Originally from North Carolina, Sarah Jones is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter.

Penning over 100 songs before graduating high school, Sarah began writing songs daily as a young teen. Wanting to share these tunes with the world, she started a YouTube channel; and after a few years of consistently uploading videos and growing a world-wide audience, Sarah finally felt ready to release music to her fans. While still living in North Carolina, Sarah released her first full album, “Music to My Dreams”, in 2014.

According to Steven Wilson, “In an industry of over-processed voices and banal lyrics, this artist offers well-crafted, heartfelt words supported by a wholesome, natural voice.”

Shortly after releasing her first album, Sarah moved to Nashville and quickly immersed herself amongst the talent in Music City, USA. Independently, Sarah released her first single, “Red Dead,” in November 2017, and released a second single, “Just Not Us” in May 2018.

A songwriter first and foremost, Sarah’s songs have been recorded by emerging country artists such as Hasting & Co. (“Brunch Drunk”, “SPF U”), Jesse Labelle (“Who’s Counting”) and Kelsey Lamb (“Before It All Went Wrong”). Her song credits have accumulated over 50 million streams on Spotify, and have earned a nomination for a 2020 and 2021 NSAI Member Award. She was also selected as a finalist in the 2020 Chris Austin Songwriting Competition, and got the chance to perform at MerleFest 2021. Sarah works very closely with new country artist Priscilla Block, and helped pen many of Block’s releases such as “Just About Over You”, “Wish You Were the Whiskey”, “I Bet You Want to Know”, “Thick Thighs” and “PMS”. “Wish You Were the Whiskey” is currently in the Top 10 on Sirius XM The Highway’s Hot 30 Countdown. “Just About Over You” hit #1 on the iTunes country chart and across all genres on the day of its release and is now being played on country radio stations all across the US. It is currently charting in the Top 20 on Billboard. 


Sarah can be found on the road playing guitar and singing harmonies in Priscilla Block’s band, or at local writers rounds in Nashville, TN.


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