By Day & By Night: Ms. Sara, The Working Artist

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Photo: Tom McCarthy Jr.

Photo: Tom McCarthy Jr.

SWS: Your style inspirations?

MS: Growing up, there was this musician, Robin Pleur, and she was really funky—she wore big hats and foofy dresses. As the singer of the band, I like to be the focus. If you have a professional appearance and you sound good, people will be like, “She knows what she’s doing; she’s got it together.”

SWS: Your musical inspiration?

MS: Growing up I was interested in opera and musical theatre, and striving for perfection when I discovered Joni Mitchell’s music. I realized emotion and storytelling moved me more. Obviously I want to be the best musician I can but perfect is never the end game.

SWS: Where we can find your music?

MS: My album, “Inside Out,” is coming out soon on iTunes and Bandcamp with free streaming. You can also find me on my website,, and my Facebook page.


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As a professional writer and editor, Hanni Werner has worked on a variety of journalism and communication projects, mostly in and around Baltimore City. She is particularly interested in exploring the unique flavor of Baltimore—both its successes and challenges. Communities are built on the stories of individuals, and those are her favorite ones to tell.

  • Steve

    You go, Sara! Nice article too.