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Topic - Sara Bareilles
Kendrick Lamar vs. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
Here's a question the members of the duo The Civil Wars have been contemplating a lot lately: What's the value of a star's tweet? Or two? Or three?
Grammy nominee Sara Bareilles, singer of the pop hit "Love Song," will open for President Barack Obama at a Las Vegas rally designed to rouse Democratic voters before the midterm elections.
Bareilles’ “Brave,” a song she wrote encouraging her friend to come out of the closet, is nominated for best pop solo performance at the Jan. 26, 2014 Grammy Awards.
Swift threw her support behind the duo when she told fans she was listening to "Poison & Wine": "You can't push `repeat' on vinyl so I keep setting the needle back on my record player."