Born in Ireland to an Irish mother and an Indian father, Sarah Packiam was raised with a multicultural and biracial identity.
Her father a blues guitarist ,her inspiration for picking up the guitar. Her mother, a poet, the driving force behind Sarah’s songwriting. Over the years, her experience as a biracial female artist has motivated her to promote and support diversity and other female artists. On International Women’s Day 2019, Sarah’s released “She’s a Riot,” in honor of women who have paved the way for current and future generations. In July 2019, Sarah released “Love Yourself,” a song inspiring others to embrace their uniqueness. Most recently, Sarah has had the privilege of being a host on HBO’s newest show, “A Tiny Audience,” which officially premieres in February 2020. On the show, Sarah and two other hosts interview famous Latin musicians before an intimate audience. In an unexpected and exciting turn of events, during one interview, Colombian superstar, Juanes, handed Sarah his guitar and asked her to sing one of her own songs for him. She humbly obliged, receiving the the praise and encouragement of Juanes afterwards. It was an unforgettable experience for Sarah and her fans, showing once again the importance of artists supporting artists. Ultimately, no matter the gig, show, or song, Sarah’s goal is to spread her message of positivity, with a touch of pop, folk, and rock and roll.