Sarah Boulton
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  • Port Colborne, Ontario
  • Canada
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Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's page Get Your Song Professionally Produced and Recorded!
"Here is my song "Missing"! I wrote it because I had lost my voice for a couple of months which scared me more than anything in my life! So to me, it's about laryngitis. Here is goes! Thanks for this awesome experience…"
Jun 3, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post Songwriting Exchange: Story Songs
"@Becca Kling, I loved Run Girl! That could have a really haunting production to it. It was gorgeous :) My favourite line is "he's got a kryptonite touch that you can't resist". My only piece of advice is if you can find some…"
Jun 3, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post Get into the Groove
"Here's a song I wrote called "Out of the Rain" :)   https://soundcloud.com/#sarah-boulton-5/out-of-the-rain   I try to slow it down And hold on to what I feel now I know what it's like inside The heavy clouds of stormy…"
Jun 3, 2014
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Jun 2, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post Get into the Groove
"@Madison Marie Marino. First of all, you have a lovely voice! (No pun intended!) I also think the way you sing some of your words to fit the rhythm is really unique. I enjoyed listening! If I could give one suggestion, it's that the phrase…"
Jun 2, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post Songwriting Exchange: Story Songs
"My story song is called "She's Gone". It's not a specific title from "What's in a Title", but something that was inspired by it anyway :) I wrote this song with two friends of mine: Jeff Brown and Jordan Sheldrake.…"
Jun 1, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post Communal Title
"I started writing an idea for the title "Take Me Somewhere Else" by Robert Gee today. It's only a chorus so far, but I'm excited to keep working on…"
Jun 1, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post Visual Inspiration
"Anna Pearl, thank you so much for the comment!! I find the image really powerful too. Several interpretations are possible! :)"
May 31, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post Songwriting Exchange: The Art of Limits
"@Kelley Ahlstrom, that's a really catchy song, good job! I like the cool rhythm you play on the guitar as well. The only thing I might be able to suggest would be to shorten the chorus a bit by taking out the second "Lay me down…"
May 31, 2014
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May 31, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post Songwriting Exchange: The Art of Limits
"Thanks Deidre, for the feedback! I agree that lingering on the D would help the song a lot. I'll try it out. :)"
May 30, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post Get into the Groove
"@ Hannah Larson, I really liked the repeating ostinato in the bass notes all the way through "Get Out". It was a nice contrast to your voice, and the whole song was haunting to me, which is awesome! I also loved your lyrics. Well written!"
May 30, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post Songwriting Exchange: The Art of Limits
"I used the chords D, A, Bm, G to write a new version of one of the songs I wrote 4 years ago, called "Shadow". It always seemed to be missing something. Apparently it was simplicity! I added harmonies as well. Hope you guys like…"
May 30, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post Visual Inspiration
"I used Salvador Dali's "The Persistence of Memory" aka "Clocks" as my visual inspiration. I really enjoyed this exercise. What I came up with surprised me. Here's a new song called  "All of the…"
May 29, 2014
Sarah Boulton commented on Carnegie Hall's blog post What's in a Title?
"Awesome exercise! 1. Walls 2. Risk It 3. Summer Light 4. My Enemy 5. Don't Want to Forget 6. Thought I Knew  7. You Were First 8. Hold On 9. Missing 10. Tell Me a Story"
May 19, 2014
Evan Taylor left a comment for Sarah Boulton
"Hey Sarah! Welcome to our community. Check our group section...I think you'll find one or more groups to fit your interests."
Apr 16, 2014

Profile Information

I am a:
Student, Performing Artist
My school is:
Brock University
My style(s) of music:
Folk, Pop
I am interested in:
Composing / Arranging, Conducting, Film Scoring / Soundtracks, Music Theory, Performing, Recording / Producing / Engineering, Songwriting / Writing Lyrics
My musical instrument(s):
Flute, Guitar, Saxophone, Piano / keyboard, Percussion, Timpani, Vibraphone, Voice
My other musical interests, styles, and instruments are:
Rock, choral, a cappella, classical, jazz, indie
My favorite artists, influences, and inspirations are:
Sarah McLachlan, Amy Lee, A Fine Frenzy, Bastille, Halestorm, A Great Big World, Jason Mraz, Christina Perri, and many more!
More about me:
Music is my life and my absolute passion! I love to create. I've been writing songs since I was seven years old, which have thankfully gotten a lot less cheesy over the years. I've also composed and arranged songs for choirs. My voice is my number one instrument and singing is one thing that gets me through anything. I also play a variety of other instruments and I always love learning more.
I've been a performing artist since I was thirteen, and have played in Festivals, clubs, cafes, and restaurants throughout Ontario. I have also had the opportunity to go to a songwriters night in Nashville, TN.
Most recently, I've been working on recording my songs so I can share them with people!

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At 4:09pm on April 16, 2014, Evan Taylor said…

Hey Sarah! Welcome to our community. Check our group section...I think you'll find one or more groups to fit your interests.

 
 
 

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