Sarah Peacock is a powerhouse singer/songwriter originally from Atlanta, GA, but now resides indefinitely in a Nissan Cube. She managed to pull off two cross-country tours in 2012 and performed over 250 dates last year. Sarah Peacock has most recently appeared at venues and festivals such as The Mohegan Sun and the International Balloon Fiesta main stage. Her new song “Hurricane” (written as a tribute for Sandy victims) was featured on the CBS Morning Show NYC on November 13th, 2012. Money from iTunes sales of “Hurricane” will benefit Sandy victims. Also amidst the superstorm aftermath, Peacock performed a concert in Red Bank, NJ raising nearly $1,000 for Bon Jovi’s Soul Kitchen.
While on the road during her latest tour (spanning 46 states including Alaska, 30,000 miles, 5 months, and 132 shows), Sarah Peacock produced her sophomore studio effort, “Albuquerque Sky.” She was featured earlier this year on Nashville’s Music City Roots performing with Barry Waldrep. The record will release in early 2013. Other appearances include features on Comcast, WGN, Me.TV, various FOX affiliate shows and radio stations across the country.
Sweet and soulful is the sound of Nashville based singer/songwriter Steff Mahan. With a voice that is pure and powerful and lyrics that are heart-crafted and rock-solid, it’s hard to not get hooked on the emotional truth that comes out of this born songwriter’s mouth. Mahan's entertaining Americana mix of rock, roots, folk and country has generated three albums, including her most recent release, Never a Long Way Home. Mahan signed a recording contract with Nashville record label, Century Music Group (CMG) in early 2013 and is in the process of working on her 4th and most anticipated album to date which is expected to be released mid-2013.
Performing approximately 200 hundred dates a year, Mahan has graced the stages of such notable venues as Atlanta's Eddie's Attic, Nashville's The Bluebird Cafe, NYC's The Bitter End, Charlotte's The Evening Muse, and Birmingham's Workplay Theater. She has shared the stage with such big name artists as Patty Griffin, The Indigo Girls, Tift Merritt, 10,000 Maniacs, Blame Sally, Holly Williams and Antigone Rising.