News

March 2008

LOS ANGELES, CA - It's official. Carole King has sold out, and she did it on national late-night television.

Promoting her most recent album, "The Commercial Collection," Carole was invited to perform on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show, which airs every weeknight on ABC television. Jimmy was even gracious enough to play her infomercial during his program.

LOS ANGELES, CA - Tavis Smiley invited Carole to sit down and talk about music, songwriting, the environment and her recent DVD release of "Welcome to My Living Room." This very special interview, along with a performance, aired on PBS starting Friday, March 28, 2008. 

To see photos from the show, please visit our Gallery page.

SANTA YNEZ, CA - Carole King brought her Living Room to the intimate Samala Showroom at the Chumash Casino on Thursday, March 27. This "one-off" concert was the first time she had performed in California in nearly three years. The Chumash Casino is located approximately two hours north of Los Angeles, in the heart of Santa Ynez Valley wine country.

NEW YORK, NY - Carole King was a featured interview and performer March 18, 2008, on "The Colbert Report," which airs on Comedy Central.

The Emmy-award nominated show is hosted by Stephen Colbert. Touted by the New York Times as "one of the best television shows of the year" and praised as "a must-watch show" by Entertainment Weekly, "The Colbert Report" has garnered ratings and critical success as one of the top shows on television.

WASHINGTON, DC - Singer, songwriter and environmental activist Carole King returned to Capitol Hill this week (March 8, 2008) to continue her lobbying on behalf of the Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act (NREPA, HR 1975 now know as HR 3334). During her time in Washington, she met with members of Congress on both sides of the aisle as well as their staff to encourage them to add their support to the ever-growing list of co-sponsors on this bi-partisan bill.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - Carole King was recently featured on a segment on Sierra Club Radio. The main topic of discussion was the Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act (NREPA, HR 1275), which Carole has been strongly supporting for over a decade.