Sarah Darling was born in Des Moines, Iowa, where her earliest exposure to country music came on Sunday mornings when her grandfather would listen to the radio while driving her to church.
She grew up writing poetry and eventually began writing songs. Her debut album, Every Monday Morning, was released in 2010, and since then she has been busy writing and touring.
In 2010, Sarah joined a cast of other performers to sing the songs of Time Janis and Andrew J. Wright. Wright was so enchanted with Sarah's voice that he commissioned her to sing demos of his songs and presented her with an invitation to play at Carnegie Hall, thus fulfilling her life-long ambition to play at the prestigious music hall.
Her debut album was followed by her 2011 release, Angels & Devils. Of the eleven songs on her second album, Sarah co-wrote nine. The album samples Sarah’s songwriting from her earliest days in Nashville onward.
“Bad Habit,” Sarah confides, is her favorite among the new crop of tunes – not just for its artistry but because the incomparable Vince Gill sings with her on it. “It was a dream come true for me,” she says.
Sarah says, “I try never to stop documenting what’s going on in my life. I really am an open book when I write.”
Angels & Devils