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Sara Shepard

Sara Shepard

Folk / Pop / Country / Americana Nashville, TN  US
There I've Said it Again (Mann & Evans)
There I've Said it Again (Mann & Evans)
Talk is Cheap by Sara Shepard
Talk is Cheap by Sara Shepard
Younger Man with Older Money
Younger Man with Older Money
Harder to Carry On by Michael White
Harder to Carry On by Michael White
There are Three (by DAVE COLVIN)
There are Three (by DAVE COLVIN)


Sara Shepard-Already a Memory-11-19-2011.mp4


  • 2012

    Apr 10

    Gulfport, MS, US | 6:00pm

    Sunset Cruise on Ship Island Excursions' Boat to benefit the Gulf Restoration Network $50 for one/$80 for two (tax deductible contribution)

  • 2011

    Nov 15

    Nashville, TN, US | 3:30pm

    Les, Sara and Johnny will perform and discuss their upcoming 11/19 benefit show.

  • 2011

    Apr 26

    Gulfport, MS, US | 5:30pm


  • 2010

    Sep 14

    Nashville, TN, US | 6:00pm

    7 - 10 (I'm scheduled for 7:00)


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  • Debbie Price (Artist)
    Debbie Price
    Great Vocals and Sound!
  • Jan Buckingham (Artist)
    Jan Buckingham
    Sara... Nice seeing you at the mixer, and LOVE your voice!!! Jan Buckingham :)
  • Chris Cockrell (Artist)
    Chris Cockrell
    Hey there Sara. Great tunes ! This is Rita's "little" brother Chris ! Congrats on continuing with your music.


  • Snapshot during Gulf Restoration Network Sunset Cruise 4-26-11


Label: Independent

Bio: Sara Shepard is from the Mississippi Gulf Coast (Gautier, Mississippi). She started singing and playing ukulele as a child and sang for anyone who would listen. In high school she began to sing professionally at local restaurants and clubs. Through her college years and beyond, she worked as a...See Full Bio

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Q: How did you become aware of Lawrence Reynolds' music?

A: A mutual friend/musician introduced me to Lawrence and his music when we were both performing full-time in Mobile, AL in the early 80's. I have been forever grateful for that introduction. His writing and performing talents (especially in the traditional country vein) were second to none! His rich, powerful baritone voice was truly something to witness. I was humbled when he became a fan and supporter of my singing and was gracious to always invite me to sing whenever I attended one of his shows. Ultimately Lawrence invited me to sing a few demos of his songs at Tree Publishing after I moved to Nashville. He remained a professional inspiration to me, but sadly we never saw each other or spoke again after around 1988. He was a huge fan of Mickey Newberry and George Jones and protested modestly when I told him he could sing George Jones better than George Jones! I was shocked and saddened to learn of his passing away a few years after the fact when I reconnected with another of my musician friends. I will always be grateful for the opportunity to have known him and honored to have considered him a friend and professional cohort. Fortunately his music and recordings live on - an amazing talent who never quite achieved the level of success he deserved. Thanks for your question - and please don't remain a(n) "anonymous" stranger - would love to hear how you were connected to Lawrence and his music, too!

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Tue May 29 2012

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