West Coast Of Canada's Sultry Songstress Sarah Osborne's Latest Project Is 'SEASONS'
Sarah Osborne is a singer-songwriter from the west coast of Canada. Hailing from a musical family and holding a Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology, this songstress and sea queen draws inspiration from folk, blues, jazz , and the weather.
Like a tumbleweed going with the wind, Sarah is a natural rambler. She has played vastly diverse stages, from train cars crossing the country as part of the ‘Via Rail Artists on Board Program’, to house concerts in the Maritimes, outdoor bars in Honduras, and the Capital Ballroom in Victoria, BC. She appears as a one-woman show, alongside peers, and often with her talented backing band “The Magic Buttons”. As a performer, she thrives on the emotional connection she builds with her audience via her songs and lighthearted storytelling.
Merging art and nature in the vessel of her music, Sarah aspires to empower people to take care of the environment. She believes art is a powerful tool in encouraging people to make positive personal changes. This will ensure that the benefits and beauty of caring for our ecosystems and each other are valued for generations to come.
Sarah is currently taking a pause from her science career and wanderlust ways and is living on Gabriola Island in a tiny home among the trees. Most days she can be found working on her latest recording project SEASONS (a 4 part series of seasonally released mini albums), getting her hands in the dirt, or hanging at the beach.
Sarah's sultry voice is a colourful velvet painting in a second-hand store. Exotic, dark, and textured, it beckons us, in its nostalgia, to bring it home and hang it on the wall, to remind us of a time that was, and a part of ourselves that is sweet, simple, and real.