Angelic, soulful, and stunning have been a few of the words used to describe Sarah Siddiqui's voice. She sings right from the core, it's as if you're invading her privacy as a listener. Her lyrics and songwriting style is poignant, poetic, direct, honest and thought provoking.
Sarah has already shared the stage with many prominent Canadian acts: Shaye (Dahmnait Doyle, Kim Stockwood, Tara McLean), Chris Brown & Kate Fenner, Taima (Aboriginal Juno Winners), Diggin Roots, Mark Cassidy, Peter Katz, Dayna Manning, Jean O'brien, as well as formidable musicians, Tim Bovaconti (Ron Sexsmith), Santosh Naidu (k-os), Michael Churchill, Paul Brennan, and David Celia. She's also recorded with critically acclaimed instrumentalist Jesse Cook, and backing vocals for Mexican rock band Chikita Violenta produced by Dave Newfeld (Broken Social Scene), at their request. In 2003 Sarah was nominated for best singer/songwriter at the MyBindi Awards. Sarah's voice is a thing of
beauty as it's grounded right in her soul. There's a purity...a brutal honesty in her songwriting. She doesn't beat around the bush or sugar coat the dark times. She is a musical and lyrical rarity and has been carving out her own path...a talent to be reckoned with.
To add Sarah's music has been featured in European TV and feature film 'Triggermen' directed by Donnie Whalburg in 2004. At the time she was AKA 'Batool'. Sarah was also casted as a guitarist in Danny DeVito directed feature film 'Death to Smoochy', starring Robin Williams and Edward Norton.
Current seeking a booking agent for national and international bookings