Little Lonely is the "archetypal blue-collar heroine" known for her emotive torch and twang style. Her storytelling provides a sountrack for a forgotten American landscape, evoking Dust Bowl salvation, roadside general stores and towns submerged in lakes for the sake of progress.
Sarah Ault and the Slaughterhouse Five
At an old upright piano in the living room of her childhood home, Sarah began by improvising songs and singing them to her mother. Over the past two decades, through hundreds of performances in and outside Los Angeles, she has honed her skills and evolved into an artist with a sound all her own.