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Nashville songbird Sara Beth Go has been in the music business for 10 years. At 18, she ran out of her parents' front door in New Orleans straight to Nashville, fueled on naïve hopes to become the world's most profound Christian artist. "Dolly Parton has this saying, 'I'm too good to be bad and too bad to be good.' The more I lived -- the more I loved, and especially the more I hated -- the more I related with Dolly's words," explains Sara Beth.

Once so narrowly focused, Sara Beth's songs, like her life, began evolving and expanding with age, experience and men. Written on her grandmother's piano, an I-got-unengaged-emotional-purchase guitar, and her iPhone, Sara Beth's "sadly sweet, sweetly sad, aw-shucksy baroque-pop"* songs reveal a prolific singer-songwriter weathered by the everyday mundanes and Nashville's music machine. On the road, Sara Beth travels cross-country playing at every venue available, collecting unique fans along the way. "We think we're so different, but I've found by being honest that a lot of us speak the same language. The highest compliment I can receive is 'You write the things I feel but don't know how to say.'"

Introducing herself to country music with a bang, SaraBeth's music video for her debut single, "Kickin' and Screamin'" has just been added to CMT. Produced by all-star producer Dean Sams, founding member of the superstar group Lonestar and producer/label head of Circle S Records, SaraBeth is ready to get her music to listeners everywhere.

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 country music listeners and her EP reflects that."

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.


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