Sarah Faith is a Nashville-based artist/songwriter newly transplanted from southeastern Michigan, about 45 minutes north of Detroit. She draws inspiration from a diverse musical background to make a sound of her own – classic rock, americana, and country music have all played a role in shaping Sarah as an artist and writer. Her warm, soulful vocal tone delivers songs written about close-to-the-heart true stories and she carries an energy that can only be described as contagious.
Featured in Lula 1892 blog twice for songs, “Jump” and “Gun Shy”
» Featured in Female Music Nation’s Acoustic April 2019 for “Sound
of Moving On”
» Re-located to Nashville from Michigan August 2019
» Performed as part of the Summer NAMM 2019 with Gibson Guitars on the Tootsie’s Welcome Stage
» Landed a performance spot on the Southeastern International Film Festival in November 2019 held in downtown Nashville at The Valentine
» Supported David Lee Murphy, The James Barker Band, and The Frontmen as part of Alan Turner and the Steel Horse Band
» Direct support for The Gasoline Gypsies and Corey Dakota as a solo artist
» Performed at The Fillmore Detroit, Coyote Joe’s – Michigan, Hollywood Casino – Toledo, Blue Chip Casino – Indiana
» Since being in Nashville, has performed popular writer’s rounds such as Revival (Tin Roof), Nashville Tour Stop (Belcourt Taps), and Women Crush It Wednesday (Live Oak), to name a few.
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