Singer-songwriter Sarah Morris has a way of captivating her audiences with songs about the highs and lows of love. With a voice both cozy and commanding, demure and daring, Sarah allows us to feel every note. Her lyrics resonate with a unique combination of unflinching honesty and heartfelt tenderness: authentic portraits of love, loss, gratitude and regret.
Sarah brings a mix of classical training and Nashville chops to the stage, with a style she likes to call "a little twang, a lot of heart." Now firmly planted in the Twin Cities music scene, Sarah is a regular at The Dakota, Aster Cafe and Hell's Kitchen. When not onstage, Sarah can also be heard singing lullabies, nursery rhymes and various radio-country tunes, as requested by her two little bosses (aka beautiful children), Alistair and Millicent.