In this weeks episode Tobin chats with Ontario Singer/ Songwriter , Sarah Wickett. Sarah talks about her new song What We Do and her EP. She explains how she traded in her pen and paper for well a pen and paper and guitar. Sarah orignally went to Ryerson for journalism but decided to pursue her passion in music, that's what I mean.
She talks about how she would practice Christina Aguilera's songs and like many other young Canadian artists, she found her calling for country-pop through Shania Twain and the album Up. So check out the latest episode of the podcast to learn more about this young artist.
Sarah Wickett, was raised in Beaverton, Ontario. Her time spent, hunting, fishing, and watching sunsets on the water was intertwined with a distinctly musical upbringing, surrounded by a family who shared her passion. Her small-town roots inspired her songwriting as she was growing up, while artists like Shania Twain, Carrie Underwood, Christina Aguilera helped to shape her sound and feed her creativity