A singer and songwriter with a voice that's clear, expressive, and adaptable to both country and pop sounds, Sarah Darling makes music that's honest and articulate without sounding pretentious, and can sing originals with an unaffected, small-time feel while covering Joni Mitchell or the Smiths with a thoughtful touch. On her debut album, 2009's Every Monday Morning, Darling showed she was a sure hand with radio-friendly contemporary country sounds, but after a recording hiatus, 2017's Dream Country found her revamping her style, adding a greater pop influence as well as adult alternative and contemporary folk accents that gave her a more emotionally mature sound. Sarah Darling was born October 4, 1982 in Des Moines, Iowa. Growing up in a family of music fans, she listened to plenty of country and country-rock music, which informed her ...
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