News

November 2006

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA  - Carole King triumphantly ended the Australian leg of her 2006 tour on November 30th with another standing ovation at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. The concert had the six-thousand-strong audience in full voice and was a wonderful end to what has been an incredibly successful tour to date.

Sales of The Living Room Tour CD have been strong throughout the tour. In fact, the album has entered the ARIA (Australian Record Industry Association) chart at #64 and is expected to rise higher next week.

MELBOURNE, VIC - As her first concert tour in Australia began, Carole King's, 'The Living Room Tour' was met with rave reviews. The concert kicked off November 17, 2006 in Melbourne and ended December 4th in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Outstanding reviews were published in the following Australian press:

BOISE, IDAHO - In late October 2006, Carole King visited with a group of students at the Christine Donnell School of the Arts to talk about music and songwriting and the importance of Arts in the schools. This wonderful event was captured by the cameras of Today's 6 in Boise. The story aired Sunday, November 26th at 8 am on "Newsmakers," which airs on Channel 6 in Boise. A sneak preview of the show aired on Thanksgiving night during the 10 pm newscast.

For more information on Newsmakers, visit http://www.todays6.com/

MELBOURNE, VIC – On the eve of her first ever concert in Australia, Carole King has already made her presence known in the country.

First up on the morning of November 14, 2006 was a performance on Sunrise.

LOS ANGELES, CA - Carole King launched 'The Living Room Tour' in Australia, with two national television appearances on Wednesday, November 15, 2006.

In the morning, Carole King brought her Living Room to the studios of "Sunrise", where she performed two songs with her band during the course of the show. Sunrise airs on Channel 7 in Australia from 6am to 9am.

Carole also appeared on the 7:30 Report on ABC television. She was interviewed by one of Australia's most respected journalists, Kerry O'Brien.