Sage began her journey as a singer/songwriter and actress when she was three years old and has been performing and perfecting her craft ever since. She grew up around some of the world’s greatest musicians, her grandmother having worked with Elvis and her mother with Leonard Cohen. Sage has performed her music on some of Los Angeles' most renowned stages including the Roxy, the Whiskey, and the House of Blues.
Sage began her acting career at age 3 with a small role in director OLIVER STONE's film THE DOORS. At age 5, she went on to dance with MICHAEL JACKSON in the John Landis directed music video BLACK or WHITE. Her first solo vocal recording was on the 1994 Red Earth Festival award winning documentary film, “The Third Verse, 500 Years, Land Of The Children”. In 1998, Sage performed “Thank You” with Natalie Merchant at the Lilith Fair in New Mexico. Other highlights include her own show on the Disney Channel, “Tune Disney Summer Sundays with Sage and Beau” and a co-starring role in the ABC mini-series “Dreamkeeper”.
Sage began her education at Yale in 2004 while simultaneously co-starring in the Steven Spielberg miniseries “Into The West” for TNT. Through her education she explored the world, studying theater in London and in Russia's renowned Moscow Art Theater. During her Yale education she continued to hone her craft as a musician and actress.
Upon graduation Sage went to Los Angeles and started to work on her new musical venture, this led her to London and Nashville where she wrote and recorded her solo EP, “Learning to Walk“. The video for the first single, “Edie Sedgwick”, was produced by Twilight star Nikki Reed and featured English folk artist Johnny Flynn. The controversial video got rave reviews by Perez Hilton and numerous online blog sites, garnering over 95,000 views on YouTube.
Currently, Sage lives in New York City and has been collaborating with numerous writers and musicians for her new record, creating a country/blues sound mingling the sounds of old school Patsy Cline style country with blues/jazz undertones and beats a la Amy Winehouse. She has been performing at the Soho nightclub W.I.P.'s Tuesday night DROPOUT party where Debbie Harry and The Drums have also performed, and sometimes you might find her testing out tunes in the subway ?