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Sara Hickman + Rolling Stones’ Song = A New Anthem for Front Line Workers
Singer-songwriter Sara Hickman revised a Rolling Stones song, “Salt of the Earth,” as a tribute to those who have kept society going…
John Aielli interviews Sara on "Eklektikos", touching on her music retirement and her new project "An Eclectic Array of Texas Musicians Coloring Book."
Eclectic soundscapes and a wide range of rhythms to surround Hickman, whose vocals might be the most varied and emphatic of her career.
Sara Hickman’s Shine resonates with singular luminosity. The Austin-based songwriter spoke to CMT Edge about Shine, her songwriting process and why she recorded in California.
Two of Austin’s most revered singer-songwriters deliver new albums this month. Sara Hickman’s Shinecame out yesterday, while Darden Smith’s Love Callingsees the light of day next week. I got the two longtime veterans of the local scene together to talk about their music, where they’ve been, and what they’re doing now.
Sara Hickman: Shine
By Zachary Houle 22 July 2013
PopMatters Associate Music Editor
Nothing But Nice
Sara Hickman might just be the most famous musician you’ve never heard of. She’s been named the Official State Musician of Texas in 2010, preceded by Willie Nelson and followed…
Don't label the Texas singer-songwriter folk, country, bluegrass, jazz, rock ‘n’ roll or pop, because she plays them all and a whole lot more.
Freed from production, business issues, Sara Hickman fully focused on music on new disc ‘Shine’
Montrose Press | By Mike Easterling, Managing Director | June 27, 2013
Sara Hickman is not a bus driver. But make no mistake about it — for the past…
Sara Hickman: Why I Am Not Going to Eurovision
May 25, 2012 at 3:25 PM
By Sara Hickman, Official State Musician of Texas
I have declined an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit a beautiful country and witness the world’s most-watched cultural event. That’s because my trip…
A battle of conscience is under way in America after recently released figures showed there had been a dramatic fall in the number of death sentences. Sky's Greg Milam visited Texas to hear both sides of the argument.