Sarah Johnson is the all-inclusive and ever-elusive definition of an Americana Singer-Songwriter with undertones of Nashville, Montana, and Texas. No matter the scale of her stage she captivates the place with her dynamic ability to be raw and vulnerable with her crowd.
Sarah Johnson can do what most artists aim to do-be vulnerable, be authentic and be herself. Being a long-time singer-songwriter she always had the spark to create music, but she gave oxygen to the flame when she penned her feelings about a painful breakup; she leaned into that heart-wrenching experience with vulnerability, never holding back detail to deliver the full intimate experience of the feelings associated with pain, that we know, all too well.
Alongside producer Beau Patrick Bedford and Modern Electric Sound Recorders (Paul Cauthen, Frankie Leonie, David Ramirez, Nikki Lane), Sarah Johnson took to the road to find comfort and healing, recorded an album, and became a staple in the Dallas music scene. She created a platform for other female singer-songwriters to have a place to showcase their work, birthing Girls of DFW; Sarah Johnson partnered with Boarded Up Foundation to lend her time and talent
to their mission.
Sarah Johnson has played over 100 shows in the last year, from the back of a truck to 100 people in a field to a packed house across major stages in the DFW, Montana, Nashville & LA. In the last year, she organically amassed 86,000 listeners from her single Red Bandana, 5600 Spotify monthly listeners, and 3k followers on Instagram. Her Spotify listeners are primarily in Texas & Nashville with a healthy following in Montana.
Sarah Johnson can play a 60-minute show with originals, and a 90-minute set both acoustically or with the full band with added covers.