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Sarah Conlan Singles Review

25 May 2013 // A review by Miss_Jukebox

Sarah Conlan, a young country singer/songwriter is part of a country music resurgence happening before our eyes.

I always thought of country music as a self-contained genre. Its audience was stereotypically... well country folk. But now, country music fans are diverse. This can be attributed to young artists reinvigorating the genre in this country-pop crossover. Taylor Swift is the example that comes to mind, one of the biggest names in music right now.

Now, back to Sarah. Having already won a multitude of awards for her singing and song-writing, she is working on her first EP and has recorded a few singles in the meantime. Sweet Country Boy and Didnít I showcase Conlanís gentle vocals and dulcet tones.

Didnít I in particular is a great song. This track has a strong spirit about a woman deciding she is better off without a man who left her. Country music is known for its strong female singers. Independent and powerful women, it is one of the genres where I think female artists are just as recognised as male artists. Conlan is certainly following this tradition and making her mark as a future country star.


About Sarah Conlan

Sarah Conlan is a Country singer songwriter based in the beautiful Mackenzie Basin.

Sarah has won many accolades for both her voice and songwriting during her time as a musician.

Highlights such as; A regular finalist at the Gold Guitar Awards, MLT songwriting Finalist, Smokefree Rockquest Lyrics Award, Smokefree Rockquest Vocalist Award, and the Overall Title of the South Island Music Awards - won with her own song.

Visit the muzic.net.nz Profile for Sarah Conlan


Year: 2014
Type: EP

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