Dallas native, Sarah Johnson was discovered singing her own songs at the breakfast table and hasn’t stopped since. Growing up in a musical family, she would sing in church and learned to play the guitar. In addition to music, Sarah created her own company called King’s Daughters to inspire women through books and art. Telling us “the female artist community has been so supportive. It’s not a competition we’re all on the same team.”
Finding a vibrant music community in Dallas, she decided to represent her hometown in her debut EP “Volcano” coming on September 18th. The record was written from an honest place, reflecting on her own experiences. The stories combined with a sound resembling that of Brandi Carlile and The Chicks, make for an unforgettable record.
During quarantine, Sarah hosts a livestream every Tuesday with different artists for a three-song swap. In the future, she hopes to tour and continue to pursue her dream regardless of the challenges she may face saying “a lot of times people feel like they should’ve pursued their dream when they were young, but I just don’t have that mindset at all. If “Volcano” can be inspiring to anyone, I hope it tells them, ‘If you love something, go for it.’”
Sarah debut EP “Volcano” is available for purchase on all major streaming platforms here. For more information, find Sarah on her website here.
Author: Nicole Marchesi