Colbie Caillat Sets September 30 Street Date
August 18, 2014

Colbie Caillat has set September 30 as the release date for her fourth full length album, Gypsy Heart, on Republic Records. A digital pre-order for the record will become live on September 2. For the album, the singer worked with producer Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, songwriter David Hodges, and longtime friend Jason Reeves. It features the hit single "Try," which already has surpassed the 20-million mark on YouTube/VEVO. The song is already spinning at the Hot AC format and it officially hits Top 40 in early September.
 
Leading up to the release of Gypsy Heart, Caillat will embark on an intimate headline tour starting August 27 in Denver.

Her confirmed dates are as follows:

8/27     Denver, CO  
8/28     Kansas City, MO
8/29     Glen Ellyn, IL        
8/30     Northfield, OH    
9/1       Portsmouth, NH    
9/2       Ridgefield, CT   
9/3       Huntington, NY   
9/5       Atlantic City, NJ       
9/6       Niagara Falls, NY   
9/7       Vienna, VA     
9/9       Ashland, KY    
9/11     Robinsonville, MS      
9/12     Birmingham, AL      
9/16     Aspen, CO     
9/18     Draper, UT    
9/19     Reno, NV               
9/20     Santa Rosa, CA   
9/21     Modesto, CA       
9/23     Arcata, CA          
9/26     Thousand Oaks, CA  
9/27     Las Vegas, NV       
9/28     San Diego, CA   




 
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