Singing sensation Sarah Ramirez’s unique style of music, along with her powerful vocal range has consistently amazed her audiences. The powerful vocalist, based in Houston, Tx., has won fans in a short amount of time with her soulful R&B sound & the undercurrent of Latin grooves pulsating throughout. Some have even dubbed the new sound “Latin Soul”.
Ramirez, who usually showcases in the Houston, San Antonio and Dallas areas, recently performed in NY during "Fashion Week" at various venues around the city. Ramirez wowed audiences at The Village Underground where she performed before a packed house. In Oct, Ramirez had the honor of singing the National Anthem at the San Antonio Rampage game (hockey) before 12,000+ fans who enthusiastically cheered after hearing her awe-inspiring performance. Nov, Sarah graced the front page on The ShoalsBeat Magazine. Dec, Ms.Ramirez fulfilled her life long dream performing at the House of Blues
Jan 2011,Sarah returned to the HOB opening for Santana’s Frontman, Andy Vargas & David DeLaGarza formerly of La Mafia. Sarah & her band, led by Jose-Miguel Yamal & Tim Ruiz “HEATED UP” the stage with their “New Latin Soul” beat which had the audience dancing in the “HOUSE”.Feb 2011,Ramirez, Featured on Amped Sounds Magazine received an incredible review of her music. In Apr, Sarah sang the National Anthem at the Astros vs Cardinals game & once again moved the crowed with her amazing vocals.In Apr,Sarah sang the National Anthem at the Astros vs Cardinals game & once again moved the crowed with her amazing vocals.
Ms. Ramirez’s musical project, "In My Way" evolved into a dazzling piece of art. Under the direction of AR, Jake McKim, combined Ramirez's unique vocal sound & incorporated the ingenious works of producers/musicians Jose-Miguel Yamal, Tim Ruiz & other talented writers/artists including Neeki Bey. The finished product is being described by critics & fans alike as nothing short of phenomenal. The EP “In My Way” recently released on ITunes has listeners falling in love with Ramirez. The substance-filled songs have provided a much-needed shot in the arm to a music industry that has been waiting for a fresh sound.