After entering the national spotlight as a contestant on season 8 of The Voice, and landing a trio of hit singles from the show on iTunes, Sarah Potenza's highly anticipated debut solo album, Monster, prompted Rolling Stone to gush, "Potenza is to the blues what Adele is to pop: a colossal-voiced singer who merges her old-school influences with a modernistic sound."
3 years later, that sound deepens and intensifies with Road to Rome, an album that shows the full scope of Potenza's aims and ambitions, set to release on March 8th in honor of International Women's Day. The album isn't just her own story... It's the story of all artists — particularly women, who remain the minority within the male-dominated music industry — who've learned to trust their instincts, refusing to let mainstream trends dilute their own artistic statements.
This is Sarah Potenza's strongest album to date: a battlecry from a soul singer and blues belter, shot through with pop melodies, rock & roll attitude, and absolutely zero fucks.