The familiar saying “everything is bigger in Texas” is earning some truth to its name as county music vocal powerhouse, SaraBeth, dusts off her boots and hits the Nashville music scene.
Born and raised in Dallas, SaraBeth is a contemporary country singer and budding songwriter who is seamlessly making her mark in Nashville as an all-American, sweetly southern artist with an edge. Smart, beautiful and tremendously talented, SaraBeth is the breath of fresh air the music industry needs.
Working with all-star producer Dean Sams, member of the superstar group Lonestar and producer/label head of Circle S Records, SaraBeth is currently promoting her debut album Anything Is Possible to country radio. Featuring her lead-off and sophomore singles “Kickin’ and Screamin’” and “Miss You Anywhere,” Anything Is Possible introduces 11 brand new tracks including a dance remix. “I view myself as an independent, down to earth kind of girl,” says SaraBeth, “so my album is encouraging and reflects those aspects of my personality.”
When Sams first met SaraBeth, he knew he had just met a future star. He recognized her talent immediately and knew her robust potential. "The first thing that interested me in working with SaraBeth was her incredible work ethic,” Sams says. “In a time when so many people want to sit around and wait for success to come to them, SaraBeth is a rarity with her focus, drive and willingness to do whatever it takes to be successful. As a singer, SaraBeth is understated and heartfelt. In my opinion, she’s a nice change of pace for the country music listeners."
But SaraBeth doesn’t want to take all the credit for her passion for music. She maintains that her family plays an essential role in her story, citing them as the source for a lot of her motivation.
“My younger brother was drafted to play pro baseball for the Cardinals, my dad recently wrote a book on motivation and inspires people all over the world, and my mom is the glue that holds us all together. With all these incredibly successful and driven role models in my life, I thought, how can I NOT go after this dream?”
After crossing over into Nashville territory, SaraBeth began collaborating with some of the best, most respected songwriters in Music City, sparking her love for songwriting. Her sophomore single “Miss You Anywhere,” is one of her original songs, and she hopes to continue writing more in the future. “Each song I've recorded was selected based on the lyrics and message,” says SaraBeth. “I want those who listen to my songs to walk away uplifted and encouraged. Life is too short to be negative!”
Being born and raised in the Texas music scene, SaraBeth knows country music. Her pride for her home state, coupled with her love for genuine, authentic lyrics, has influenced her style and kept her true to her roots. And that hasn’t gone unnoticed: she’s already garnered an enormous and loyal fan base in and around Texas and the southeast. Having appeared on morning television shows such as Daytime (nationally syndicated), Good Day Dallas, D The Broadcast (Dallas), Fox 26 Morning News (Houston), Great Day SA (San Antonio), More at Midday (Nashville), Tennessee Mornings (Nashville) and nationally syndicated radio show, The Bobby Bones Show, SaraBeth continues to raise awareness to her budding music career.
Starting with only a vision, SaraBeth dove in headfirst to begin turning that vision into a very vivid reality. She took it upon herself to assemble the team, the image, the music—everything. In other words, she believed in herself enough to successfully put the pieces of this dream together.
In the past year alone, SaraBeth has opened for X Factor Winner Tate Stevens, The Charlie Daniels Band, Randy Rogers Band, Brantley Gilbert, Craig Morgan and many more. SaraBeth participated in the 23rd Annual City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game during CMA Fest alongside Florida Georgia Line, Scotty McCreery, Lauren Alaina and many other celebrated country acts and will be joining Lonestar on a tour that kicks off February 6th in Scottsdale, AZ, with dates on both the east and west coast.
Look for Anything Is Possible on iTunes and “Miss You Anywhere” at country radio now.