Sarah Buxton

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About Sarah Buxton

From the start, Sarah Buxton's sensitive, clever songs earned her a place within Nashville's music industry. In the hands of Keith Urban, her song "Stupid Boy" turned into a career-making hit in 2007, establishing her as a powerful songwriter with commercial appeal while also opening a door to be a recording artist. While her eponymous 2010 album didn't tear up the charts, she did make it to number one duetting with David Nail on 2011's "Let It Rain," then briefly resurfaced in 2013 singing backing vocals for Florida Georgia Line. By that point, Buxton had eased back behind the scenes, working successfully as a songwriter for the Music City soap opera Nashville, a position she maintained through much of the 2010s. She revived her performing career in 2019 and kicked off the next decade with a pair of EPs including 2022's Moonriser.

Lawrence, KS, United States
July 3, 1980
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