Sara Morgan has been dazzling country music listeners “in the know” for nearly a decade, according to “Saving Country Music”. From the small town of McGehee, Arkansas all the way to WSM 650 AM in Nashville, TN, she has “taken the stairs” on her journey as she meticulously climbed each step while enchanting audiences across America along the way.
Sara emerged in 2018 with her first full length release “Average Jane” at #3 on the Billboard Heatseeker chart and a review of the lead single “The Boots” in Music Row magazine. A triple threat in that she can play, sing, and write, Rolling Stone's senior editor, Joseph Hudak, dubbed her “one to watch” in 2019 with the release of her first Nashville single, “Church in a Bar” after seeing her perform the song at the Americana Music Fest that year.
“Church in a Bar” was produced by critically acclaimed mastering engineer, Eric Conn and recorded at the legendary Allentown Recording Studio (Garth Brooks' studio formerly known as Jack's Tracks) with legendary musicians Eddie Bayers, Steve Gibson, Dan Dugmore and the late, great Michael Rhodes. Her very first Nashville recording session was star studded and each of her tracks were recorded live right alongside each of those musicians.
The release of the live track, “American Hill”, in 2022, a tribute to her late sailor brother, resulted in her being requested specifically for veterans benefits, as she is as passionate about supporting American veterans as she is about country music.
Sara has opened for everyone from Ray Wylie Hubbard and John Michael Montgomery to the Eli Young Band, played theaters and arenas, personally frequented hundreds of radio stations, and is set to cement her place in country music this fall with the upcoming single “She Ain't the Homewrecker (That's You)”.