Nashville, TN…(October 1, 2012)
Black River Entertainment’s Sarah Darling caught up with R.A. Dickey of
the New York Mets at Citi Field on Sunday, September 23 before taking
the field herself.
called “Music City’s Newest Darling,” Nashville local Sarah Darling
performed her new single, “Home To Me,” and the Beatles classic,
“Blackbird,” prior to the Mets’ 3-2 victory over the Miami Marlins. 
Sarah also performed “God Bless America” during the famed seventh-inning
Also a Nashvillian, Dickey attended the University of Tennessee as an English literature major, is a best selling author
and won his 20th game of the season in the 6-5 win against the
Pittsburgh Pirates on September 27.  He remains a likely candidate for
the 2012 NL Cy Young Award after rejuvenating his career by switching to
the knuckleball as his primary pitch.
Over the same weekend, “Home To Me” made its national debut on Fox & Friends Weekend as one of two songs Sarah performed on Saturday, September 22.  Fans of Sarah Darling can visit www.foxnews.com to watch both the “Home to Me” and “Old T-Shirt” performances.  In addition, fans can purchase “Home To Me” on iTunes and view the lyric video on YouTube.
“Home To Me,”
written by Caitlyn Smith & Bobby Hamrick, is a breezy mid-tempo
track that takes the listener on a lyrical journey comparing her love
interest to the beauty of America’s landscape as she finds “home” in
that person.
Sarah Darling
made a decision back in Iowa to take a leap of faith and chase her
dreams.  Once she decided to go for it, Sarah worked day and night to
save $5,000 and then moved from small town Iowa to Nashville.  Upon
arriving in Music City, Sarah worked diligently to hone her performing
and songwriting, even appearing in several music videos.  Since then,
Sarah has released two #1 videos with “Something To Do With Your Hands” from her sophomore album Angels & Devils and “Blackbird,” from the charity-based compilation album, Let Us In Nashville.  Sarah
made her Grand Ole Opry debut in February 2011 and, on August 18, 2012,
Sarah performed on the legendary stage for the twentieth time.  Today,
affectionately called “Music City’s Newest Darling” by the Nashville
Convention & Visitors Bureau and touted by the New York Times
as a “sophisticated songwriter” with a “crisp, powerful voice,” Sarah
Darling is confidently making her mark on the country music scene.  For
more information, visit www.sarahdarling.com or Facebook.com/OfficialSarahDarling.

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