Colbie Caillat has been the quintessential California girl, ever since her mom gave birth to her in their Malibu home overlooking the ocean. Her idea of a good time is hanging out with her friends at a beach bonfire or hopping in the car, tunes at the ready, and driving up the Pacific Coast Highway.
On Coco, her Universal Republic debut, the songs mirror Caillat’s low-key, refreshing style. Armed with her acoustic guitar and her dusky vocals, she evokes the same gentle, yet spirited style of her musical influences John Mayer, Bob Marley, Lauryn Hill and The Weepies.
As befits the organic style of her music, Caillat’s fan base has grown by word of mouth, one person at a time. Last year, she began posting her songs on her myspace.com; tunes like 'Bubbly,' a delightful confection about romance, and 'Tailor Made,' Caillat’s joyful message to her sister over seeing her sibling find the perfect mate.
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