Ingrid is, and has been, a favorite of whoever out there is picking the songs on long-running med-drama, Grey’s Anatomy. Her music has appeared throughout the show’s nine seasons over a dozen times! Well, it seems they’ve made a good choice there (we knew they did), as just recently ABC ran an online poll ranking fans’ top music moments in season nine, and Ingrid’s non-album cut, “Into You,” took home first place. ‘Atta girl. Oh yeah, and Metric at #5 didn’t do too shabby either.
Ingrid Michaelson will release her eagerly-awaited fourth album Human Again January 24th on Cabin 24 Records/Mom+Pop Music. Trust us when we say it’s beautiful.
But you don’t actually have to trust us, or even wait until next year to get your first taste of the David Kahne-produced release. Indeed, you can download the debut single, “Ghost,” on iTunes now as well as stream the track at EW.com or check out the official “Ghost” lyric video courtesy of our friends at VEVO.
And as if that wasn’t enough to get excited about, later this month Ingrid will fulfill a lifelong dream when she performs on the 85th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade airing live on NBC! Gobble!
Grab a box of chocolates and celebrate the holiday with the first annual Valentingrid 2011: A Live Valentine’s Day Performance and Chat. Watch Ingrid perform from the Livestream studios in NYC and chat with her between songs. The performance will begin at 3pm ET on Monday, February 14th. Catch it live at www.livestream.com/ingridmichaelson and sign in to Facebook and Twitter to interact during the show!
Stay tuned after the show for the premiere of Ingrid Michaelson’s brand new “Parachute” video.
Learn how to bake an amazing flourless chocolate soufflé cake with Ingrid Michaelson.
I’m a chocoholic. A few years ago, I had a flourless chocolate soufflé cake at a restaurant and thought, This is the best thing I’ve ever eaten in my entire life.
I went home and found a similar recipe online. It looked easy, but when I made it for a party it came out of the oven a brown, sunken-in, not-very-appetizing thing. Everyone else brought along beautiful frosted cakes and fancy desserts—and there sat my lump of brown nothingness. But once people tried it, it was gone in seconds.
Since then, I’ve made one every single year. And each time someone says, “Okay, what’s this?” and then, “Oh my God! What is this?”