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Erin McCarley

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Associated acts  Ten Out of Tenn
Genres  Adult album alternative
Education  Baylor University
Role  Singer-songwriter
Name  Erin McCarley

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Born  January 8, 1979 (age 36) Garland, Texas, United States (1979-01-08)
Occupation(s)  musician, singer-songwriter
Instruments  Vocals, Guitar, Omnichord
Albums  My Stadium Electric, Love, Save the Empty
Record labels  Universal Republic Records, Republic Records, Universal Motown Records, Universal Motown Republic Group
Similar People  Deorro, Andrew Belle, KS Rhoads, Katie Herzig, Ingrid Michaelson

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Erin Elizabeth McCarley (born January 8, 1979 in Garland, Texas) is an alternative music singer-songwriter. McCarley attended college at Baylor University, and is now based in Nashville, Tennessee. She has been compared to Sara Bareilles, Regina Spektor, and Sheryl Crow. Erin released her follow-up to 2009's Love, Save the Empty on August 28, 2012, titled My Stadium Electric.


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Near the top of the list of McCarley’s favorite artists are names like Fiona Apple, Patty Griffin and Greg Laswell (the latter of whom co-wrote “Bobblehead”).

Beginning of Musical Career

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McCarley currently calls Nashville home, but she began her musical career in San Diego, where she’d moved after college to pursue a life that did not feature music at its center. It was during this bout that McCarley met producer/writer/keyboardist Jamie Kenney and the two began recording the songs that would make up the release, Love, Save the Empty.

Love, Save the Empty

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In 2008, McCarley traveled the annual SXSW Music Festival where she was discovered by her label Universal Republic Records. Love, Save the Empty, was released digitally on December 30, 2008 via iTunes debuting #86 on the Billboard Top 200 Album. Chart A physical album followed on January 6, 2009. The first single from the album, "Pony (It's OK)" was the iTunes Single of the Week for the first week of 2009.

During 2008, she was part of the "Hotel Café Tour" playing across the United States, and also performed at the 2008 SxSW festival. She was also part of the "Ten Out of Tenn" tour in Winter 2008/2009. Erin spent 2009 on the road with various musicians including Brett Dennen, James Morrison, Paolo Nutini and Mat Kearney. In May 2013, she performed the song "Re-arrange Again" with K.S. Rhoads at the Oslo Freedom Forum in Oslo, Norway.

My Stadium Electric

On August 28, 2012, McCarley's second album, My Stadium Electric, was released exclusively to iTunes. "Amber Waves" was promoted as the iTunes Single of the Week.


  • Love, Save the Empty - January 6, 2009 (iTunes, December 30, 2008)
  • My Stadium Electric - September 4, 2012 (iTunes, August 28, 2012)
  • Singles

  • "Pony (It's OK)" - 2008
  • "Love, Save the Empty" - 2009
  • "Pitter-Pat" - 2009
  • "In My Veins Feat. Andrew Belle" (Andrew´s Album The Ladder)- February 2010
  • "Every Subway Car Feat Barenaked Ladies" (Barenaked´s Album All in Good Time) - March 2010
  • "Amber Waves" - 2012
  • "Out Of The Fog" - 2015
  • "G O O D" - 2016
  • "DieDieDie" - 2017
  • Guest appearances

  • Trent Dabbs - Off We Go (Transition, Ready. Set. Records! | August 6, 2010)
  • Joshua Radin – They Bring Me To You (Simple Times, Mom & Pop Music Co. | September 9, 2008)
  • Music videos

  • "Love, Save the Empty"Watch the Video Here
  • Compilations

  • Ten Out of Tenn Vol. 2 (2008) – “Pony (It’s Ok)”
  • Ten Out of Tenn Christmas (2008) - "Little Drummer Boy"
  • He's Just Not That Into You (2009) – “Love, Save the Empty”
  • Post Grad (2009) - “Pony (It’s Ok)”
  • Television performances

  • Late Show with David Letterman - January 6, 2009
  • The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - February 12, 2009
  • The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson - May 29, 2009, April 20, 2010
  • References

    Erin McCarley Wikipedia

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