Very few young music artists can boast of seeing their careers kick off with a performance at Carnegie Hall but such is the case for country music recording artist, Sara Collins. The Louisiana teenager was invited to take the legendary stage as part of the Honors Performance Series and she has since gone on to perform throughout her home state and at venues like Nashville’s Opry Mills Mall as well as the iconic Puckett’s Grocery in Leiper’s Fork, TN.Sara, a vocalist and multi-talented instrumentalist, has just released debut album, entitled Lovesick Cinderella. The EP was produced by Michael Lattanzi and was recorded at Lattitude Studio South, which has recorded major artists like Jessica Simpson and Paula Abdul.
Sara is also working hard to learn everything she can about the music industry. She is an alumni at PCG Nashville, an artist development program headed up by long-time music industry veteran, Bernard Porter. she is an alumni of "Louisiana Kids", which provides live entertainment for fairs and festivals throughout the state of Louisiana.
Away from working on her own music, Sara enjoys singing in choirs at both her church and her high school. She is a member of Central High School’s gifted and talented music and theater program. She is also an outdoor enthusiast, enjoying shooting, fishing, and riding ATV’s.