Sarah Hart


Sarah Hart is a songwriter, musician, recording artist in the Christian music markets.

She is one of the leading figures in contemporary Catholic music today. Her songs of faith, spirit of joy, and love for teaching and leading workshops have touched the lives of thousands.

Originally from Lancaster, Ohio, Sarah fell in love with both reading and writing poetry in college and created her own degree in Music Theory and Contemporary Composition at The Ohio State University. Now based in Nashville, Tennessee, she’s on the road a good part of the year leading concerts and events while juggling a busy songwriting, production and recording career.

Many of Sarah’s songs are part of the common worship experience of Catholics in the U.S. She has recorded 12 full-length collections with a signature blend of folk, pop and rock which delight listeners of every age. Sarah’s most recent collection, Love As Never Before, includes four new titles, a psalm and the well-loved Mass of St. Mary Magdalene.

Sarah’s dynamic energy, sense of humor and deep faith make her events unforgettable experiences. She especially enjoys exploring topics around women’s spirituality and leading parish missions. She has written and created five popular retreats, as well as content for intergenerational missions, diocesan conferences and national events.

In October of 2013, Sarah had the deep honor of performing for Pope Francis and a crowd of 150,000 in St. Peter's Square.

Sarah is also a Grammy Nominee and BMI Winner (Song of the Year, “Better Than A Hallelujah”), a Mark Award Winner for TV/Film Music Writing (“This Moment”), an ALA Odyssey Award Winner (Excellence in Audiobook Production, Score Writer, “Du Iz Tak”) and an Audie Awards Nominee (Excellence in Audiobooks, Score Writer, “Say Something”). Her music has been recorded by many artists including Amy Grant, Celtic Women, Matt Maher and The Newsboys.

She lives with her husband and two daughters in Nashville. , , Soundcloud , X , Facebook
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