Sarah Hethcoat
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Sarah Hethcoat

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
Band Pop Rock


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"Sarah Hethcoat Review"

Sarah Hethcoat
Pop Rock

“…a live performance that would make anyone come back for more.” –Jonathan Kramm

Take Alanis Morissette, crank it up 10 notches and you might capture Sarah Hethcoat’s edgy vocals that will cut through every rocking beat of her incredible band like a serrated knife.

When I first saw Sarah perform her local show live at the Knitting Factory in Hollywood, CA, I was blown away. On the stage was this striking young woman belting out her life story from the bottom of her soul. As soon as we were all singing along with her catchy lyrics, she took us down another path – one that searches deep within her past. “What’s this?” I thought. She’s suddenly performing alone on stage – just Sarah and her piano. Sarah captured everyone’s heart and then took us back up the mountain for a live performance that would make anyone come back for more. I know I will.

If your destination is Ontario, CA (ONT), don’t miss one of Sarah’s many Los Angeles-area shows scheduled in May/June. For more information about this artist, music and show times, please visit: or

Reviews by Jonathan Kramm – or
Producer, Performer, Publisher & Songwriter (SEASAC) and Freelance Copywriter.
- Jonathan Kramm

"Industry Quotes"

-Wendy Halley: Yahoo! Music says…
"Sarah's vocals are compelling and beautiful ... a terrific debut from a wonderful talent and charismatic performer." 

-John Loken: Live Nation says…
“Sarah Hethcoat has all the key ingredients for success: the voice, the looks, and back to back smashes in “Every Time” and “On an On”.

-Maggie Martin: EMI Music Publishing says…
"Fresh- Catchy- Sexy. The perfect debut EP. Finally, some decent pop music with an edge..."

-Erika Hallbourg: Fremantle Media says…
“With angst from her heart and passion from her soul, this little gal reminds us again its not just a boys club.” AND: “Sarah Hethcoat is biting at the heels of other gals before her such as Liz Phair, Sheryl Crow, and Alanis Morrissette”.

-Diane Burk: Sony/ATV Music Publishing says…
“With a mélange of lush melodies, catchy hooks and sharply honed pop sensibilities, Sarah Hethcoat’s debut EP is expertly crafted, danceable as more than just another insightful ingénue—she is a natural born artist and performer with a unique point of view” - Wendy Halley, John Loken, Maggie Martin, Erika Hallbourg, & Diane Burk


Sarah Hethcoat - Prosody (2008)
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Sarah Hethcoat - Faces (2008)
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Sarah Hethcoat - Nobody Likes a Bully (2008)
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Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Sarah Hethcoat isn’t afraid of hard work. Driven with a force seldom seen today, Hethcoat works at her musical craft every free moment of the day. While many artists wait for success to be handed to them, Hethcoat is busy creating her own. Hethcoat’s deep-rooted creativity was first discovered and explored through her study of the piano. While she exemplified a great deal of talent as a pianist, Hethcoat wanted more. Since she didn’t enjoy practicing scales and theory, you would most often find her writing and creating her own compositions.

Raised in Northern California, at the age of twelve, Hethcoat began studying voice and started to excel. She soon found herself landing leading roles in the world of musical theatre. Frequently told by her mentors that she had talent and stage presence well beyond her years and after appearing in over 25 musicals; Hethcoat made a choice that would once again change her life. As much as she loved the stage, she felt the need to venture outside of the characters she portrayed. Sarah Hethcoat wanted to come into her own sound. She had her own stories to tell.

“I knew it was something I had to do, and I knew I could do it … I simply needed to make the choice,” Sarah says about her decision to stop doing theater and pursue her own writing. “No one ever told me I could do it. No one said ‘this is how.’ It was just a feeling that wouldn’t go away. There was no other option. When I first moved to Los Angeles I would write with whoever I could. I had a day job working in the music business. I learned a lot sitting behind that desk, but my perspective and experience was so different. It was never about anything other than doing what I am doing now; working my craft-- writing great songs with great people, and sharing them with anyone who’d listen. Theatre had taught me the power of telling a good story, and that I had an ability to reach people through performance. I figured if I could apply what I’d learned in theatre to my own stories, it would work.”

Hethcoat’s songs are less about simple stories of relationships than they are about recognition of growth in oneself. They’re all very reflective. They center on learning to love and growing from the trials and tribulations that come with the territory.

Sarah is currently writing for Catalogs that place music in both TV & Film. She recently signed a co-publishing deal that will be placing some of her original music in TV, Film, Gaming, and Advertisement arenas. In addition to writing, Sarah performs both acoustically and with a full band all over Los Angeles. Sarah writes and plays with a long list of some of the best players in town. Some of her original material is available for purchase on Itunes, and other digital retail mediums.

For Licensing Inquiries:
Angry Mob Music, LLC
Marc Caruso - V.P. of Licensing & Administration