Sara Quah is a singer-songwriter/woke human being from not-so Normal, IL. Elaborate melodies and intricate lyrics are the foundation of her vintage songwriting; through intimate story-telling and sincere connection, her performances feel more like conversations between new and true friends. Her newest full-length, full-production LP is called Taking Me Back and was released May 2017 through Palo Santo Records, Texas. Recorded with producer Tony SanFilippo at Oxide Lounge in Bloomington, IL, Taking Me Back offers the world authentic, old-school artistry with real musicians playing real instruments in real time. Learn more about her all-that-ness at saraquah.com. Follow her on social media @sarabquah.
Sara performs her original song, “I’ll Be Alright” at Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts at International Women’s Day, 2017.
Sara Quah sings Danny’s All-Star Joint by Rickie Lee Jones, May 2017.
Sara Quah and Friends at the Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts, singing an original medley crafted by Sara for International Women’s Day, 2017.
Sara sings her original song “Stylevester Brown” in Bloomington, 2017.
Sara sings her original song “In The Tall Grass” on her Take Me Back Tour, 2017.
Sara plays her original song “Refugee” at a 2017 Not In Our Town Rally held at the Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts.
Sara plays Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked in Bloomington, 2017.
Sara’s Humorous Pledge Music campaign video (2017):
The Pledge is closed for biz right now but that’s no reason to say no to a laugh at Sara’s dedication to being awkward on film.
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Sara and Producer Tony SanFilippo talk Taking Me Back with WGLT’s Jon Norton:
Sara solos: She discusses her new album and some of its inspiration with WGLT’s Jon Norton: