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video ‘stache: SARAH DARLING on Nashville and Linda McCartney

Sarah Darling sings a tribute to Linda McCartney on Let Us In Nashville

Fans have been gravitating towards Sarah Darling‘s heartfelt rendition of the Sir Paul McCartney classic ‘Blackbird‘ and beginning today, music lovers can download the track on iTunes. As heard in heavy rotation on SiriusXM’s The Highway, Darling made the song her own with the help of legendary producer, and lead guitar player on the track, Dann Huff.  Proceeds from the charity-based compilation album, “Let Us In” Nashville – A Tribute To Linda McCartney, released in Nov. 2011 on Reviver Music, are benefiting The Women and Cancer Fund, a not-for-profit charity established in the memory of Linda McCartney.

You can stream the track and watch an interview with Sarah below.

http://official.fm/tracks/345664?fairplayer=large

Declared by the New York Times as a “sophisticated songwriter” with a “crisp, powerful voice,” Black River Entertainment artist Sarah Darling is confidently making her mark on the country music scene. She made her Grand Ole Opry debut in February 2011 and quickly followed that up with the #1 music video for her hit ‘Something To Do With Your Hands’ from her sophomore release, Angels & Devils. The multi-dimensional artist also has a passion for cooking and fashion, and is aligned with such high profile brands as Crock-Pot and Betsey Johnson. Darling is currently in the studio working on her upcoming album with producer Dann Huff (Keith Urban, Faith Hill, Rascal Flatts) to be released this year. For more information on Sarah Darling, please visit her website or follow her on Facebook.

“Let Us In” Nashville – A Tribute To Linda McCartney  iTunes | Amazon 

The Women and Cancer FundReviver Music | Facebook

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