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With a strong passion for writing, composing, and producing, Sarah Christine creates music you'll find yourself playing on repeat and adding to your playlists. Her voice and tone are one of a kind and are undeniably rare! Propelled by an innate desire to base her entire musical adventure and journey on the sole theme of “In It Together”, it is the humble sense of coming together to follow dreams as a community alongside extremely hard work that will help us all achieve our goals.

Sarah’s core story brings light into many stories and circumstances she’s overcome in her life that demonstrate strength, perseverance and bravery encouraging being bold and letting go which is intensified through so many of her lyrics.

We here at LoveMusicSoulBaby are honored to have interviewed the inspiring musician...

Can you tell us when was the moment you knew music needed to be your life's work?

The moment I knew music was my life's work was the first time I ever played in front of a crowd. It was all by surprise. My best friend had just found out I had been writing music and as we ventured onto a girls trip to Breckenridge Colorado, we had hiked all day and decided to "cool off" at a wine bar in town. There was a musician playing acoustic music on guitar there and he was having to play a super long set so there were several breaks between sets. During one of the breaks my friend (I had no idea) went to the manager and was like "see that girl over there, she can sing, we should call her up". Next thing you know, the musician was relieved that he got a longer break, my name was called, he handed me his guitar, smiled, and I about fainted. I had the worst stage fright back then. When I got up, the bar was loud. I started singing (I'm pretty sure I about passed out haha) and the place went completely quiet. You could hear a pin drop. That's when I knew. This is it.

Where does the soul of your music come from?

I think the soul for my music changes as I change among experiences and as I encounter those of other people. I guess I feel like I'm just a vessel for experiences, places, feelings, emotions, all the things to somehow come out in song.

We're excited for your musical journey! What is at the heart of your music?

Honestly just to help people with wherever they are at and I think most importantly inspire people that they can follow their dreams too! It's freakin' scary but everyone can do it! I sort of hate the word "dream" for that reason - because it's only a dream that's far away if you let it be. For me, that's just doing what I love and living on purpose and getting to share my voice with the world. And, most importantly, hopefully, touch a lot of people through each song.

How would you describe your sound to people who may have not heard your music yet!

I get this a lot "she sounds like Sara Barielles meets Ellie Goulding". I dunno, I think my voice is unique and when you hear it live, especially, I hope you're hooked!

How much love do you put into putting a set together?

I put a lot of effort into putting a set list together. I look at each state/venue/audience and think - what tweaks can I make to make sure this is the most special show I can possibly put together! They often vary and sometimes it makes sense to repeat them a few shows in a row - but either way - it's all intentional and put together with a lot of thought!

What do you most want to learn about as you create more music for the world to sing to?

I'm honestly into learning more and more avenues to create sounds right now. I just got a new toy from Arturia I'm starting to dabble with. I want to experiment and keep stretching my brain as much as I can so I can keep improving my sound constantly to give you my best.

Is there music that you aren't prepared to release yet? Why?

Yes - there's one song in particular called "Sidewalks" I'm releasing soon. It's been done for a few months, but I'm waiting on purpose because it's a heavy song about all we've been through the past few years. I held this song because I knew the media would eventually die down on important subjects like the mental health and suicide tragedies the isolation caused, Black Lives Matter, and more. I knew eventually the news would move on and I want to make a bold reminder when the space silences to remind the world this is all still going on and we can't be silenced. Thank you for this interview, we are excited to see what is next! Share all the Socials: Spotify: Apple Music: Instagram: Facebook: Website:

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