Sarah Cheevers Band
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Sarah Cheevers Band


Band Folk Singer/Songwriter


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The best kept secret in music



July 25, 2002 - Sarah interviewed by Olindo Chiocca on Kootenay radio station.

September 15, 2001 - 'Souls are Flying' written regarding Sept.11th was aired on CBC Radio One.

September 8, 2001 - 'Highs & Lows' aired on CBC Radio One.

May 10, 2001 - Sarah interviewed by Deena Cox for the Georgia Straight, Vol. 35, May 10-17.

May 9, 2001 - Sarah and Doug Deep interviewed with host Darryl K. on the Jazzcity show on City Jazz Station.

May 9, 2001 - Sarah interviewed with host Fanny Kiefer on the Fanny Kiefer show on My City Talk Station.

May 4, 2001 - Sarah interviewed with host Shelley Klinck on the Fanny Kiefer show on My City Talk Station.

May 1, 2001 - Sarah interviewed for the Loop magazine, Vol.6, No.9.

March 17, 2001 - Sarah interviewed by Cheryl McKay and two songs aired on North By Northwest, CBC Radio One.

February 26, 2001 - Sarah interviewed on the Arts Report, CBC Radio One with Paul Grant. 'Highs and Lows' song aired

January 29, 2001 - Sarah's career discussed on the Arts Report, Afternoon Show, CBC Radio One and the song 'Earthquake' aired.
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released Lost In Conversation Feb 2007released released Hesitate CD in 2003
released Entwined CD in 2000

Tracks 'George', 'Highs and Lows', 'Souls Are Flying' radio airplay.
Tracks 'Cafe', 'George', 'Earthquake' streaming airplay.


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The Music of Sarah Cheevers:

Sarah has spent her entire life on Canada’s west coast, and it is this experience that has most influenced her songs. Evoking images of life on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, Sarah’s lyrics are often a painstakingly honest perspective on nature itself, or on personal relationships that strive to succeed in a time when our very environment is stressed. Most songs emanate from her own experiences, of course, whether they be from the ecstasy and pain of love, or from her work as a school teacher with under-privileged youth. It is clear that the passion in Sarah’s songs come from a profound love for people and the natural world in which we must forge our relationships.

Over the years, people who have encountered Sarah’s music, whether it be from listening to her two independent CDs to those who have seen her at various venues, from Vancouver’s Railway Club to Canadian Music Week in Toronto, have had a very intimate and authentic experience. Sarah's lyrics have caught the attention of CBC's Paul Grant, as well as west coast acoustic blues legend Kelly Joe Phelps, whom Sarah has also recorded with. For the past five years, Sarah has played regularly at the Cottage Bistro in Vancouver.

Most of her songs oscillate between a rhythmic strumming to finger-picking lines based on her own very unique and beautiful melodies. Sarah’s guitar-playing style provides a perfect backdrop for her lyrics, the emotion inherent in both making for perfect and harmonious musical moments. Listening to the music of Sarah Cheevers is like immersing oneself in all that is worth contemplating about west coast life. Come and try it out.

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