Sunday, October 29, 2017

Kelly Clarkson news

Atlantic recording artist Kelly Clarkson's label debut Meaning of Life is available now at all music retailers and streaming services.

Clarkson is celebrating the release on NBC’s TODAY (Monday, October 30th), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Tuesday, October 31st), in addition to performing on The Howard Stern Show (Wednesday, November 1st).

Fans can tune into Kelly’s YouTube livestream event hosted by Neil DeGrasse Tyson, celebrating the album release on November 1st at 1PM ET on

Clarkson is also set to appear on NBC’s award-winning musical competition series, The Voice, serving as a Key Advisor on the current season’s Knockout Round, set to begin Monday, October 30th. Clarkson returns to The Voice next year in her new role as coach on the series’ 14th season, set to premiere in February 2018.

Long acclaimed as an electrifying live performer, Clarkson will mark Meaning of Life with a US tour to be unveiled soon. All fans who purchase the album directly from before October 30th, 2017 11:59pm PT will receive exclusive early access to tickets upon the tour’s official announcement. For regular updates, please see

Songs from the new album have been accompanied by stunning live performance videos filmed earlier this summer at Nashville’s historic War Memorial Auditorium as part of Clarkson’s Nashville Sessions series. The clips are streaming now at Clarkson’s official YouTube alongside the incredible Dave Meyers-directed music video for first single “Love So Soft” (WATCH).

For Meaning of Life, the multiple Grammy-winning singer/songwriter collaborated with Jason Halbert, Jesse Shatkin and Greg Kurstin as well as first time associates Mick Schultz, The Monarch, and Nick Ruth, among others. Clarkson is joined by members of Earth Wind & Fire on “Whole Lotta Woman.”

Clarkson – who recently graced the cover of Entertainment Weekly’s popular “Fall Music Preview” (READ HERE) – was feted earlier this month at Variety’s Power of Women Luncheon (LINK) in Los Angeles following her cover appearance on the venerable trade publication’s October 10th issue. The event saw Clarkson honored for her support of XQ Super School (LINK), an organization dedicated to rethinking school in America in order to create new learning opportunities for young people and open up the possibilities of the wider world.

Alongside her musical career, Clarkson has ventured into a variety of film and television projects, including a memorable turn as musical legend Brenda Lee on NBC’s 2003 series, American Dreams. As if all that weren’t enough, Clarkson made her literary debut in 2016 with the New York Times Top 10 best-selling children’s book, River Rose And The Magical Lullaby, succeeded this year by her newly released follow-upRiver Rose And The Magical Christmas, both available now via HarperCollins.

Track listing:

A Minute (Intro)
Love So Soft
Meaning of Life
Move You
Whole Lotta Woman
Didn’t I
Would You Call That Love
I Don’t Think About You
Slow Dance
Don’t You Pretend
Go High

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