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Jan Abbott, Editor Cross Country Magazine, June 2004 - 'Without a shadow of doubt, that is the best British country band I have ever seen!' - 'the CD leaves you spellbound and stunned in awe'

Nottingham Evening Post - 'She has a powerful voice that belts out raunchy rock anthems as easily as tender love ballads'

Peavey Monitor Magazine - 'widely regarded as one of the finest exponents of pedal steel guitar anywhere in the world'

Cross Country Magazine - 'the finest home nurtured artiste we have ever produced'

Newark Advertiser - 'The performance was exactly what the crowd wanted and they responded in full heart'

Time Out - 'smooth and accomplished'

The Stage - 'a leading light of her chosen genre', 'vocally reminiscent of Celine Dion at times', 'a woman to be reckoned with'

Guitarist - 'undisputed slide and steel playing abilities', 'extremely talented'

Mojo - 'A dab hand at the slide and steel guitar'

The Northern Echo - 'One of the best albums I've heard from a British artist'

Country Music News and Routes - 'one of this country's leading talents'

Rock n Reel - 'a multi-instrumental prodigy - Sarah Jory combines the musical technique of Albert Lee and the vocal quality of Bonnie Raitt'

The Gazette - 'princess of the steel guitar', 'a multi-talented performer'

Bath Chronicle - 'unique in the world', 'without doubt one of the highlights of the Bath 2002 International Guitar Festival'

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Steelin From The Blue Room
What I Really Meant To Say
The Sarah Jory Band Live!
Kiss My Innocence
Love with Attitude
Web of Love
20 Steel Guitar Favourites
New Horizons
Dallas City Lights
Deep in the heart of Texas
The Way To Survive
Cross Country
Sarah on Steel
Wind Beneath My Wings



Roots music greatly influenced Sarah Jory from her earliest childhood years; she got her first steel guitar when she was five, played her first concert when she was six, joined her first band at nine and by the age of 11 she had cut her first album.
Two decades later, she has become a leading light in the current force of contemporary country music. She regularly sells out venues across Europe and is now rated among the world's top five pedal steel guitar players. Sarah also plays mandolin,acoustic guitar, slide blues guitar, banjo and keyboards, and has a powerful voice that belts out raunchy rock anthems as easily as tender love ballads.
International success started with her first visit to America when she was only 13, to appear at the annual Steel Guitar convention in St Louis, Missouri. Sarah recalls playing a closing set with one of her biggest heroes Buddy Emmons, who remarked “She is one of the finest creative steel guitarists I have ever heard”.
In 1985, the British Country Music Association voted Sarah as the most promising new act, and since then, she's picked up almost every country award conceivable in this country: for eight consecutive years in the 1990's, she was voted Female Vocalist of the Year by the British Country Music Association, and since 1997, she has been voted European Country Rock Entertainer of the year.
Over the last couple of years Sarah has toured throughout the world, enjoying success in the UK, France, Germany, Austria, Poland, Holland, Scandinavia, Belgium, Switzerland, Lithuania and Australia and has appeared at major festivals and on major TV and radio programmes in all of these countries.
Sarahs music is contemporary country, although a broader awareness and appreciation for various musical cultures distinguishes it as well. Sarah is regarded as one of the best guitarists and live performers on the modern music scene.