Audiences might know Miranda Cosgrove from her numerous movie and television roles, most notably her starring role on the Nickelodeon show, i Carly. Her role on the show has paved the way for a burgeoning music career. With several singles, two EPs, one full-length album out, and plenty of hit tour dates, Cosgrove is quickly becoming a teen music sensation. With the success of her recently released EP, High Maintenance, Miranda Cosgrove has months worth of 2011 tour dates this summer; dates that shouldn't be missed by her millions of loyal fans.
Miranda Cosgrove began her career in the public eye acting in commercials, receiving her first big break when she was featured in the Jack Black comedy, School of Rock. It was the first opportunity she had to display her vocal talents on screen and was soon followed by a regular, starring role on the Nickelodeon show Drake & Josh. By the time the show was canceled, Nickelodeon had already given her own show, iCarly. Cosgrove sang the show's theme song, "Leave It All to Me", which was featured alongside four other of her songs on the show's soundtrack album in 2008. This led to a number of high profile tour dates and soundtrack contributions for Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
This was soon followed by the release of Miranda Cosgrove's debut EP, About You Now in 2009. A year later, she released her first full-length album, Sparks Fly, to critical and commercial acclaim, with the album reaching #8 on the Billboard 200. Miranda Cosgrove's latest release is the EP, High Maintenance which features a more mature pop sound , as well as a contribution by River Cuomo. While she recently finished a concert schedule in promotion of Sparks Fly, Miranda Cosgrove has more summer tour dates in 2011. The concert schedule will kick off on July 15 in Columbus, OH and feature a few tour dates at state fairs and Six Flags theme parks. Miranda Cosgrove's vigorous 2011 tour dates will end on September 4, so make sure to buy your tickets on Eventful soon!
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