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Sara_Mann
Folk Rock / Acoustic / Pop
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA

Sara Mann is a bona-fide triple threat as a singer-songwriter-stage performer. She represents a winning combination of sensitivity, songcraft, beauty and pure star quality.

Sara’s love of music blossomed at the early age of 5, when she began playing piano by ear. Soon after, her first compositions and lyrics began to appear. As a teenager Sara had eclectic listening tastes; she grooved on everything from Top 40 artists to Broadway musicals to jazz singers. Her compositions and songwriting style gracefully emerged to reflect her moods and feelings, instead of simply echoing the music she was listening to at any given time.

She has been playing piano now for 20 years, and guitar and bass for 7…singing her whole life.

Performances

Since 1998 Sara has been a featured singer (duet and solo) for the legendary Harry Belafonte, on a never-ending world tour now in its 6th year. This has broadened Sara’s horizons, giving her an appreciation for world and Jazz music, and for the intensity of life on the road. Sara has shared the stage with such Jazz greats as Joe Zawinul, Richard Bona, Jean-Michel Pilc, Mamadu Ba and Jose Neto.

In 2001-2002 Sara also toured with The Brian Setzer Orchestra, playing shows across the country including the Greek Theatre, Hollywood Bowl, 3 sellouts in Atlantic City and the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. She recently made her Broadway debut as well, as a singer in the musical “Saturday Night Fever.” Several of Sara’s original songs can be heard on various episodes of MTV’s “Real World Las Vegas.”

In 2003 Sara has had a recurring role in NBC’s hit drama “American Dreams” as a guitar-playing folk singer, as well as writing and performing the ending credits track to the award winning independent feature film “The Utopian Society. “ www.theutopiansociety.com

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