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Sarah Hardwig is a singer songwriter from Nashville TN
RELEASED NOVEMBER 11, 2022

Sarah Hardwig is a country singer-songwriter with an inspiring story. Hardwig has been singing since she was a little girl, and music has set her soul on fire ever since. At the age of 5 months, Sarah was diagnosed with Leber's Congenital Amaurosis, which impaired her vision.

When it comes to singing and performing, Sarah’s diagnosis has never held her back, and her blindness has never stopped her from displaying pure greatness and natural-born talent. Pulling from influences such as Kelsea Ballerini and Carrie Underwood, Sarah’s songwriting skills and larger-than-life voice make her a special talent in the Nashville country music scene. To hone her songwriting craft, Hardwig is studying at Belmont University as a part of their world renowned songwriting major.

Sarah is an incredible National Anthem singer, and has been performed it over 250 times including at the 2022 Music City Bowl at Nissan Stadium. She has shared the stage with acts such as LOCASH, Charles Kelley from Lady A, and Lauren Alaina. She has also performed on stages such as The Bluebird Cafe, the Listening Room Cafe, Tin Roof (Broadway & Music Row), The Local (Nashville), Live Oak (Nashville) and The Island Hopper Songwriting Festival in Florida. She was also actively involved in the Naples Philharmonic Choir and Opera Naples.

Sarah has even performed with Steven Tyler, one of her musical idols. The two duetted on a rendition of “Stand by Your Man,” and took the internet by storm, where the video has been watched on YouTube more than 30K times.

In 2023, Sarah won the Tennessee Songwriters Showcase in February, was selected to participate in The Acoustic Guitar Project at the Country Music Hall of Fame,  performed at the Island Hopper Songwriting Festival in September for the first time as an artist after several appearances as a guest. In October, she was nominated for four Josie Awards for independent musicians, and performed at the No Barriers USA fundraiser in Golden, Colorado, followed by the highlight of 2023 -- winning a Danny Award for musicians with disabilities in November. She was one of 11 honorees with nominations from 30 states and 9 countries and performed her song "Lacy On My Lips" in New York City.

Sarah released her debut single "Who I Am" in 2022 and has more new music slated to be released in the first quarter of 2024.

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