“Women Want to Hear Women With Elaina” Featuring Sarah Darling

“Women Want to Hear Women With Elaina” Featuring Sarah Darling

A popular local adage is that Nashville is a “10-year town,” suggesting it takes an artist a decade to finally make it “big.”

Sarah Darling has been in Music City for almost a decade—singing, writing, releasing music and winning over new fans with each performance. Is it finally Sarah’s time?

In this week’s WWTHW conversation, I talk with Sarah about her patience, journey, obstacles and successes, including building a fan base in Europe. This was my first time meeting Sarah, and if it is your first time too, I think you’re going to be just as happy as I was.

Podcast Participants:

  • Sarah Darling
  • Elaina Smith, host of Women Want to Hear Women


Videos:

  • Sarah “Plays It Forward” by covering Carly Pearce’s 2017 No. 1 hit, “Every Little Thing.”
  • Sarah debuts a new song, “Light It Up.”


Sarah’s Women Want to Hear Women Playlist


Need a refresher what #WomenWantToHearWomen is all about?
Past episodes: 
Kacey Musgraves
Dolly Parton
Carly Pearce
Shawna Thompson of Thompson Square
Tegan Marie
Clare Dunn
Stephanie Quayle

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