December 03, 2008

November 29, 2008

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Feel It Coming....♥


That’s it, I’m all better now
Spit up the last of what made me hurt
I feel light as a feather now
At last I finally know my worth

Thought I’d never learn to be alone
Open all the windows wide
Turn the ringer off the phone
Light my orange candles every night

And I’m wishing on a new moon
Something better’s coming
It’s coming soon….
I feel it coming, I feel it coming, I feel it coming

I close my eyes up on the high, high dive
Stretch my arms up to the sky
Endless water is deep below
But somewhere in the air I’ll learn to fly

I’m wishing on a new moon
Something better’s coming
It’s coming soon
I feel it coming, I feel it coming, I feel it coming

It’s so easy to complain
But it’ll make you insane
That same routine
The impulse to be mean
But the grass is oh so green
After winter rain

I feel it coming, I feel it coming, I feel it coming
I feel it coming, I feel it coming, I feel it coming
I feel it coming, I feel it coming, I feel it coming

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The Holidaze! Up on iTunes!

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AbOut SaRa...

Sara Melson grew up in a small town in Indiana, the daughter of two college professors, in a house with books covering every wall from floor to ceiling. Her parents also had an impressive record collection. There wasn't too much to do in Indiana, and Sara spent hours after school memorizing every word and note of classics by the Beatles, Stones, Dylan, The Band, Bowie, Neil Young, Simon and Garfunkel, the Velvet Underground, Carole King, and Van Morrison. Classically trained on the piano, she taught herself to play the guitar, and began to wed her own words and poems from her journals with melodies to form her first songs.

Sara performs both solo and with her band. Her timeless songs blur the boundaries between folk, rock, soul, country, and pop in a soulful voice that is at once tender and strong. At times soothing, at others chilling, that voice is, always, distinctly her own. Sara writes about love and lust, growth and change, and faith in a better future, both personal and global, in lyrics that are introspective, frank, witty and precise. Despite harsh realities, Sara's unswerving idealism and optimism shine through.

While attending Harvard as a scholarship student majoring in writing, Sara worked as a dishwasher in the school cafeteria by day and as a waitress in a local bar by night. It was during these years that the Brit-pop sound of the Verve, Blur, and Oasis, as well as the Americana tradition of songwriters such as Ryan Adams, Lucinda Williams, and Jeff Tweedy began to shape her sound and songwriting into a unique blend of diverse influences.

After graduation, Sara moved to Los Angeles, where she worked as a kids' music teacher, a yoga instructor, and an occasional film and television actress. She continued to raise the bar on her songwriting and playing, crafting her songs and honing her recording skills. The self-recorded and self-released Five Song EP was selected by as a "Top Ten Pick" in its Cool as Folk Radiocast, along with Beck, Damien Rice, and Sondre Lerche, was aired on Indie 103.1, XM Satellite Radio, and KCRW, and featured in the ABC television show Men In Trees, the Viacom teen cult show South Of Nowhere, and in the independent films Spectres and Safe Harbour. Sara shared the stage with Silversun Pickups, Inara George, Ben Lee, Jill Sobule, Neil Halstead, and Juliana Hatfield, toured as guest vocalist with Mojave 3, and was sponsored on an acoustic tour of Japan.

Sara's self-produced debut full-length, Dirty Mind, came out this past spring on Nettwerk Records. Dirty Mind was featured on iTunes' "What's Hot," climbing the iTunes pop chart upon its release. Grey's Anatomy used the album's first track in its entirety in the climactic final scene of a recent two-part episode; Yahoo Music chose her as their New Buzz Artist, and featured her video in their Who's Next/User's Choice promotion. Songs from the record can currently be heard on American Airlines Radio, and will be featured in upcoming episodes of MTV's Exiled and the N Network's South of Nowhere this fall.

Sara is in the studio recording her new songs.