Sarah Borges Live In Studio

Sarah Borges Live In Studio

During her busy week that includes a CD release party, performance with Girls, Guns and Glory, and being a mother, Massachusetts native and Emerson alum Sarah Borges had just enough time to stop by WERS studio. She played three songs off of her upcoming album, Radio Sweetheart, which is released Friday, and answered a few question for WERS.

Her CD release party happens Friday night at the Sinclair, and she told WERS that Radio Sweetheart is her first solo album in over a decade. “After the last tour, [The Broken Singles] were just financially and mentally fried. So I went at it alone for this next one.” She shared three songs off of her new album titled “Think of What You’ve Done”, “Girl With a Bow”, and “The Waiting and the Worry”, and all sounded incredible. While the songs matched her signature fusion of rock and country, it all sounded a lot more organic than her past releases.

Any listener can tell her new material is incredibly personal, and the emotion that radiated from her voice was powerful. During all three songs she had a smile on her face, giving reason to believe she is incredibly proud of her new work. When asked to say one thing to aspiring musicians she told us, “There is no such thing as a bad gig. Every gig makes you better.”

Make sure to grab a copy of her new album Radio Sweetheart, and try and make it out to her release party this Friday at the Sinclair.

By Mackenzie Cummings-Grady

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