Born May 31, 2001 in Atlanta Georgia; "Sara came out of the womb singing!"- in the words of her mother. Sara first began singing publicly at around age 4, initially only at various church services. By age 6, she'd taken after her father (and his father, "Pawpaw") and began learning to play the piano. This instantaneously sparked her creative passion for songwriting. Around that same time, she also began participating in musical theater- which she did with vigor until the age of 13. It was during this time that she picked up the guitar and started receiving professional vocal coaching as well. By the age of 14, she'd decided she was going to pursue a career in the entertainment industry.
By her sophomore year in high school, she had developed a set list consisting of nearly four hours worth of live music: and she released her debut EP, "All Who Wonder". Consisting of four pop & folk-inspired original tracks produced by Grammy Award winning producer Larry Mitchell, the collection of songs showcases her early ability to convey emotion (and validate that of others) through creating and combining interpretive metaphors with haunting melodies and progressions.
While in high school, Sara took multiple college electives through CEC at University of West Georgia to further her career options after graduating. Essentials of Sound Recording I & Essentials of Sound Recording II (for which she later interned during her senior year), Live Sound, Music Business, and Audio & Video Editing for Film were among these classes. CEC is the only high school in the country certified by AES (Audio Engineering Society).
Amidst it all, she continued to write about her various experiences as a developing young woman. She later went on to collectively record and release 9 of these songs as an album: "Drama, Drama". The record, produced by Ross Childress of Collective Soul, was released in collaboration with Ryan Burton Music Group in early 2019 shortly before Sara graduated from East Coweta High School.
Soon after, Sara started working full time at Guitar Center as a Pro-Audio Sales Associate. She utilized her employee discount during the time that she worked there to build her home recording studio.
It also was during this time that she brutally experienced first-hand just how much of a man's world the music industry is. However keeping her head up, this only encouraged her to push harder.
Today, Sara continues to perform solo-acoustic at various local venues across Metro ATL. She also continues to write as well as produce her own music that she plans to release in the near future.
She also owns Pulse Grind Audio- with which she dedicates her creative talents to helping grow that of others. Aside from working from her home studio, she occasionally works with both Hey Hey Studios (Griffin) and The Loft (Columbus) as a recording engineer and producer.
She is relentless; and she will stop at nothing to pursue her passion of creating music that has meaning to another.
Listen to Sara's version of A Change is Gonna Come (Sam Cooke) live in studio now!
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