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California-born singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat has always been open and honest with her music.Drawing from her own personal experiences as well as the situations of those around her, she has inked songs like “Bubbly,” the first single off her double-platinum 2007 debut Coco, and the heart-wrenching “I Never Told You,” from her follow-up Breakthrough two years later.While touring to promote 2009's chart-topping "Breakthrough," Caillat began a relationship with her guitarist and musical director Justin Young, which she tells was "a surprise to both of us.He was the guy who warms me up and talks with the band, so we had to work together more than we ever had.“I was like, ‘This is what I want to say,’ and the people I was writing with were like, ‘OK, so say that exactly.’ “It felt freeing.I felt relief of just whatever it was I was holding in, and it was easy because I could express exactly what was happening.But there's one rock icon in particular who really provoked her sound."I really ultimately got inspired by Paul Simon and Simon and Garfunkel.
“I remember on one of the songs we were in this huge fight or whatever.The LP was recorded in a Malibu beach house, where the singer-songwriter lived for two months with several of her collaborators.But it was on another beach — in Kauai – where Colbie, her sister, Morgan Caillat Stockmeir and married duo Jason Reeves and Danelle Leverette wrote "Cruisin'" after seeing some beach goers in their birthday suits."There were these naked babies — as they should be naked — playing in the water and having so much fun," she recalls.With her third album, All of You, which dropped July 12, the 26-year-old took an even more direct approach. Those tickets, .50-.50, go on sale Friday, Aug.She performs some of her latest tracks at two sold-out shows this weekend at House of Blues Anaheim. 5, at 10 a.m.) “In sessions I would blurt out exactly what I was feeling,” Caillat says in a recent phone interview.