Entering vocal competitions, making calls to radio stations, and attending every concert she could, the artist track was right from the start for Sarah Ames. In addition to music, academics played an important role in Sarah’s life. Her high school’s valedictorian, Sarah attended college at the University of Southern California. After two years of school, she made the move to Nashville.
After her move, Sarah explored the Nashville scene. Attending concerts on her own, she soon realized the welcoming community in Nashville and made friends with other artists. Having a country rock sound, Sarah’s music is unique to her roots having listened to Sheryl Crow, Bonnie Raitt, and Alanis Morrissette as a child. Her latest single “Fix Me a Whiskey” was inspired by the line "til the whiskey can't fix me anymore.”
Coming soon is Sarah’s next single “Neon and the Moon,” about searching for something to outshine the hurt. To promote the single and her upcoming EP, Sarah will be performing shows with Eric Paslay and small venues outside of Nashville. Follow Sarah on social at @SarahAmes and on her website at https://www.sarahames.com/.
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