Exposing Talented Country Guitarist Sara Evans

Exposing Talented Country Guitarist Sara Evans

Who is Sara Evans?

 Sara Evans is an American country artist born on Feb. 5, 1971 in Boonville, Missouri. The vocal guitarist is quite accomplished in her career. The multimillionaire has awards such has huge singles hits like “I Could Not Ask For More”, “Suds In The Bucket”, and “A Little Bit Stronger.” The approaches the artist takes on pursuing country music is through usually country pop and even traditionalist country references onto her music.



 Evans was born and raised as a country girl, she was brought up in the Missouri farm. Out of her six siblings, she was the big sister of the family. As she was being brought up, her path with music started just when she became five. By then, she started singing in her family’s band, this was marked as her beginning, but she faced a setback three years later. At eight, she suffered multiple fractures from an vehicle. This setback brought her passion of music to life when she used music in order to afford her medical bills.


Sara's dad brought her to Nashville when she became ten years old, where she created a single (named "I'm Going to Be the Only Female Fiddle Player in Charlie Daniels Band") and attempted to sell it at Fan Fair (now called CMA Music Fest). She also began playing at a nightclub near Columbia, Missouri, when she was 16, a career that lasted 2 months.


Evans relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, in 1991 to pursue a career in country music. She met fellow musician Craig Schelske in Nashville and moved to Oregon with him in 1992. In 1995, she moved back to Nashville and began recording demos. Harlan Howard, a Nashville composer, was pleased with her rendition of his song "Tiger by the Tail." He chose to assist her in her music career, which led to a deal with RCA Nashville.


Studio Albums


Three Chords and the Truth (1997)

No Place That Far (1998)

Born to Fly (2000)

Restless (2003)

Real Fine Place (2005)

Stronger (2011)

Slow Me Down (2014)

At Christmas (2014)

Words (2017)

Copy That (2020)


Awards Won


Billboard Music Video Awards for Best Country New Artist Video of the Year (1997)



Country Music Association Awards for Video of the year for “Born to Fly” (2001)



BMI Country Awards for 50 Most Performed Country Songs Award for “Perfect” (2004)


R&R Awards for Female Vocalist of the Year (2006)


Academy of Country Music Awards (2006)


BMI Country Awards for 50 Most Performed Country Songs Award for “You’ll Always Be My Baby” (2007)


BMI Country Awards for 50 Most Performed Country Songs for “As If” (2008)


Dove Awards for Special Event Album for Glory Revealed II: The Word of God In Worship (2010)


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