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Sarah Dunn -lead vocals, fiddle, rhythm guitar; ; Deborah Dunn -keyboard, harmony vocals; ; Lynn Seaton -drums; ; Joe Davis -lead guitar, harmony vocals; ; Steve Rose -bass guitar, harmony vocals
About the Artist At twenty years old, Sarah is a very dedicated musician. She has been singing for an audience since the age of eight, starting in church as many vocalists have done. She has been playing fiddle since age fifteen, mentored by other musicians, many of which are her family members. Sarah has a rich musical heritage with her grandfather, Max Brown, who is a former Nashville recording artist, her mother, who is a songwriter, great uncles, and even great grandparents who were musicians.
Sarah is very thankful for her band, Sundown, for all the wonderful musicians who have helped and encouraged her, and for her audiences, both live and online.
Sarah completed her primary education in home schooling so she could devote more time to her music, and began playing with her first band at age sixteen. She was introduced to Cal Denison who produced and arranged Sarah's CD, "'63 Chevy Nova", and her music video, "If I Never Love Again.
Sarah decided to take advantage of the online opportunities for self promotion and entered a competition for the Next GAC Star. Her video was aired on GAC TV in July of 2008. Local media has been very kind to Sarah, interviewing her at length. She is also the subject of a feature article for Stardom E-magazine due to launch this fall, and will be doing a live radio interview in Springfield, where her song "'63 Chevy Nova" is among the top requested independent releases. She is currently holding top twenty positions on several web sites and continues a full performance schedule as well.
Sarah's vocal influences have been Reba McIntyre, Allison Krauss, Patsy Cline, Ella Fitzgerald, and Etta James. With a deep love for bluegrass and Texas swing fiddle, Johnny Gimble, Sara Watkins, and Stephen Grapelli are also among her musical influences.
For her future, Sarah can see no other way of life than being a performer and has dreams of one day having a song on the charts and a completely full tour schedule.
Reached 8th in Best of Country chart in 2011. In the top 20 for 2 weeks.
Top 10 in Country Videos, June 2010
February 2010 Country Videos
November 2009 Country Videos
March 2009 Roots Music Videos
September 2008 Roots Music Videos
April 2010 Judging Excellence
March 2010 Judging Excellence
August 2008 Judging Excellence
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