Sarah Buxton

Sarah Buxton

American country singer and musician
Date of Birth: 02.07.1980
Country: USA

Biography of Sarah Buxton

Sarah Buxton is an American country singer and musician. She was born on July 2, 1980, in Lawrence, Kansas. From a young age, she showed a passion for music, learning to play the flute and piano and performing in the choir. As she developed her musical talents, Sarah also began writing song lyrics.

Sarah Buxton

Eventually, she met one of her musical idols, Stevie Nicks, who encouraged her to continue pursuing music and advised her to move to Nashville, Tennessee. Sarah enrolled at Belmont University in Nashville and started performing in the rock band "Stoik Oak," with which she toured for three years.

Sarah Buxton

At the age of 22, Sarah married Christopher Robin from the "Christopher Robin Band." However, their marriage ended quickly. Sarah struggled to find her place in the music industry, feeling discouraged. It was her friend, John Rich from the country duo "Big & Rich," who came to her aid. He offered her a spot as a songwriter in his music session, allowing Sarah to gain confidence in her vocal and songwriting abilities.

Sarah Buxton

As her confidence grew, Sarah became a backing vocalist for Kenny Rogers and John Corbett. She also collaborated with Cowboy Troy on the duet "If You Don't Wanna Love Me." In 2006, Sarah signed a record deal with Lyric Street Records. Her debut solo single, "Innocence," reached number 31 on the US country charts. Following its success, her song "That Kind of Day" reached number 26.

Sarah Buxton

In 2007, Sarah co-wrote the song "Stupid Boy" for country singer Keith Urban, which reached number three on the country charts. She also recorded a duet with Dierks Bentley called "Sweet & Wild" for Bentley's greatest hits album. Sarah released her own limited edition mini-album, titled "Almost My Record," featuring five songs, including the track "Love Is a Trip," used for the promotion of the ABC series "Men in Trees."

Sarah continued her success with the release of her single "Space" in October 2008, which reached number 38 on the country charts. Her fourth single, "Outside My Window," recorded with Victoria Shaw, Gary Burr, and Mark Hudson, made it to the Top 30 on country radio and received a music video.

On February 23, 2010, Sarah released her self-titled debut studio album. The production of the album was led by Craig Wiseman, Dann Huff, Bob DiPiero, and Blair Daly. Sarah's voice, with its charming huskiness, is reminiscent of American rock singer Melissa Etheridge. Her lyrical compositions put her in the same league as Gretchen Wilson.

Sarah Buxton got engaged to session guitarist Tom Bukovac on December 20, 2009. However, the date of their wedding remains unknown.

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