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Ingrid Michaelson on Working with Sara Bareilles, Twitter

Ingrid Michaelson on Working with Sara Bareilles, Twitter Indie pop singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson claims two albums helped teach her that she could write music about whatever she wanted: Regina Spektor’s "Soviet Kitsch" and Death Cab for Cutie’s "Transatlanticism." Ever since, she has become more confident in her songwriting, and that poise has earned her a huge number of fans. In this video, WatchMojo.com chats with Michaelson about her evolution as a musician, the first album she was proud of, and her collaboration with fellow singer-songwriter, Sara Bareilles. Michaelson also talks about her relationship with her fans, and how goofy she gets on Twitter. For more information, click Here.

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