1.2 million miles, 2,800 shows, and 13 years flying solo is one heck of a road trip. Sarah Peacock bridges gaps between Country, Blues, Americana, and Rock-N-Roll. Her music is raw, truth telling, and fiercely unique.
Held hostage by a record label at 21, the troubadour life came with a rude awakening for the young Georgia native. Peacock made her home in a ‘92 Volvo with her dog and a guitar, and for nearly seven years earned a living in the corner shadows of American dive bars.
The tables turned in 2011, and since then she has continued to tour. Sarah has released six albums, winning multiple awards for her songwriting.
From RCA Studio A “project golden child” to street orphan practically overnight, Peacock was ghosted by her entire team and producer without explanation in 2015. That was the catalyst that launched her next album, “Dream On,” and landed Sarah her first tour bus. But less than 4 months later, she was watching it burn to the ground at a California truck stop. Sarah’s fans quickly came to the rescue with a fundraiser, which is what kept her on the road. That special connection between Sarah and her fans is what put her in Hank Williams Jr.’s former tour bus, one year after the devastating loss.
In 2017, she signed with In Tune Entertainment and American Roots Records. Her upcoming EP, “Hot Sheet Motel,” will release in May 2018.