Sarah Allison Turner is a country music artist in Nashville, TN who delivers timeless music with edgy lyrics. While influenced by fellow artists such as Merle Haggard, Dixie Chicks, Miranda Lambert and Lee Ann Womack, she also grew up listening to Linda Ronstadt and The Eagles from her parents record collection. Her passion for performing and songwriting brought Sarah to Nashville from Bluefield, West Virginia.
Sarah has written songs for Alan Jackson (The Older I Get), Tyler Farr (I Should Go To Church Sometime), Randall King (Dent In It), and Gretchen Wilson (A Little Loretta). She has shared the stage with Eric Church, Jake Owen, Corey Smith, Lee Brice, Exile, Colt Ford, Drake White, Adam Craig, Jackie Lee, and Cody Johnson.
She has been featured by The Country Music Hall Of Fame, The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), The Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP), and Young Entertainment Professionals (YEP).
Sarah is currently working on a project with producer Bart Butler (Jon Pardi, Trace Adkins). She is published by Mojo Music & Media and True Bearing Entertainment and represented by Creative Artists Agency.