Sara Cavaiola

Sara Cavaiola

BandRockSinger/Songwriter

This 1960's inspired Northern Up-Roar "Sara Cavaiola" has put the Rock back into the Roll. With a unique voice and brilliant stage presence. She sounds a lot like Jewel meets Tina Turner.

Biography

Sara Cavaiola Bio

This tiny Northern up-roar Sara Cavaiola continues to make an impact on the Canadian music scene. Although Sara grew up in the greater Toronto area, most of her musical influences derive from the UK-listening to the likes of Oasis, The Kinks, and The Beatles. By the time Sara turned 18, she received her first guitar from the Pickering Flea Market. Most of Sara’s early years were spent convincing local venues to let her on stage.

A pivotal moment in Sara’s career came in the summer of 2005. While attending a songwriting workshop in Toronto, Sara became inspired to write her first six song EP entitled "Lemonade Daze". She even met some of Canada’s greatest songwriters such as “Andy Kim” (Sugar, Sugar, and Rock Me Gently) and “Ron Sexsmith”. Sara believes there are only two types of music in the world: good music and bad music. “If it has a great melody and you can sing to it it’s a hit”. Sara also believes that being a musician is one thing, songwriting is another. Sara is self-taught on the piano and guitar. Also, she is said to have a unique voice and brilliant stage presence. Sara can often be found between Toronto and Montreal entertaining family and friends. She hopes to one day play “The Glastonbury Festival” in England. Her biggest aspiration is to take over the radio.

Presently Sara has just completed her first EP, which she has recorded in Toronto. You can see Sara in action at local clubs and venues in the downtown Toronto area. Also, check out myspace.com/saramusica for more information on upcoming shows and events.

“….the next Bob Dylan.”- KMP Mag

“…..totally mesmerizing on stage.”- MusicBuff Weekly

“…..a unique clash of Tina Turner meets Jewel.”- Rock Your Boat Mag

Lyrics

Rose In Your Garden

Written By: Sara Cavaiola

I’ll plant a rose in your Garden,
Even though your never home.
I’ll drive your car on empty,
I’ll fill it up before I get home.

I’ll look at the picture you painted,
I’ll hang it on my wall.
I’ll hear all the music your playing love,
You know it drive me up the wall.

Chorus:Tell me did you know,
That I wrote this song for you to sing along.
Tell me did you know,
That I wrote this song just for you

I’ll eat all the food on your table,
Even though it’s not that good.
I’ll hear you out when your un-able,
When your feeling so damn misunderstood.

I’ll open up your umbrella,
When it’s raining on your head.
I’ll be your knight in shining armor,
I’ll sweep you off your feet again.

Tell did you ever ever sing along,
Tell me did you ever ever write a song,
I’m singing it oh oh oh.

Backstage Door

Written By: Sara Cavaiola

They drove a beat up truck,
Riding up and down my country,
But what ever happened to,
The girl he said he loved her so madly.

(chorus)But one day he told her,
The band they broke up why don’t we all go home.
We’re growing older,
Thank you good night for commin on down to the show,
They headed on through the back stage door.

They both knew all of the words,
To every single rock & roll song,
And waitin in line on end,
To get their tickets man to be in the first row then.

But one day he told her,
The band they broke up why don’t we all go home.
We’re growing older,
Thank you good night for commin on down to the show,
They headed on through the back stage door.

It was such a different time,
Pictures tattooed on the walls 1969,
Hifi radio playin on,
Listenin to them records man I love that song.

Friday Night

Written By: Sara Cavaiola

October 2005
Written By: Sara Cavaiola
Friday Night

Nothing much to do late Friday night,
So we sit around pickin up a fight,
Not a lot to say,
When you’re gone away,
You’re waiting for a good time
Put those records on man Rock & Roll,
The bitter man the holy man took your soul,
Not a lot to say,
When you’re gone away,
You’re waiting for a good time.

Don’t care what’s wrong or right,
Darling you’re giving up a fight,
A plan is up my sleeve,
Do you really know what you mean to me.

All dressed up with no where left to go,
Patiently you’re waiting by the door,
Not a lot to say,
When you’re gone away,
You’re waiting for a good time
Glasses and Bacardi on the shelf,
Walking home alone all by your self,
Not a lot to say,
When you’re gone away,
You’re waiting for a good time.

We’ll find some Piece of mind some how,
We’ll run into some friends in town, laugh and joke and stay awake,
Don’t believe in what they say.

Discography

Six song EP entitled "Lemonade Daze"

Set List

Sara's Set List

1. Friday Night
2. Blimey Monday
3. Every Morning
4. Lemonade Daze
5. Goodbye
6. Backstage Door
7. Clearly un-Amused
8. Rose In Your Garden

My sets are about 45min