Wood Stove House concerts presents:
Sarah Blacker’s music is a unique blend of acoustic rock, folk, and jazz with stand-out vocals and quirky yet catchy songwriting, that sets her apart from other female singer/songwriters in her genre. She is regularly compared to Natalie Merchant, Joni Mitchell and Regina Spektor, yet is consistently told that her sound is all her own.
Blacker is a full-time, independent touring musician, having supported Jason Isbell from the Drive By Truckers, at the Fairfield Theater Company in Fairfield, CT, Farren-Butcher Inc. at the Iron Horse Music Hall in Northampton, MA, the Rustic Overtones, the Wood Bros. and Entrain at the Stone Church in Newmarket, NH, and Sarah Bareilles at the Granada Theater in Lawrence, KS, to name just a few.
Having studied Music Therapy at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Sarah Blacker is also a Board-Certified, part-time Music Therapist for children with special needs, involved with the Doug Flutie Foundation, and is an Ambassador for Ernie Boch’s Music Drives Us Foundation. She currently works in school settings specializing in working with children with Cerebral Palsy. She was presented by an award for fundraising efforts and commitment to helping individuals with Autism, by AFAM. [Advocates for Autism of Massachusetts]
Blacker is now touring behind her new CD, Come What May, both solo and with her band, All Kinds of Sugar featuring Chuck Fisher on lead guitar, and Sean McLaughlin on bass, with her sights set on the stars, and her heart behind the wheel.
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