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Tapestry: Live in Hyde Park is available now on CD/DVD and Blu-Ray! The critically acclaimed concert celebrates the 45th anniversary of Carole's masterpiece with a spectacular concert for more than 65,000 fans on July 3, 2016, including the first-ever performance of the entire album sequence.

Carole King's unforgettable and critically acclaimed concert Carole King Tapestry: Live in Hyde Park concert in 2016 was recorded and is airing now on PBS stations throughout the U.S!

The Tony Award winning musical Beautiful: The Carole King Musical will make its widely anticipated Australian premiere in September at Syndey's Lyric Theater.  

Landmark Concert Gets the Big Screen Treatment for a ‘Beautiful’ One-Night Event This Summer, Including a Special Interview with Carole King

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Carole King Climate March

On Saturday, April 29, 2017, Carole King joined thousands of concerned people across the world for the People's Climate March in support of climate, jobs and justice.  

Efforts to forge a path foward include everyone and works towards equitable access to clean energy, healthy communities and a vibrant economy that empowers all. 

   

 

Carole King recently joined BBC's Michael Ball in conversation as "Beautiful - The Carole King Musical" celebrates it's 2nd Anniversary at London's West End Theatre.

Listen to the interview here.

In March 2017, Carole King performed at a private event at Buckingham Palace for The Outward Bound Trust.

Abby Mueller, who recently completed a run as star of the touring company of Beautiful—The Carole King Musical, will graduate to the title role of Carole King in the Broadway company starting March 7th, along with Evan Todd who joins the cast as Gerry Goffin. She is the sister of the show’s original star, Tony Award winner Jessie Mueller, who is currently starring in Waitress

Why I'm Just Now Re-Releasing A Song I First Wrote In 1982
One small voice can change the world. But we'd better be strong.

Singer-songwriter Carole King and half the town of Stanley, Idaho came out in a snowstorm to march in peace and solidarity with men, women and children on seven continents around the world on January 21, 2017.  

While millions of urban Women’s March demonstrators showed there’s strength in numbers on Saturday, small-town America proved there’s also strength in taking a stand no matter how many people are by your side.