Saturday, February 20 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Independent and powerful, yet humble and relatable, Sadie Campbell and her heart-stirring voice will drive deep into your soul. From her country roots in rural British Columbia, Sadie’s passion for life fuels her lyrics and her drive for adventure. Armed with just her acoustic guitar, she blazed a path across Canada to NYC, and landed in Nashville, playing hundreds of shows and writing songs along the way. She’s opened for the likes of Rhett Miller (Old 97’s), William Duvall, and Rodriguez; participated in multiple showcases at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC and Nashville’s Americanafest, Spotlight615, and RMG Entertainment’s Nashville Nights; and was a part of Steve Earle’s Camp Copperhead.
Her recently released Glory EP, produced by Murray Pulver (The Bros. Landreth, Ariel Posen), is Sadie at her most honest and raw, an observation of her life journey so far, in a city far from her roots, discovering herself and the message we all need, that what’s most important lives inside us and can never be taken away.