Sarah Grace is a 18-year-old Indie/Roots singer and musical powerhouse from Houston, Texas. To start off the decade, Sarah Grace has signed with Ruf Records, a premiere roots record label. She was a semi-finalist from Season 15 of The Voice, and Sarah Grace's powerful performance of "Amazing Grace" on The Voice can be described as her signature moment, establishing her as a legitimate artist. The recording immediately shot to #3 on the overall iTunes charts, gained 1 million YouTube views, and lived on the Gospel/Christian charts of iTunes for several weeks thereafter. Universal Republic Records released her first four recordings via Apple Music exclusively; however, they are now also available on Spotify.
Up until three years ago, Sarah Grace experienced synesthesia, a perceptual phenomenon that gave her strong sound-to-color associations. Although it has faded, she still remembers certain songs, chords, and notes as specific colors and shapes as though music was “just like a painting.”
Sarah Grace was the first singer on The Voice to play trumpet, as well as the first to play a Hammond organ. As a result, Hammond Organ Company invited Sarah to be an Official Artist in the Hammond family. Offstage, Sarah Grace attends the prestigious High School for the Performing and Visual Arts as a trumpet major and she performs in their orchestra, jazz, chamber, and concert band ensembles.
Sarah Grace is no stranger to the stage, having performed 100 shows in 2018, and having just finished a 2019 national tour with her band Sarah Grace and The Soul, comprised of equally talented musicians. They have won multiple accolades including being named the "Best Newcomer" for 2019 by the Houston Press. Her most recent accolade was being named a 2020 National YoungArts winner in Popular Voice. YoungArts is the most prestigious competition in the country for arts students; its alumni include the likes of Josh Groban, Timothée Chalamet, and Billy Porter.