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Boston's Sarah Blacker is soulful songwriter

Brandon Music presents Sarah Blacker

Boston-based singer-songwriter Sarah Blacker as been described as a soulful songwriter and singer. On, Saturday, March 2,  at 7 p.m., Brandon Music will present a concert by Blacker, 30, that will showcase her to a Vermont audience. (Photo by Michael A. Brooks)

Boston-based singer-songwriter Sarah Blacker as been described as a soulful songwriter and singer. On, Saturday, March 2, at 7 p.m., Brandon Music will present a concert by Blacker, 30, that will showcase her to a Vermont audience. (Photo by Michael A. Brooks)

— Boston-based singer-songwriter Sarah Blacker as been described as a soulful songwriter and singer. On, Saturday, March 2, at 7 p.m., Brandon Music will present a concert by Blacker, 30, that will showcase her to a Vermont audience.

Blacker’s music is a unique blend of acoustic rock, folk and jazz, and has shared the stage with America, Paula Cole, the Wood Brothers, and Sara Bareilles to name just a few.

A Boston Noise reviewer wrote that, “Sarah Blacker’s got a talent far and above what most singers can deliver. Her work is soulful, powerfully emotional, and can make you laugh, cry, or just forget whatever it is you’re thinking about and be absorbed by the music.”

Blacker is a full-time singer-songwriter on the verge of releasing her third album. Blacker’s music video for her song, ”Knocked the Winds”, is a current nominee for Limelight magazine’s Video of the Year.

Last year, she was a nominee for New England Music Award Female Performer of the Year and Limelight magazine’s Singer-Songwriter of the Year.

In 2011, Blacker was named Artist of the Year by My Rural Radio. Her song, “Smell of Caramel”, was recently featured on the MTV show “Jersey Shore”.

At the Brandon concert, Blacker will be accompanied by Shaysh on drums, Erik White on guitar, and Sean McLaughlin on bass.

For tickets call 802-465-4071 or e-mail info@brandon-music.net for reservations.

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