Everybody debuted on #18 on the Billboard charts and received positive reviews.
It features the single "Maybe", which received positive reviews and was featured on several television programs.
The album debuted at #35 on the Billboard Charts and received mixed to positive reviews.
The album features the single, "Be OK", which received a large amount of exposure on several shows and commercials.
Ingrid Ellen Michaelson is an American singer-songwriter and actress.
Her first album, Slow the Rain, was released in 2005, and she has since released eight more albums: Girls and Boys, Be OK, Everybody, Human Again, Lights Out, It Doesn't Have to Make Sense, Songs for the Season, and her most recent, Stranger Songs. Michaelson took up piano at age four, and trained until seven at Manhattan's Third Street Music School, continuing for many more years at the Jewish Community Center of Staten Island's Dorothy Delson Kuhn Music Institute.
Matt Kemp has dated both Rihanna and Khloe Kardashian, so I guess he’s one of those guys who considers himself a “brand.” I can’t stand when people refer to themselves that way, and I don’t think he’s done that, but a quick glance at his Instagram gives you the vibe that he’s constantly marketing himself. Anyhow, let’s focus on the lovely Nchimunya…According to her website, Nchimunya was born in Zambia and raised in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, and Denmark. She moved to England to study music at Chichester College in West Sussex, and then she moved to Paris, and then once more moved to San Francisco in 1999.
Wanting to retain all of the rights she had as an independent artist, Michaelson developed a deal with Original Signal Recordings, acting as the marketing and distribution arm for Michaelson's label.
Through Original Signal, Michaelson re-released Girls and Boys into mainstream marketing on September 18, 2007.
Michaelson joined the Hotel Cafe Tour that fall in support of the album, whose proceeds went toward cancer research.
In 2009, Michaelson released her fourth album, Everybody.