Austin American-Statesman on “Motherlode”

June 30, 2006

Two dimensions of womanhood from Sara Hickman New double CD ‘Motherlode’ takes on a complex range of emotional colors By Brad Buchholz AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Friday, June 30, 2006 After recording […]

Austin American-Statesman: “Sara Hickman: Where Goodness Matters”

Acts of giving are basic part of Hickman’s life By Brad Buchholz AMERICAN-STATESMAN STAFF Friday, June 30, 2006 Singer Sara Hickman stands alone with her acoustic guitar before another packed […]

Dallas Observer on “Motherlode”

June 29, 2006

Mother’s Lode Sara Hickman hides the breast–but not much else–on her latest double-disc album By Sander Wolf Sara Hickman’s last concert at Poor David’s Pub didn’t have quite the air […]

Jupiter Index Profile

May 10, 2006

Living Life to the Fullest Jupiter Index, May-June 2006 By Sophia Castrillo She is a performer, producer, public speaker, painter, and a children’s advocate. Sara Hickman has enjoyed playing music […]

Puremusic interview with Sara Hickman

By Frank Goodman Although we’ve never done this before, if you’d like to set the stage and the mood for enjoying this interview, I suggest you begin by listening to […]

Listening with Lee Zimmerman – “Motherlode”

April 10, 2006

Sara Hickman has amassed an impressive career up to this point, but with Motherlode, she can claim an album that ought to mark here as an artist for the ages. […] on “Motherlode”

To paraphrase a defunct automaker’s catch phrase, “This is not your toddler’s Sara Hickman!” Hickman’s new double album, Motherlode, catches the prolific singer and writer of both adult and children’s […] on “Motherlode”

Musically, thematically, even spiritually, this two-disc meditation on motherhood and the joys and frustrations of women is the most wildly ambitious release of the veteran Texan’s career. After channeling her […]

Cincinnati CityBeat on “Motherlode”

Sara Hickman should have been listed among the front line of the women’s Folk movement in the late ’80s, but label treachery kept her from her rightful place. After extricating […]

Dallas Morning News on “Motherlode”

CD review: Sophisticated songs from Sara Hickman Hickman reminds us that her voice remains a force By THOR CHRISTENSEN / The Dallas Morning News Texas singer Sara Hickman has spent […]

FolkWax on “Motherlode”

A Triumphant Return You have to go back to 2002 and Faithful Heart to find Sara Hickman’s most recent studio recording that featured adult content. From 1999 through 2003 she […]

News 8 Austin on “Motherlode”

Hickman ventures back into adult music By: Andy Langer, News 8 Austin Watch Video Sara Hickman’s latest album cover pays homage to the Kama Sutra; this from a woman who’s […]

Austin Woman Magazine

November 10, 2003

SARA HICKMAN Singer, songwriter, free spirit, businesswoman, mother of two, wife, community do-gooder – happily wearing many hats By LYNETT OLIVER Not everyone who attended Houston’s High School for the […]

New Texas Magazine on “Two Kinds of Laughter”

May 10, 1998

Two Kinds of Laughter By BILL BRUZY Bill Bruzy: You have quite an expressive range. I listened to your latest CD, Two Kinds of Laughter, and read reviews of your […]

Billboard Magazine on “Two Kinds of Laughter”

May 2, 1998

CRITICS CHOICE SARA HICKMAN / Two Kinds Of Laughter Producer: Adrian Belew Shanachie 8029 POP Texas singer/songwriter distinguishes herself by her gorgeous, incandescent songs and fiercely independent spirit. An artist […]

Reviews: Austin Chronicle

April 10, 1998

After moving to the Dallas-Fort Worth area from the Midwest in the mid-’80s, Sara Hickman’s Piscean pluck immediately charmed most of the state right out of its Levis….in a live […]

“Hickman’s Appearance Full of Cunning Beauty” Dallas Morning News

Hickman’s Appearance Full of Cunning Beauty By CHRIS VOGNAR Staff Writer of The Dallas Morning News One local institution welcomed another Saturday night, as the reinvigorated Lakewood Theatre played host […]

Dallas Observer: “A Mother’s Kisses”

A Mother’s Kisses Sara Hickman doesn’t need to please anyone anymore By SHERMAKAYE BASS Sara Hickman said it herself. She was always the girl on the front porch…the girl next […]

Houston Press Review: “Two Kinds of Laughter”

SARA HICKMAN / Two Kinds Of Laughter (Shanachie) It’s been a while since Sara Hickman released a collection of new songs. After 1994’s Necessary Angels, she became a mom and […]

Billboard Magazine on “Misfits”

May 10, 1997

CRITICS CHOICE SARA HICKMAN / Misfits Producer(s): various Shanachie 8026 POP Label debut from Texan singer/songwriter Sara Hickman is "a collection of odds and ends" that (mostly) spans the last […]

Hickman’s ‘Misfits’ Defies Stereotyping

April 10, 1997

Houston Chronicle By RICK MITCHELL Sara Hickman’s new album, Misfits, collects musical mementos, previously unreleased songs, demo recordings and other stuff that just didn’t seem to fit on any of […]

Houston Chronicle – “She’s the Boss”

Houston-bred Sara Hickman has never been keen on constraints By HOBART ROWLAND "What I’ve always heard is: ‘You’ve got really great lips and you’ve got a really great voice.’ But […]

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