Sarah Golden is a New-Folk Singer/Songwriter originally from Houston, TX, who was born into a musical family. Golden has been an active member of Houston's music community since the release of her debut album, "Truth" in 2002, which ultimately led her to becoming a top-ten finalist in the 2002 Kerrville Folk Festival's New-Folk competition.
Sarah won "Best Folk/Roots/Country Song of the Year" in the 2014 RightOutTV Music & Video Awards for her original song, "The One I Love", and received nominations for "Song of the Year" and "Best Song with a Social Message" in the RightOutTV Music & Video Awards. In 2013, she was awarded "Adult Contemporary Song of the Year" in the 2013 RightOutTV Music & Video Awards, for her original composition, "Who Gives a Damn", and was nominated for "Female Vocalist of The Year" in the 2013 AbOUT Magazine's F.A.C.E. Awards. In 2012, Sarah Golden competed on Season 2 of NBC's "The Voice", ultimately finishing in the top 36 vocalists in the nation on Team Cee Lo. She was also nominated for "Best Folk Artist" in the 2012 Houston Press Music Awards and "Best Female LGBT Artist" in AbOUT Magazine's 2012 F.A.C.E. Awards.
Throughout her career, Golden has played alongside such highly regarded artists as Amy Ray (of the Indigo Girls), Shawn Colvin, Susan Gibson, Ruthie Foster, Melissa Ferrick, Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines, Trish Murphy, Shake Russell, Edie Carey and many others.
In the Fall of 2012, Sarah released her E.P., "Sessions", which serves as a precursor to her upcoming sophomore album; currently being recorded and produced by Houston Roots-Music Icon, Jack Saunders at White Cat Studios.
Folk-lovers alike can catch her live shows or play along with Golden's "YouTube You Call Its", where she can be found performing fan-requested songs at random.
Pearl Bar, 2014
NBC's The Voice, 2012