"Sarah Elizabeth Foster is?"
The vibrant southern songbird smiles and replies, "Free."
And indeed she is. New York City is now home to Sarah Elizabeth Foster, a 5' 3" striking slice of authenticity. Of melody. Of music for music's sake.
Even in her youth in Houston, Texas, Sarah could spot the diamonds in the rough. Through endless ballet, piano, and singing lessons, love for artists like Dusty Springfield, Nancy Sinatra and The Supremes was slowly growing. What decade was she living in? Who cared?
Case in point: At 13, Sarah hears The Fugees', "Killing Me Softly" on the radio. Loves it. Wants to sing it at a school performance (where she's got the big solo). Finds out the song is a cover. Tracks down the original Roberta Flack version. Had to be that version. Sang it. Killed it.
This passion continues today in Sarah’s new record, Take Me For A Ride (Youthquake Records).