 I don’t use sex to sell records, obviously, but I’d be lying if I said that I don’t feel like I have to make an effort to look good when I go out onstage, to wear something pretty.
8 I am not this big celebrity, but it gets really crazy. You have to go through the nuts of blowing up, in a sense, and then figuring out how to live your life with that.
9 I am always drawn to men that are funny. I do not know why. But I am always drawn to people that are struggling with parts of themselves… But it’s like in the end, there has to be confidence.
10 But when you hear the complete album, it gets dark, really straight-up rock, with some really intimate moments with just me and the piano. It’s not completely me because there are parts of me that aren’t on that song, that are on the album.
11 But the approach to recording this album was kind of an organized, chaotic approach where I wanted to maintain and preserve that wild abandon to creating.
12 But now – look, I have to take care of myself. I work out every day. I’m a dancer. I’ve always been an athlete, and I’m one of those people who start to go crazy if they don’t run or do something.
13 But my mom was a pianist, and she taught piano out of her house. I was just so excited, being a little kid and having all these other kids come to my house twice a week. I thought it was a big party.
14 A lot of people give in to those pressures and let others influence the process on their second albums because they want to achieve the success they had with their first again, but they don’t know how to do it.
15 When it comes to music, we live in a very different world than everyone did in the 1960s and 1970s.
16 Well, I would say that music just happens with me, I’m not in the driver’s seat when I am at the piano, the piano is.
17 The music industry is so easy compared to the ballet world.
18 Plus, there were so many pianos in my house, so I couldn’t really avoid it.
19 My songs are a direct route into my brain and my heart.
20 If Mozart were around now he would write a killer rock song.
21 I work hard and I will always work hard. But I feel very lucky with the way that it has all come together.
22 I have gone from being a 21-year-old with wide eyes to a 24-year-old woman. With success comes a lot of responsibility and power.
23 I don’t put boundaries on myself when I sit at the piano.
24 I did not stop dancing; I did take two years off to get myself together.
25 Every single note on this album is there for a reason.
26 The women who don’t feel that people think they’re sexy are the ones who seem to titillate in that way, because they don’t feel like they’re getting that kind of approval.
27 Now, performing is second nature and I love every second of it. It is a very emotional thing when I can’t play a song; maybe I’m hitting on something that I don’t want to deal with. All of it is so personal. It is like therapy.
28 And it’s sad because it’s like a surprise to people – almost an anomaly – when artists are actually refined and trained on an instrument. That’s the last thing people think about.
29 Food can become such a point of anxiety – not because it’s food, but just because you have anxiety. That’s how eating disorders develop.
# Fact
1 Born at 1: 30 PM on a Saturday.
2 Gave birth to her 1st child at age 34, a daughter Sidney Aoibheann Carlton-McCauley, on January 13, 2015 at 1: 42pm, weighing in at 8 lbs., 1 oz. Child’s father is her husband, John Joseph McCauley III.
3 Working on her third studio album. It is expected to be released in the Spring next year. [October 2005]
4 Her new video for the song “White Houses,” the first single from her new album ‘Harmonium,’ is currently airing on MTV. The album, her sophmore effort, will be in stores October 19th. [August 2004]
5 On October 16, 2013 she suffered an ectopic pregnancy, in which she later suffered a ruptured tube and internal bleeding. After surgery, her entire right fallopian tube was removed.
6 Good friend of Avril Lavigne.
7 Her mother is of Russian Jewish descent and her father has Scandinavian ancestry.
8 At age two, Carlton and family went to DisneyWorld. Upon returning home, she picked out “It’s A Small World” on the piano.
9 Former boyfriend Stephan Jenkins was the lead singer of the band Third Eye Blind from August 2002 until 2007.
10 Is often mistaken for Michelle Branch and vice versa. Fans of one typically admire the other as well.
11 Enjoys running and Yoga.
12 Was nominated for Song of the Year and Record of the Year awards at the 45th annual Grammy Awards, held February 23, 2003. Both awards ultimately went to fellow newcomer Norah Jones.
13 The third hit single and video from ‘Be not Nobody’ is “Pretty Baby.”
14 Received 3 Grammy nominations (2003)
15 Her album “Be Not Nobody” went platinum.
16 Attending Columbia University [2005]
17 Her parents are Ed (a pilot) and Heidi (a pianist and teacher) Carlton, she has a younger sister, Gwen and a younger brother, Edmond.
18 Miss Carlton’s debut album, ‘Be not Nobody’, was released on April 30, 2002. The first two videos from the album, “A Thousand Miles” and “Ordinary Day” have been big hits on MTV.
19 Was accepted into the School of American Ballet at age 14. Her two main loves in life are music and ballet.
20 Writes her own songs, and plays both the piano and guitar.

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