Tonight: Bluegrass Underground

Tonight: Bluegrass Underground

On Friday, Feb. 19, PBS will showcase The Best of Bluegrass Underground, a one-hour special featuring the finest performances from the first five seasons of the nine-time Emmy©-winning Americana music series. Airing at 10:00 p.m. EST on PBS stations nationwide as part of PBS Arts Friday night programming (make sure to check your local listings). This specially curated ‘Highlights’ Special includes (in order of appearance) Old Crow Medicine Show, Lucinda Williams, Vince Gill, Lee Ann Womack, Johnnyswim, Jason Isbell, Andrew Bird, Sarah Jarosz, Davina & The Vagabonds, Widespread Panic, and Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver. 

A Prairie Home Companion Saturday, Feb. 6th

A Prairie Home Companion Saturday, Feb. 6th

Sarah will once again join guest host Chris Thile as a part of the house band for this weekend's broadcast of A Prairie Home Companion, live from the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, MN. This week's special guests are Paul Simon, Andrew Bird and Maria Bamford as well as members of the Punch Brothers. The show airs live on Saturday night from 5 to 7 pm CT. 

A Prairie Home Companion

A Prairie Home Companion

Sarah performed her first of two weekends as a part of the house band on A Prairie Home Companion on Saturday with Guest Host Chris Thile. She joined guests Ben Folds, Brandi Carlile and Ed Helms, along with Punch Brothers and APHC's own Richard Dworsky. You can see videos from the show here. Be sure to tune in next week with musical guests Paul Simon and Andrew Bird. 

New York Times: I'm With Her, Three Americana Virtuosos

new york times I'm with her review
Lead vocals revealed distinctive voices: Ms. Watkins’s plaintive clarity, Ms. O’Donovan’s tremulous warmth, Ms. Jarosz’s hint of bluesiness. But when the three women sang together, their voices became one instrument, sharing every breath. There were two-part and three-part vocal harmonies that could be sweetly ethereal, or as tightly in tandem as country sibling teams like the Everly Brothers, or as hearty as mountain gospel. There were brisk, zigzagging, bluegrass-based tunes shared in precise unison by Ms. Watkins’s fiddle and Ms. Jarosz’s mandolin over Ms. O’Donovan’s rhythm guitar. There were toe-tapping banjo songs, like the trio’s version of John Hiatt’s “Crossing Muddy Waters.” And there were hushed ballads, like Ms. Jarosz’s “Run Away,” which connected deep Celtic roots to haunted private thoughts.
— New York Times

I'm With Her sings "O Holy Night"

O Holy Night

Getting ready for two special holiday shows next week in NYC (our last two shows for a long while). Stoked to announce members of The Knights will be joining for both shows. Kate Davis will support The Bowery Ballroom. Michael Daves will open Music Hall of Williamsburg!Tickets dwindling ... get them before they're gone.THUR DEC 10 ll The Bowery Ballroom ll New York - DEC 11 ll Music Hall of Williamsburg ll Brooklyn -

Posted by I'm With Her on Thursday, December 3, 2015

I'm With Her Covers" I Think Of You"

I’m With Her backstage in Tokyo, covering this Utah Phillips gem "I Think of You" Catch their last two shows of the...

Posted by I'm With Her on Monday, November 16, 2015

Sarah teams up with PRI

Sarah is honored to be a part of Public Radio International's November Ambassador Council's "Crossroads in the Heart of Texas," scheduled for November 12 and 13 in Austin, TX and surrounding area this Thursday and Friday, November 12 and 13. Sarah will join moderator and PRI host Marco Werman and Billy Crockett, musician and owner of Blue Rock Studio for a Q&A and song-swap session.

Photos from Japan

Beginning my long journey back to New York now. What an unbelievable time I'm With Her had here in Japan. From start to finish, we were treated with warmth and kindness and were able to sample some of the greatest food and coffee (and sake!) around. So thankful to our new friends here for making us feel right at home. Can't wait to come back!
- Sarah