The pop singer/songwriter revealed to the press that after finishing her current tour she will start the work on new projects.
Still busy preparing her upcoming tour, Pop singer Vanessa Carlton has already revealed her plan for new music projects. The singer said that she will take two weeks time off after her upcoming tour with Joshua Radin, and go to Costa Rica to refresh her mind and figure out some new stuffs that she will do next. "I'm going to Costa Rica for two weeks," she confirmed.
The singer who has been spending most of her time touring after the release of her third studio set "Heroes and Thieves" in 2007, said that she will only be touring for one month with Joshua and will rest to look for new musical ideas. Confirming her plan she said, "It will be my official kind of me starting to regenerate and write again, put my nose to the grindstone and plot out my next project, be it a film score or new album."
Vanessa's upcoming tour itself will start on July 15, in Tucson Arizona and end on August 10 in Milwaukee. Beside touring with Joshua, the "A Thousand Miles" hit maker reportedly will also perform at the famous PBS' music series "Soundstage" to be aired on the channel later this month, where she will be teaming up with legendary singer Stevie Nicks to sing their duet track "The One".
Moreover, both Vanessa and Stevie could also be working on another music projects after recording "The One". That news was hinted by Stevie who told the press, "I do hope to continue working with her in some capacity, even if it's just co-writing or exchanging ideas. We get the greatest joy out of plotting new art projects. Who knows what will be ignited?"