Tuesday, September 13, 2011
CD Review: Sarah Pierce Wants To "Bring It On"
Sarah's wonderful strong vocals are the first thing you notice on the album's opener "Bring It On." Her sound is the perfect mix of country and folk with just a hint of rock grooves to give the songs a bit of an edge as in "Wild And Gnarly Ride." Her playful lyrics on "Butterfly Tattoo" just captures her spirit and let's the music float along. Her country roots come shining out on "Cowgirls Ride" and "Twenty Dollar Silver Ring." You can't help but get wrapped around her vocals on the ballad "Baby Come Back," while she adds some blues to her country on "I Like Man." Sarah gives us a glimpse to her darker side of song-writing on "Pearl Handled .44" before finishing up with the gentle flow of "May Peace Find You Tonight."
Sarah Pierce has shows lined-up until December, mostly in the Austin, TX area. Check out her website (sarahpierce.com) for a complete list of tour dates, song samples and more.
Posted by JP's Music Blog