Broken Horses: A Memoir Free Audiobook Download by Brandi Carlile

Brandi Carlile was seventeen when she bought her first guitar. She began writing songs at a young age but it wasn't until she moved to a small town in Virginia that she found her true calling. As a country singer, Brandi has made waves with award-winning records and has toured the world numerous times.

Brandi Carlile's Broken Horses is the story of a woman's struggle to find her place in the world and her identity. Since she was six years old, she has been told that she is 'less than' because of her mixed heritage, but with time and maturity, Brandi Carlile learns to embrace and celebrate the parts of herself that make up who she is.

In this memoir, Brandi Carlile tells the story of her childhood and how she overcame a difficult family life with plenty of support from her music.

A young woman falls in love with a horse named Pie as she is getting over her mother's death. From the horse, she learns how to open up and trust people again through riding him. This story is encouraging and emotional

Brandi Carlile’s memoir “Broken Horses: A Memoir” is another reminder of how difficult it can be to overcome odds. As a young woman, Carlile's grandfather dies unexpectedly and her dad struggles as a single parent and musician. But, through struggles and tribulations, Carlile eventually found success in the music industry with her band, The Dixie Chicks.

Brandalynn "Brandi" Carlile, the musician and daughter of two singers, was born on June 18th 1982 in a small town called Placerville, California. She then moved to Seattle with her family when she was young. Her parents were both musicians, so they made sure that their daughter learned how to play many instruments early on. But her passion for music came later than most people expected. At age 14 she had already graduated high school and was working at a school as an English teacher. This is when she discovered music and started writing songs without even meaning to be a musician yet.

Published Date 2021-04-20
Duration 10 hours 3 minutes
Author Brandi Carlile
Narrated Brandi Carlile
(113 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Non-Fiction
Parent Category Art & Music, Women, Memoir

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