Sarah Kang is a NYC-based singer-songwriter, whose genre is a seamless blend of jazz, R&B, and pop paired with thoughtful lyricism and warm, cozy vocals. Born in South Korea and raised in LA, Chicago, and Dallas, she grew up playing the piano and the French horn but never imagined she'd ever become a professional musician. Being raised in an immigrant family, a creative career was never presented to her as a real possibility - only a pipe dream. However, with the encouragement of her husband and friends in 2017, she quit her job as a music teacher and took the jump into full-time music. Since then, she has released two EPs (One and maybe i'm better now) and a full-length album titled how i remember. Her most well-known song "Summer Is for Falling in Love" has been featured in Nespresso, Uniqlo, and LG advertisements as well as Korean dramas and TV shows. Sarah often describes herself as someone who is perpetually nostalgic, sometimes preemptively nostalgic for moments that haven’t even passed yet. This results in a sort of timelessness in her songwriting, which evoke memories, tell intimate stories, and remind us of the finiteness of life, but also of hope for the future. Her show will be celebrating the release of Part 1 of her next full-length album titled Hopeless Romantic.
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