A powerhouse vocalist and songwriter who can handle pop, blues, soul, country, and Americana with equal amounts of aplomb, Sarah Potenza first entered the national spotlight as a contestant on season eight of The Voice. Before joining the popular reality television singing contest, Potenza had spent the preceding seven years fronting her band Sarah & The Tall Boys. After relocating to Nashville with her husband, she began honing in on her songwriting skills, and quickly became a favorite at the legendary Bluebird Cafe and the Music City Roots program. All of that buzz eventually caught the attention of NBC, and she soon found herself standing before Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, and Pharrell Williams. She was chosen to join Shelton's team, and she soon became a fan favorite, making it into the Top 20 and landing a trio of hit singles from the show on iTunes. She released her soulful and much-anticipated debut solo album, Monster, in 2016. ~ James Christopher Monger
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