Mary Sarah was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma on July 7, 1995. At the age of 8, she began performing in her church and soon after she appeared on radio stations and in regional Opry Theaters. In 2007, at the age of 12, she would started to tour as a featured lead singer and dancer in Kidz Bop. Mary Sarah signed with the Osbrink Talent Agency at 11 years old and remained part of their team until she was 14 when she returned to Texas where she continued to perform in local and regional Opry Theaters.
In January 2011, Mary Sarah received an invitation to meet The Oak Ridge Boys after member Joe Bonsall saw her video performance of “Don’t Stop Believin” at the Sugar Land Idol Competition in Texas. Mary Sarah credits the support and love she received from The Oak Ridge Boys for helping her music career move forward. In April 2014, Mary Sarah made her Ryman Auditorium debut on the Opry Country Classics night appearing with Lynn Anderson and The Oak Ridge Boys on a night to remember the late Ray Price. On July 29, 2014, Mary Sarah released her album “Bridges” with independent music label, Cleopatra Records. The album features duets with Dolly Parton, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, Lynn Anderson, Ronnie Milsap, Big & Rich and many more.
On February 29 2016, she auditioned for season 10 of The Voice with Connie Francis’ song “Where the Boys Are.” All four coaches turned around and she chose Blake Shelton as her coach. Mary Sarah did not win The Voice, but came very close and she was happy with the opportunity she was given to grow as an artist. In May 2016, she made her Grand Ole Opry debut.
Mary Sarah still has some exciting things that are happening in 2016. She is playing live shows in Nashville and Texas. Mary Sarah’s music is available through YouTube, ITunes and Spotify. To find out any news about Mary Sarah, follow her social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter or Instagram).