Best Folk Album & Best American Roots Performance

Best Folk Album & Best American Roots Performance

WOW!!! I'm beyond humbled and honored to have won my first TWO GRAMMY Awards yesterday for Best Folk Album and Best American Roots Performance! Lifelong dream come true. Endless thanks to ALL of you who have written sweet notes of congrats. I'm overwhelmed with kindness and so thankful for everyone who helped make this possible! WOOOOO! 

Listen to Sarah on Sirius XM over the Labor Day Weekend

Sept 4 Sunday on "The Village Folk Show" on The Bridge, (SiriusXM ch32 and on the SiriusXM App)

Sept 4 Sunday 6:00am-10:00am ET Sarah Jarosz Exclusive! on around 9:00am ET
Sept 4 Sunday 8:00pm-12:00 midnight PT Sarah Jarosz Exclusive! on around 11:00pm PT

This show will rebroadcast on SiriusXM The Village ch741 online in the USA and Canada all week 

Sept 5 Monday 9:00pm ET / 6:00pm PT (Village Folk Show 6-10 PM ET) 
Sept 6 Tuesday 3:00pm ET / 12noon PT (Village Folk Show 12-4 PM ET)
Sept 6 Tuesday 6:00pm ET / 3:00pm PT
Sept 8 Thursday  11:00am ET / 8:00am PT (Village Folk Show 8-12 PM ET)
Sept 9 Friday 12noon ET / 9:00am PT
Sept 10 Saturday 10:00am ET / 7:00am PT

Sarah Jarosz Returns to Mountain Stage

Sarah Jarosz guitarist, Undercurrent new album
Sarah Jarosz Mountain Stage 2016
Sarah Jarosz guitar Mountain Stage live

Sarah returns to Mountain Stage this week with songs from her new album Undercurrent. Click here to listen to her live performance of "House of Mercy."

 The show also features Robbie Fulks, Over the Rhine, The Black Lillies, and Steve Forbert.

Photos by Josh Saul / Mountain Stage

‘Undercurrent’ by Sarah Jarosz Review: An Economical Approach to Passion

The 25-year-old presents her latest country-flavored folk songs in an intimate environment

sarah jarosz undercurrent new album review
On her new album, “Undercurrent” (Sugar Hill), out this week, singer-composer Sarah Jarosz prizes simplicity, presenting her latest country-flavored folk songs in an intimate environment. Moving away from the verdant, experimental arrangements of her 2013 Grammy-nominated “Build Me Up From Bones,” the 25-year-old performs four songs accompanied only by her guitar. On four others, she’s joined only by Mark Schatz’s upright bass and the guitar of either Jedd Hughes or Luke Reynolds. On all, her soprano remains pure and affecting.
— The Wall Street Journal, Jim Fusilli