Ask My Lover
'Sarah Woolf is part of a wave of young singer-songwriters with an edge to their sounds. She is putting new energy into the acoustic music scene.' Patty Larkin About Sarah: Born in Boston, 1968, Sarah began an interest in music by picking out Beatles' songs by ear at the age of two, on her ukulele. Sarah's parents encouraged her to play music. By the time she was 15, she already played clarinet, other woodwinds, some brass, and guitar. At 16, Sarah became a singer songwriter and performed frequently as a street musician in Harvard Square. Sarah attended Antioch College (B.A. 1991 in Education/Visual Arts). It was at Antioch, Sarah established herself as a professional singer songwriter, and gigged with her friends, 'The Gits', 'Big Brown House' and many other bands. In 1990, Sarah released her first cassette, 'On The Levee'and sold 500 copies in three months at Antioch, which had approximately 300 students. Since Antioch, Sarah has been mainly residing in Boston, and has released a demo (1993) and a CD 'Ask My Lover' (1995) on her label Jus' lissen Productionsâ?¢. She will be releasing a new CD in early December of 2003.