Sarah Yeo

Sarah Yeo

Sunday 5 March 2023
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Ashburton Arts Centre


Book here now: £14 full price • £10 or £7 if you prefer – please pay what you can*

“Native Devonian girl Sarah Yeo has been making a impression on the live music scene for at least two decades performing her way around many venues both large and small in the UK. In more recent years she has won fans performing across the pond in New York City and California. Likened to voices such as Karen Carpenter, the Corrs, Mary Chapin Carpenter to name a few. Her versatility has made for a very interesting gigging past playing in various bands and as a soloist she has also gained endorsements from household names,

Shane Richie “what a voice! ” and Nina Myscow “She should be a star”. Sarah who has shared line ups with the Brand New Heavies, Incognito, Craig Charles and has played stages such as Mello, Midwinter, Glas – denbury, Dart and Exeter Respect festivals feels her varying experience on the road has greatly enriched her musical senses, and is what’s enabling her songwriting to cross over in to many different genres. Several of Sarah’s tracks have enjoyed radio play on BBC and Independent Radio Stations and has the frequent support of ARC FM,, East Devon Radio, Riviera FM and an army of online stations and shows including ‘Live in the Living Room’, Visual Radio Arts, Russell Hills Country, UK Country DC Brown. Highlights include playing at Exeter City Football ground, Switching on Exeter City and Torquay Festive lights, Supporting Nashville’s Cheley Tackett, Texas’s Bob Cheavers, Kezia Gill, Gaz Brookfield, The Drifters… Over the course of her career so far perhaps one of the biggest accolades was to be named by one time audience member Jim Marshall (founder of Marshall amps) as his favorite singer.”

* * * * Maverick Magazine

* * * * RnR Magazine

BBC INTRODUCING “Beautiful Voice”

BBC INTRODUCING ” Brilliant Narrative Folk”


MAVERICK MAGAZINE “Amazing vocals, an artist who is evolving and raising the bar at the same time”

RnR MAGAZINE ” Plenty to tickle the ear!”

RnR MAGAZINE “Roadie is a great Song that blends Romanticism with life on the road!”

FOREVER BRITISH COUNTRY – “Really lovely Harmonizing, I love how Sarah Yeo has Really honed her sound”

“Wow, What a Voice” Shane Richie


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