Sarah Brosch
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Sarah Brosch

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The best kept secret in music


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goodthing.badthing.everything. (LP, 2003)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Sometimes less is more. Rarely does such a metaphor hold such significance as in the case of Sarah Brosch. Breaking free from everything that held her back in previous bands, Sarah's solo career has blossomed, allowing her to accurately harness her emotions into a powerful collection of original songs.

Sarah Brosch grew up in the suburban town of Howell, Michigan, in one of the fastest growing areas in the United States. Her complete immersion in her music has led to her becoming one of the more talented and revered songwriters in the local music scene. With the 2003 release of her first solo album, Goodthing.Badthing.Everything., Sarah finally had an album to call her own.

The album was recorded in her basement studio, and features eleven dynamic tracks ranging from the pop-influenced ballad "Coffee Grounds" to "Next Season", a jazzy song that would not be out of place in a Martini Bar in downtown New Orleans. Everything you hear or see on Sarah's CD was completed by only her, and her alone. This is Sarah at her most vulnerable, and one cannot help but to be drawn to her.

As impressive as her album work is, Sarah's greatest strength lies in her live show. Having played venues ranging from local colleges to various coffeehouses, she draws the attention of every type of music fan. Combining her vast arsenal of originals with a few well-picked and completely re-worked covers, Sarah can play up to two hours of music. She generally breaks her evening into a guitar set and a piano set, and with both sets uses multiple effects to enhance her live sound. Her sound appeals to lovers of jazz, folk, rock, emo, and pop.