Sarah Morrow got her introduction to the international music scene in 1995 when she began touring with Ray Charles and his orchestra. To add to her accolades, she has toured the world and jammed out with such artists and groups as organist Rhoda Scott, the Duke Ellington Orchestra, New Orleans R&B icon Dr. John, and saxophonists Pee Wee Ellis and Hal “Cornbread” Singer.
She was born in Huston and grew up in Ohio. Her enjoy for jazz was from an extremely early age and her passion is reflected in her albums that are all most sold out whenever it truly is out. She is among the finest artists in the world of jazz who has taken it to a new level. She has the hint of contemporary music but in addition keeps the roots of classic in them. Blend of each and every pure aspect she has offered the very best albums and music for the world and she deserves all of the recognition she holds.
In year 2011 she went on a worldwide tour with Bootsy Collins. Later on, Dr. John invites her as his only horn in the band on a co-bill tour with Cyndie Lauper. Since then Sarah toured with Dr. John worldwide and in 2013 Dr.John chooses her as Dr. John’s Musical Director and after a while she has become Dr. John’s Producer.
As the music director of Dr. John, they played at the Hollywood Bowl for a praise to the legendary Louis Armstrong. Stage in Pops: Dr. John’s remembrance of Louis Armstrong shows that Sarah plays in the band and plays the music director role for the first time. There is a great Sarah Morrow with Dr. John BBC radio interview on their website if you want to learn more about Sarah Morrow and Dr. John.