Sarah Elizabeth's ancient primal beautied voice rises out of Kentucky womb, where diamonds are born, and embraces all the world. Hearing Sarah's mystic indigenous voice re-energizes, inspires and transports me to another place.--Ron Whitehead, poet
Grammy Nominated Musician, Tony Redhouse accompanies Sarah on Native American flute, drum and many other instruments from indigenous cultures of the world.
William Bryan Ragland delivers soaring electric guitar solos to soothe the soul of any Southern Rock lover.
Sarah Elizabeth's voice and acoustic guitar have never been captured with such crystal clarity. Recorded by Kevin Ratterman late night at The Funeral Home in the sultry July heat of Kentucky, Sarah Elizabeth's voice drips with intense love, loss, grief, empowerment, and activist anthems. With DON'T DIE YET, Sarah picks herself and the listener up off the floor to live again with bold strength. This album is a spiritual experience.
Sarah recorded DON'T DIE YET immediately upon returning from the Sacred Black Hills of South Dakota. She spent a great deal of time on the Sioux Reservation with The International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers where she was honored to participate in the Sundance and many other sacred ceremonies. This spiritual energy is present in every song on the album. Listen and you will forever be changed.