The Good ManAugust 9, 2022
“The Good Man” is a song I wrote for Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman, who courageously redirected the violent insurgents away from our Members of Congress on January 6.
Salt of the EarthOctober 14, 2020
The Hard Working People Project was produced by Sara Hickman to bring awareness to the fact so many of us are working tirelessly and courageously during this time of covid. From mail carriers, nurses, doctors, grocery store employees, mom & pop shop owners, garbage collectors, non-profits, protestors, teachers, neighbors… you.
The Trouble With BoxesMay 27, 2015
Video created by Ben Rowe. “The Trouble With Boxes” is from Sara Hickman’s latest album Shine, available now, everywhere!
Directed by Robert Greeson. “Selfish Freak” is from Sara Hickman’s latest album Shine, available now, everywhere!
The Day I Lost My Car
Directed by Earl Lundquist. “Day I Lost My Car” is Sara Hickman’s new single, available now everywhere!
Always A Saint
From Sara Hickman’s double album MOTHERLODE, the music video for “Always A Saint.” Video produced by Blue Tractor Productions and directed by Ralph Sulser.
Palin’ By Comparison
Let’s take a look at some truly accomplished women, shall we? “Palin’ By Comparison” was written and performed by Sara Hickman, the 2010-2011 Official State Musician of Texas.
Sara Hickman’s award-winning short film about Joy, a homeless woman she befriended. Directed by Sara Hickman, edited by Kim Moslander.
As featured on “Vampire Diaries.” From Sara Hickman’s double album MOTHERLODE, the music video for “Mad World.” For more information about Sara, visit http://www.sarahickman.com.
Performed by Sara Hickman and Lili Blessing, video produced by Cowan Creative.
Equal Scary People
We’re all Equal Scary People in this video from Singer Songwriter Sara Hickman.
I Couldn’t Help Myself
The music video for Sara Hickman’s adult contemporary hit, “I Couldn’t Help Myself.” Directed by Matt Mahurin.
Central to our life together is the sharing of our faith stories. From First United Methodist Church of Austin.
A Dollop of DaisyMay 27, 2007
Sara Hickman’s bouncy commercial for Daisy Sour Cream added “Dollop” to America’s everyday vocabulary.