CAROLE King is famously known as an American singer-songwriter who has been in the industry since 1958.
The 79-year-old musician continues to have a successful career but fans are wondering how tall she really is.
Who is Carole King?
Born February 9, 1942, King is known as an American singer-songwriter.
Over the years, she has written hundreds of songs including You’ve Got a Friend, The Loco-motion, Up on the Roof and It’s Too Late.
Her real name is Carol Joan Klein, but she changed her name to Carol King after forming the band Co-Sines as a young adult.
Her first professional single was entitled The Right Girl, and was released by ABC-Paramount in 1958.
Throughout the 1960s, King rose to prominence and began writing songs for artists such as Aretha Franklin, The Drifters, and Dusty Springfield.
King went on to work with legends such as James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, and Mary J. Blige.
Her version of the song, Where You Lead (I Will Follow), is featured as the theme song in hit television series, Gilmore Girls.
She has also been actively involved with environmental issues since the 1970s, working with groups like the Alliance for the Wild Rockies and testifying on Capitol Hill.
An active Democrat, King has campaigned for politicians including John Kerry and Joe Biden.
How tall is Carole King?
King reportedly stands tall at 5 feet 4 inches.
The all-star musician has an estimated net worth of around $70million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Born in New York City, King has written or co-written over 400 songs throughout her career.
In over four decades, King has managed to earn four Grammy Awards and an induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
King has been married four times, to Gerry Goffin, Charles Larkey, Rick Evers, and Rick Sorenson.
What did Taylor Swift say about Carole?
Country turned pop sensation Taylor Swift, 31, inducted King into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in October 2021.
During her introduction, Swift talked about the music legend and revealed that her parents were big fans.
“I cannot remember a time when I didn’t know Carole King’s music,” Swift said.
“I was raised by two of her biggest fans, who taught me the basic truths of life as they saw it: That you should treat people the way you want to be treated, that you must believe that you can achieve whatever you want to in life, and that Carole King is the greatest songwriter of all time.”
She then went on to reveal that she might not have been here if it wasn’t for King’s music.
“There have been times when any fan’s dedication to the artist they love can complicate things in their personal life,” she continued.
“My dad once told me a story from when he was in college and a girl he was just starting to date flirtatiously asked him if there were any songs that made him think of her.
“He instantly responded with his absolute favorite song, which was ‘It’s Too Late’ by Carole King—not taking into consideration that the lyrics include lines like ‘Something inside has died and I just can’t hide and I just can’t fake it.’ Shockingly the relationship didn’t work out. But if it had, I wouldn’t be here tonight.”
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