Sarah Darling At Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville

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Sarah Darling first made her mark on music as a finalist on the television talent show The Entertainer. She followed the advice of the show's judge, Wayne Newton, who told her that her voice and style are more suited to Nashville than Las Vegas.  Darling took the plunge and moved to Nashville, where she waited tables when she wasn't writing songs and performing in small clubs. Darling was discovered when a producer heard the original music she'd posted to her MySpace page and signed her to his record label.

Since then, Sarah Darling has released two albums, Every Monday Morning and Angels & Devils. Her single “Jack of Hearts” made CMT's top 20 countdown, and “Home to Me” and her cover of the Beatles' “Blackbird” are both frequently played on country music satellite radio. Darling made her debut on the Opry stage in February of 2011.
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