Ever since I can remember, I have loved to sing.

As a child, I would sing along to records in my bedroom.
When I was nine years old, my dad arrived home with a brand new album; ‘Guilty’ by Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb. I was hooked, I fell in love with the album, and I was determined to sing the songs.

I realized that singing was my thing.

My parents were very supportive and sent me for classical singing lessons as a teenager.

I joined my first band ‘One For The Road’ aged 16, and in the years that followed, I sang with various bands and musicians in my local area.

In 2005, I began performing on a far more regular basis, appearing at local folk clubs with folk band ‘Odd Folk’, then joining ‘Clancy’s Shed Band’ a rock ‘n’ roll band from Nottinghamshire.

I have appeared as a guest with heavy rock band ‘Toxic Federation’ and jazz quartet ‘Djongology’.
In 2010 I was included in the line up with the popular 1960’s Nottingham band the fabulous ‘Beatmen’ (Pye records).

In 2011 I joined The Great Central Railway Band ‘Top Link’, where I shared vocals with Mick Carr.

From 2010 until 2014, I was lead vocalist with my band ‘Reflections’, who played a variety of music including rock, pop, blues, jazz, rock ’n’ roll and country.

Since November 2010 I have been writing and recording songs with friend and ‘Reflections’ guitarist Nigel Smith (from ‘Andwella’s Dream’ CBS Records).
We have written many songs together.

In March 2015 I joined blues rock band ‘Dead and Buried’ ( ) as lead vocalist. Then in 2016 I also joined ‘The Franchise’ ( ), a pop covers band.

In February 2018, ‘Sarah and the Ducks’ was formed, with professional musicians; Steve Peters, Richard Smith and Roger Keay and myself on lead vocals. The band focuses mainly (but not exclusively) on the 1950’s rock and roll era.