Sarah Perrotta

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Template:BLP unreferenced Sarah Perrotta is a Hudson Valley based singer, songwriter and pianist.

Career

Perrotta's first album, Drink the Sky (2000), was released under the band name Outloud Dreamer, a duo with bassist and producer Carl Adami. Perrotta's second album, The Well (2008), includes renowned bassist Tony Levin and Garth Hudson on accordion and was mixed by Malcolm Burn. Following the release of The Well, Perrotta toured internationally with acts including Guster, Jason Colette of Broken Social Scene and The Barenaked Ladies. Perrotta's third album, Tonight (2010), includes Tony Levin on bass, guitarist Johnnie Wang and drummer Will Olsen.

Perrotta's music has been used in soundtracks for NBC Adventure Sports episodes, FOX TV, commercials and several independent films including Big UP Productions rock climbing documentaries Dosage Volume I, Frustration = Motivation and Changing Identities, a story of Traumatic Injury and Art narrated by actress Meryl Streep. Perrotta is currentlyTemplate:When? working on her fourth album with drummer and producer Jerry Marotta at Dreamland Recording Studios in Hurley, New York.

Discography

  • Outloud Dreamer – Drink the Sky (2000)
  • Sarah Perrotta – The Well (2008)
  • Perrotta – Tonight (2010)

External links

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