Sarah Siskind’s artistry speaks for itself – an arresting voice; a respected, much-covered songwriter; a frequently-licensed recording artist; an admired, free-spirited, commanding performer.
Her songs have been covered by Alison Krauss, Bon Iver, Wynonna, Randy Travis, and many others. She’s had over 20 songs in the hit TV series “Nashville” including the unofficial theme song “A Life That’s Good.” She is trusted by artists, producers and music supervisors to help them deliver their visions – whether it’s writing to briefs, co-writing for single songs or entire records. She’s had placements in many other shows including “Pretty Little Liars,” “Teen Mom,” and “The Wire.”
No Depression magazine called her “a once-in-a-lifetime kind of artist in her delivery, honesty and songwriting.” Her distinct singing is also heard on recordings by Vince Gill, Paul Brady, Ari Hest and Sarah Jarosz and her musicianship has led to studio collaborations with Bill Frisell and Jerry Douglas. Spin Magazine declared her “an artist you must hear now.”
Siskind’s genre diversity has put her on the road with the likes of Bonnie Raitt, The Swell Season, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Bon Iver and Paul Brady. Time Magazine called her “one of the 5 best voices” at SXSW 2013. She’s appeared regularly on NPR programs including Tiny Desk, World Cafe, All Songs Considered, Song of the Day and Mountain Stage.
“Siskind has been compared to Bonnie Raitt and Brandi Carlile, but in my humble opinion, she’s incomparable” – The Huffington Post
“Sarah Siskind is one of very few songwriters that is a true student of American music.
Her lexicon is incredible and her voice…well, she’s a teacher.” – Bon Iver