Colbie Caillat iTunes Queen

(PR) Universal Republic Records' newcomer Colbie Caillat, who previously reigned as the #1 unsigned artist on myspace, has been officially anointed by the growing legion of music fans flocking to the iTunes, with the singer/songwriter's major label album debut, COCO, rocketing to the #1 spot of the coveted iTunes Album chart within hours of its July 17 release.

The acclaimed album ('She's become the Norah Jones successor' wrote USA Today) soared to the top spot of the music industry's most popular entertainment destination in near-record time. Such rapid, multi-genre ascension of iTunes' ultra-competitive chart (the site's amazing growth now places it among the top 4 music retailers in the country) has quickly established the breathy vocalist as one of 2007's breakthrough debut artists.

Now the California native finds herself as one of the year's most in-demand newcomers, opening along with the band Lifehouse for rock icons The Goo Goo Dolls on their U.S. tour

7-24 Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, NY
7-25 Mohegan Sun Uncasville, CT
7-27 Borgata Events Center Atlantic City, NJ
7-28 Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Darien Center, NY
7-29 A.J. Palumbo Center Pittsburgh, PA
7-31 Chastain Parl Amphitheatre Atlanta, GA
8-1 Pensacola Civic Center Pensacola, FL
8-3 Sound Advice Amphitheatre West Palm Beach, FL
8-4 Ford Amphitheatre Tampa, FL
8-23 Charter One Pavillion Chicago, IL
8-24 Minnesota State Fair Minneapolis, MN
8-26 Freedom Hall Detroit, MI
8-28 Tower City Amphitheatre Cleveland, OH
8-31 Smirnoff Music Centre Dallas, TX
9-1 The Backyard Austin, TX
9-2 Cynthia Wood Pavillion Houston, TX

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