Biography

Sara Gray is from a small town in Southern Maryland...

where her love for music was apparent at an early age.  Watching her father sing in his local band, Sara got her start singing in church, local theater productions, and performing the national anthem at various community events. During high school, Sara was in all honors classes and was very involved in various extra curricular activities including theatre arts where she landed the lead roles in her school’s musicals. While attending college and working on her nursing degree (Sara is currently a RN with Children's National Medical Center), Sara managed to juggle traveling with an ABBA tribute band as well as singing and dancing in Six Flags America theme park productions.

 

Sara has wowed thousands of fans singing the national anthem at Major League sporting events including the Washington Capitals, Washington Kastles, and Washington Nationals. Sara has also performed the national anthem for ESPN’s Pro-Bass Tournament, minor league football team- the Washington Eagles, minor league baseball team – the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, NIKE’s First Women's half marathon in Washington, D.C. to help raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and for The Preakness celebrations.  Sara has also sung “God Bless America” at the Toyota Owners 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond International Raceway.

She has been a regular performer in Washington DC and other US cities including San Antonio, Texas and Columbus, Ohio traveling with a corporate band. Various events and places she’s performed include; opening for Earth, Wind and Fire at the National Harbor, performing on the National Mall, and at multiple national museums including the Andrew Mellon Auditorium and the National Museum for Women.

 

Sara has been the featured artist with the Chesapeake Orchestra for the annual Christmas Tree Lighting at National Harbor and the River Concert Series at St. Mary’s College in historic St Mary’s City, MD.  Sara also willingly gives back to the community by performing for the Special Olympics, local benefits and many other charitable events.

 

As a solo artist, Sara’s passion for country music was able to shine.  She began playing guitar and writing her own songs at the age of 16. Sara has grown into an artist who knows who she is and where she's going. Sara is a breath of fresh air with a voice so pure it will touch your soul. Sara is a personality with star power who is loved by kids, grandparents and everyone in between. Her genuine love for people can be heard in every note she sings. Sara now has her own band and is working specifically on her original music as well as performing at many venues in the DC/MD/VA area. Sara has opened for Nashville’s Miranda Lambert in the VIP lounge at Jiffy Lube Live and was so well received that she was asked to return to open for Toby Keith, Dierks Bentley, the Zac Brown Band, Luke Bryan and the WMZQ Fest.  She and her band have opened for Nashville act Scarletta, Kellie Pickler and Little Big Town on the main stage at venues in Maryland and Washington, DC.  Sara has a fresh and current sound that is ready for radio. As a songwriter, Sara demonstrates a depth of range and emotion beyond her years. She writes with the heartfelt joy of a new love and the aching heartbreak of having to say goodbye. Sara’s sought after EP has just been released and is available now on iTunes along with 90 other digital partners.

 

The future is very bright for Sara Gray. A person who highly values faith, family and friends, Sara has said, “I’m just praying and we’ll see where God leads”. For someone whose career is headed for the stars she certainly has her feet planted firmly on the ground.