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Sarah first came to people's attention in the folk clubs of South Yorkshire in the mid 1990's playing a mixture of covers and her own songs. She dropped the covers, moved to Birmingham and formed a duo with Lorna Bryant which quickly became one of the Midland's premier acts. They released a CD entitled Desire which featured twelve of Sarah's songs in June 1998 to much critical acclaim. Ric Sanders of Fairport Convention heard it and liked the music so much that he turned up at one of their gigs and played fiddle with them!

In 2001 Sarah released Freedom with her band TALA. First Person Plural followed in 2005 and Let Days Speak in 2012. Her songwriting and guitar work often attract comment as you'll see below.

Sarah is available as a solo artist or with her long standing musical partner Duncan Gibbs who has played on all of her albums.

Whichever way you have her, you are sure of an evening of top class songs, fine guitar playing and fun which will leave your audience wanting more.

What they've said about her . . .

Sarah's talent is irrepressible. She sings and writes beautifully and her deft guitar work swings to buggery. Steve Tilston

Sarah is praised for her fine songs, exceptional guitar playing and moving performances BBC London Incisive, heartfelt lyrics and extraordinary guitar playing . . . Philip Lane, Mantra CDs & Recording

Exciting and provoking songs to challenge our way of being in this world - and our way of being ourselves. Eva McIntyre, Music at St Mike's

. . . powerful lyrics with guitar accompaniments . . . to die for! Jan Vaisey, Monmouth Folk Club

These songs must be heard. Stanley Accrington