2013 Rachael Ray Divorce

Although singer/songwriter Rachael Yamagata made fans wait four years for her follow-up to 2004’s Happenstance, when she did release an album she certainly did deliver. On October 7 Yamagata released not one but two albums under the umbrella title A Record in Two Parts: Elephants…Teeth Sinking Into Heart. The songstress told Pollstar she didn’t intend on making a two part album, she simply “followed the songs’ lyrical lead and built them up with textures and sounds that served the story.”

 

Yamagata went to on describe the process of making Elephants and Teeth to Billboard, saying “We used the sounds of rain, tree branches falling on the roof—whatever kept the mood true to this haunted studio in the first stormy days of spring.” The albums are meant to be listened in tandem because together they tell a story of a relationship’s journey (and subsequent fallout). Yamagata calls Elephants a more intimate record about “being willing to take a risk even if it’s not going to end up well.” Which it turns out it doesn’t, as Teeth is “like rediscovering your backbone after you’ve gone through the loss.”

 

The singer/songwriter kicked off a tour in support of her most recent work in September and weaved her way through the States with Rachael Yamagata ticketsoff the shelves. Yamagata’s tour concluded with two shows in New York: October 30 at Bowery Ballroom in New York City and November 1 at Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn.

More shows are planned for the rest of this fall, including stops in Boston, Cincinnati, Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Louis.

 

Rachael Yamagata’s childhood was divided by her parents’ divorce; she was shuttled between her third-generation Japanese father’s Washington, D.C. residence and her German-Italian mother’s New York City apartment. One thing that did remain constant in Yamagata’s formative years, however, was her taste in music, which included classic artists like James Taylor, Carole King and Roberta Flack. Yamagata studied French at Northwestern University for one year before switching majors, to Italian, and moving back to New York to attend Vassar. After a short stint at Barnard College, Yamagata returned to Northwestern where she joined the theater program and became friends with the members of the funk band Bumpus. Yamagata soon joined the lineup on vocals and spent six years touring with Bumpus in which she recorded three albums with the band.

 

In 2001 Yamagata launched a solo career, signing with Arista’s Private Music label one year later and releasing an eponymous EP that October. After stepping into the studio with producer John Alagía (known for his work on John Mayer’s Room for Squares and Dave Matthews Band’s Busted Stuff), Yamagata’s debut full-length album, Happenstance, was released in 2004. The pop-tinged Happenstance was featured on teen television shows like Alias and The O.C. and earned Yamagata a spot performing alongside artists like Conner Oberst, Rhett Miller, Ryan Adams, Ray LaMontagne and Jason Mraz. Once fans got a taste of Rachael Yamagata they couldn’t wait for a sophomore album and after four years it is finally here, and in the form of two albums! Once you pick them up you’ll be clamoring to see her live so check out http://www.stubhub.com for Rachael Yamagata tickets.

 

This article is sponsored by StubHub and was written by Kirby Brooks. StubHub.com is a leader in the business of selling Rachael Yamagata tickets, sports tickets, concert tickets, theater tickets and special events tickets.

People like Rachael Ray seem like the perfect catches.. but how come they fall through and get married for the first time in their late 30s? Although she is a celebrity and was probably really busy, I have seen other good looking and kind ladies who have not gotten married until a later age for the first time.. why is this?

Answer by tRicKy @ cOm
They’re the smarties that dated & waited till Mr or Mrs Right came along.

Although singer/songwriter Rachael Yamagata made fans wait four years for her follow-up to 2004’s Happenstance, when she did release an album she certainly did deliver. On October 7 Yamagata released not one but two albums under the umbrella title A Record in Two Parts: Elephants…Teeth Sinking Into Heart. The songstress told Pollstar she didn’t intend on making a two part album, she simply “followed the songs’ lyrical lead and built them up with textures and sounds that served the story.”

 

Yamagata went to on describe the process of making Elephants and Teeth to Billboard, saying “We used the sounds of rain, tree branches falling on the roof—whatever kept the mood true to this haunted studio in the first stormy days of spring.” The albums are meant to be listened in tandem because together they tell a story of a relationship’s journey (and subsequent fallout). Yamagata calls Elephants a more intimate record about “being willing to take a risk even if it’s not going to end up well.” Which it turns out it doesn’t, as Teeth is “like rediscovering your backbone after you’ve gone through the loss.”

 

The singer/songwriter kicked off a tour in support of her most recent work in September and weaved her way through the States with Rachael Yamagata ticketsoff the shelves. Yamagata’s tour concluded with two shows in New York: October 30 at Bowery Ballroom in New York City and November 1 at Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn.

More shows are planned for the rest of this fall, including stops in Boston, Cincinnati, Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Louis.

 

Rachael Yamagata’s childhood was divided by her parents’ divorce; she was shuttled between her third-generation Japanese father’s Washington, D.C. residence and her German-Italian mother’s New York City apartment. One thing that did remain constant in Yamagata’s formative years, however, was her taste in music, which included classic artists like James Taylor, Carole King and Roberta Flack. Yamagata studied French at Northwestern University for one year before switching majors, to Italian, and moving back to New York to attend Vassar. After a short stint at Barnard College, Yamagata returned to Northwestern where she joined the theater program and became friends with the members of the funk band Bumpus. Yamagata soon joined the lineup on vocals and spent six years touring with Bumpus in which she recorded three albums with the band.

 

In 2001 Yamagata launched a solo career, signing with Arista’s Private Music label one year later and releasing an eponymous EP that October. After stepping into the studio with producer John Alagía (known for his work on John Mayer’s Room for Squares and Dave Matthews Band’s Busted Stuff), Yamagata’s debut full-length album, Happenstance, was released in 2004. The pop-tinged Happenstance was featured on teen television shows like Alias and The O.C. and earned Yamagata a spot performing alongside artists like Conner Oberst, Rhett Miller, Ryan Adams, Ray LaMontagne and Jason Mraz. Once fans got a taste of Rachael Yamagata they couldn’t wait for a sophomore album and after four years it is finally here, and in the form of two albums! Once you pick them up you’ll be clamoring to see her live so check out http://www.stubhub.com for Rachael Yamagata tickets.

 

This article is sponsored by StubHub and was written by Kirby Brooks. StubHub.com is a leader in the business of selling Rachael Yamagata tickets, sports tickets, concert tickets, theater tickets and special events tickets.

Everyone knows who she is by now. If you do not, then you are living under a rock. Best known for her 30-Minute Meals show on The Food Network, Rachael Ray has become one of the world’s best known cooks. She has a plethora of shows on the Food Network as well as a daytime talk show on CBS. She has appeared on Oprah many times, and it was Oprah who promoted the idea of her having a talk show. Rachael Ray has really come a long way since her days as host of 30-Minute Meals and $ 40 a day. She now has her own line of cookware, cookbooks, bake ware, DVDs, t-shirts, wines and a whole host of other things including dog food recipes!

Rachael Ray began on the Food Network with her world famous show, 30-Minute Meals. On that show she shows how to make delicious tasting meals in only 30 minutes. The recipes she has on the show were perfect for people with families who work all day and only have a short time to cook a complete meal. Many times her recipes were a modern day take on traditional Italian food. It is on that show where Rachael showcased her line of cookware and bake ware.

The cookware that Rachael ray has in her line are very appealing to the eye. They are very colorful and are able to brighten up any dull kitchen. Her cookware are durable and strong and can go from the stovetop to the oven in one easy motion. Her pot sets are some of the best rated cookware out there. The reviews are great with people saying they have not stopped using them since they first bought them. They are great for beginners as well as seasoned cooks and chefs.

Rachael Ray has hard-anodized, porcelain enamel, cast iron, stainless steel, and stoneware cookware. Her variety is what sets her apart from a lot of cooks with their own cookware.

One of the most distinguished characteristics of her cookware is the bright colored handles they have. They are silicone grips and they are available in different colors.

One of the famous kitchen gadgets Rachael Ray has is the Garbage Bowl [out] that she uses on the show. It was finally available for sale and it was sold out for the Christmas season in 2008. Rachael Ray has managed to create something that many people find to be such a great tool to have in the kitchen when making their meals. It takes the place of frequent trips to the trashcan because it can be placed on the countertop for all the waste, scraps and wrappers.

Overall, Rachael Ray’s cookware is top of the line. It is different from everything else out there. Her cookware offers a funky spin on traditional cooking tools. She has cookware, bake ware, utensils and, of course, the garbage bowl. If you want to have a colorful kitchen with great products that can be used both on the stovetop as well as in the over, then Rachael Ray’s cookware is perfect.

Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) November 20, 2013

Feeling overwhelmed by shopping decisions at this time of year? Heres a line up of products to help shoppers cross off a few items on their lists! Each item is Parent Tested and Parent Approved so buyers can be sure they are getting something that will bring lasting smiles to their loved ones.

PTPA Media has North Americas largest testing community a credible third party resource for consumers with over 60,000 volunteer testers.Seeing the PTPA Winner’s Seal on a product package or website helps consumers identify products that have been tested and recommended by other consumers. It’s like shopping with ones best friend, says PTPA Founder and CEO, Sharon Vinderine.

Since 2008, PTPA has evaluated thousands of products and services from leading manufacturers and emerging brands. Because independent parents evaluate these products in their own homes, PTPA winners are chosen based on merit and consumer experience not on commercial considerations.

PTPA Media has become a recognized source by the media for credible and reliable recommendations for their audiences. Recognized TV personality, PTPA Founder and CEO Sharon Vinderine has presented PTPA Award winners on over 75 morning shows including the Rachael Ray Show, Fox and Friends, Canada AM and Global.

Here are just a few of the innovative new products to receive the PTPA Winners Seal of Approval for their most recent 2013 campaign:

Kobo Glo and Mini: Kobo has added new eReaders to their line-up! The Mini is perfect for people on-the-go and the Glo is amazing for nighttime reading!

Canon EOS Rebel T4i: This gorgeous DSLR camera will make anyone feel like a pro. With 18 MP and HD filming capability, photographers create consistently impressive shots.

2013 Infiniti JX: Drive in luxurious comfort with this crossover! It has roomy, 3-row seating, technology to drool over and the handling and performance dreams are made of!

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