Singer Charlotte Sometimes has been busy touring the country, bringing her indie sound to the masses.
"It's been fun," said Sometimes, whose latest EP is titled "Circus Head."
The singer was introduced to the general public as a contestant on NBC's "The Voice" in spring of 2012 where she made it to the top 24 finalist's roster under the mentorship of coach Blake Shelton on the show.
Performing for fans across the U.S., Sometimes said, has been a great experience. "Just being in front of an audience is always a good time," she said. The singer is currently on what's called "The Brilliant, Broke and Beautiful Tour" after the song of the same name.
Fans will have the opportunity to see Sometimes in concert tonight at Red Line Tap in Chicago, Saturday at Emerson Theatre in Indianapolis and Monday at Embers in Rensselaer, Ind.
Sometimes, who's toured as a supporting act for the likes of Pat Monahan, Gavin Degaw, Butch Walker and others, performed on the Vans Warped Tour this past summer.
The New Jersey native said she learned a lot from being on "The Voice" and said working with Shelton was an honor.
"'The Voice' was such a fun experience," she said, adding she was told as a contestant to "just be yourself and the rest will unfold." With the new season of "The Voice" having just started, Sometimes said she's not able to watch the show regularly since she doesn't have a television. But, she'll try to catch it on a friend's computer when she can.
To learn more about Sometimes and more tour specifics, visit CharlotteSometimesMusic.com