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Country singer Sarah Darling shows off her electric and acoustic sides on her second album, Angels & Devils. Her duet with Vince Gill on “Bad Habit” is a touching piece of modest modern country while the title track, “Thank You” and “Something to Do With Your Hands” all take full advantage of modern country’s pop-influenced productions. Her covers of U2’s “With or Without You” and Elton John’s “Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word” are subtle interpretations that exhibit Darling’s sensitive side, which, it turns out, is where she truly excels. Her gentle phrasing on “Stop the Bleeding,” where she is accompanied with piano, has all the richness of a learned veteran. The “A Capella” version of “Something to Do With Your Hands” includes a light rhythm track alongside a vocal ensemble that perfectly mimics sparse instrumentation. There’s a lite-FM sentimentality to “Waiting On You” and “I Found In You” that suggests Darling could easily make the transition to adult-contemporary should she desire.

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Great Young Singer

I tend to disagree with some of the previous reviewers. I found her voice to be excellent with a very good range, she projects her feelings into the songs very well and the musical accompaniment is excellent. This is in fact one of the very few albums I have purchased in the past couple of years in which I enjoyed every song on the album. I look forward to more music from Sarah and really wish she expanded her performances to California. Country radio is doing her and their listeners a diservice by not playing more of her songs.


I had the honor of producing this album for Sarah, and wanted to clarify an otherwise nice review written above. The "A Capella" version of "Something To Do With Your Hands" is actually ALL vocal. There is no percussion/rhythm track. All the sounds you hear are done by mouth, specifically my mouth!! I'm very proud of this album,and glad to see others enjoying it. Sarah is a true talent, and I'm honored to have been a part of her young career.
Jimmy Nichols

Not As Strong As Her First Album

I've been a big fan of Sarah's since her first album came out and was looking forward to this release. While her launch song is fun and lively most of the album is not. Tracks 1, 2 and 3 are the most upbeat songs with 5 and 6 being ok. The rest of the album seems to be filler from her last time around and the last five songs have a early 90s country feel to them, which could be good if there was some sort of beat behind them.


Born: October 4, 1982 in Des Moines, IA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Country singer and songwriter Sarah Darling was born October 4, 1982 in Des Moines, Iowa. She first entered the public eye in 2003 when she was a Top Three finalist on the reality TV show The Entertainer, hosted by Wayne Newton. She wasn't the winner, but having just moved to Nashville, she set her sights on a career in country music. She released her debut album, Every Monday Morning, in the spring of 2009, following it in 2011 with a second album, Angels & Devils, in which she wrote or co-wrote...
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