Sara Petite | Tiger Mountain

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Tiger Mountain

by Sara Petite

Americana- Sounds like a modern day June Carter, songs about the road, heart break and home. Ranges from mountain bluegrass to roots rock, classic music.
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. Coming Home
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2. I'm Leaving
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3. Shine Some Heaven
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4. Ruby
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5. Where the Huckleberries Grow
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6. Standing On the Corner
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7. Look What Your Doing
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8. Gypsy Friend
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9. Don't Let the Sunset
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10. Old Friend
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11. Tiger Mountain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Sara Petite
Americana Singer-Songwriter

Raised where the wild huckleberries grow, Sara originally hails from Sumner, Washington, a Tulip Farming town Southeast of Seattle. She grew up riding her Dad's Seaplane and on the back of his Honda motorcycle. Her mother raised a son and a trio of women and gave each of them a strong backbone and sense of self.

Having played piano from a young age, Sara began playing guitar and soon moved to writing her own songs. With strong roots in country and classic rock, she falls firmly under the genre of Americana. Sara's inspiration for songwriting comes from fond memories of home and her many travels throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Western and Eastern Europe.

Two of her songs - Shine Some Heaven and Coming Home - which are on the Tiger Mountain Album made the semi-finals in the 2005 International Songwriting Competition. Also received an honorable mention award for - Coming Home - in the American Songwriter Magazine, and an honorable mention - Shine Some Heaven - in the Great American Songwriting Contest.

Her influences are legends such as Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard, Bob Dylan, Hank Williams, the Beattles and The Rolling Stones. Other influences John Mellencamp, Shelby Lynne, Lucinda Williams, Tom Petty, Lyle Lovett, Gillian Welch, Matraca Berg, Patti Griffin, John Prine.


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Bodies

Gotta catch more shows
I've only seen Sara twice and that will change. Just picked up both of her CDs....finally

Michael Mickey

Great Voice & Wonderful Song Selections !
Sara has a great voice and this CD contains some wonderful song selections that match her voice perfectly.

Jean Wolverton


Heartwarming and broken hearted tales about a small town girl setting out to see the world. The more I listen to it the more I can't put it down. She sounds a bit Dolly Parton at time, but then again she sounds like no one else. I relate to Gypsy Friend, I have had a few of those in my day. The music is real and true, and tugs at your heart.

dnicol

Excellent!
This CD is great!

lindseyf

Awesome CD! Sara has such a great sound
Awesome CD! Sara has such a great sound

Rusty Jones

This girl's heart is in the right place
American music, the REAL american spirit. Someone we can be proud of.

Rusty Jones

cathy

Love it
Sometimes I have a certain favorite, and then it changes. Therefore, they are all great songs.