Held hostage by a record label at 21, the troubadour life came with a rude awakening for the young Georgia native. Peacock made her home in a ‘92 Volvo with her dog and a guitar, and for nearly seven years earned a living in the corner shadows of American dive bars.
The tables turned in 2011 when an anonymous fan helped her buy out her recording contract. Since then she has released six albums, winning multiple awards for her songwriting.
But the dark side takes another swing in 2015. From RCA Studio A "golden child” to street orphan practically overnight, Peacock was ghosted by her entire team. That was the catalyst that launched her next album, “Dream On,” and landed Sarah her first tour bus. Less than 4 months later, she watched it burn to the ground. Sarah’s fans ran to the rescue with a fundraiser, which is what kept her on the road. That special connection between Sarah and her fans is what put her in Hank Williams Jr.’s former tour bus, one year after the devastating loss.
Sarah is signed to American Roots Records, In Tune Entertainment and is sponsored by Taylor Guitars, 64 Audio, Strymon, Pedaltrain, and MS Cold Drip Coffee.