Songstress Sarah Atereth is renowned for her unique writer’s voice, and sultry vocal style.
Sarah's current single "Without You" recently hit #1 in the UK. Co-written with Bryan Adams and Chris Palmaro, "Without You" is roaring into clubs and radio all over the world supported by top DJs such as Tiesto, Paul Oakenfold and Steve Aoki.
This Music Week, Billboard and DMC Chart queen's latest slice of beautiful dancefloor action "Without You," is Sarah's fifth consecutive hit worldwide.
Sarah was named the Future Face of 2012 by Music Week Magazine, one of only four artists in the entire world.
Sarah’s previous single “It Doesn’t Take Much” is the third consecutive Top Ten Billboard hit for Sarah following the success of “Fade Away” and “Out of My Mind”.
Sarah’s songs have been remixed by some of the most famous DJs in the dance world including Tracy Young, Tony Moran, and Solasso.
Sarah's single, "Fade Away," debuted at #1 on the UK charts, unseating Deep Dish’s remix of Stevie Nicks' "Dreams". "Fade Away" was the #1 most played song on XM Satellite Radio's bpm station. With "Fade Away," Sarah became a Top 40 Mainstream charting recording artist as reported by Radio & Records. She again charted on CHR/Mainstream with her follow up single, “You Wouldn’t Know How.”
“You Wouldn’t Know How” slammed into clubs and onto the radio hitting #3 on the DJ Times National Dance/Crossover Chart. “You’ll find yourself wanting to spin and bop around the dance floor, or across your own living room with the volume blasting on the stereo,” exclaims writer Chris S. Witwer.
Every single song Sarah has ever released has charted on Billboard, and every single song Sarah has released to Top 40 radio has charted on CHR/Mainstream radio.
Sarah was nominated for the prestigious Winter Music Conference IDMA award for Best Breakthrough Artist for 2005 and 2006.
Sarah writes or co-writes every one of her songs. Her lyrics are at once profound, graceful with a keen intellect and elegant musicality. To see Sarah onstage is to see charisma in motion.
Sarah's debut album, "Beguile," is executive produced by Rick Chertoff. Rick was responsible for the breakthrough albums of Cyndi Lauper and Joan Osborne with such classics as "Time After Time," "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," and "One Of Us."
While completing her degree at Columbia University, Sarah immersed herself in New York City's art scene. She studied voice with revered faculty of the Juilliard School and dance with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre masters.
Sarah has always stood her own ground. The recording of "Beguile" is no exception. In an effort to create the album she wanted to make, Sarah co-founded her own record label, aptly titled Beguile Records. This vehicle provided Sarah the opportunity to retain her artistic integrity.