In the 2009 Grammy Awards she was nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for her song "Love Song" and Song of the Year which was also for "Love Song"
Sara took a few of her song's from the album "Careful Confessions" and put them on "Little Voices".
Sara's album "Little Voices" sold 16,000 copies in it's first week.
Sara's album "Little Voices" went gold on February 27, 2008.
Sara went going on tour with Counting Crows and Maroon 5 in the summer of 2008.
Sara spent two years making the album "Little Voices".
Sara went to Winship Middle School.
Sara peed her pants when she got the chance to share the stage with Stevie Wonder.
2003 The First One
2003 The Summer Sessions
2004 Careful Confessions
2007 Little Voice
When Sara was younger, she use to be a waitress.
Sara loves the fact that singer Norah Jones has such a "subtlety."
Sara has terrible grammar
Singers like Etta James and Sam Cooke makes Sara wish she lived 50 years ago.
Sara appeared as a singer in a bar in the film Girl Play performing the song "Undertow" in 2004.
Sara was part of a singing group called "Awaken" when she was in college.
Sara is 5 feet 5 inches tall.
If Sara could collaborate with any other artist, it would be with Adam Duritz of the Counting Crows.
Sara toured as the opening act for Aqualung and Mika in 2007.
Sara played Audrey in her school production of "Little Shop of Horrors."
Sara was a member of the UCLA Chorale.
Sara's Band Members:
Drums: Josh Day
Guitar: Javier Dunn
Bass: Danny McKay
Sara considers herself to be the total opposite of fancy.
Sara's influences are Nelly Furtado, Sarah McLachlan, and Fiona Apple.
Sara is often compared to Norah Jones and Fiona Apple because she most of her songs have the piano in it.
Sara's manager is Jordan Feldstein and her producer is Eric Rosse.
According to Sara, she has a "potty mouth".
Sara Bareilles was featured in VH1's You Oughta Know artist.
Her most successful song out of all the songs she written is "Love Song". At its peak, it reached number 1 US Pop 100.
Sara moved to Los Angeles, California in 2002.
Sara knows how to play the piano and guitar.
Sara graduated from UCLA for her college degree in 2002.
Sara graduated from Eureka High School in June of 1998.
"Little Voice" became the #1 album on iTunes immediately upon release.
Sara was voted most talented when she graduated from Eureka High School.
Sara's last name is pronounced bar-rell-is.
Sara has both of her ears and nose pierced.
Sara was in a Rhapsody commercial.
Sara's record label is Epic. She signed with them on April 15, 2005.
Sara has dark brown hair and brown eyes.
Sara: Songwriting is the most sacred thing in my life.
Sara: (On her confidence as a singer) I was very humbled by my own lack of confidence and vision. It made me crave a better understanding of my own music, and what I love about the music from my favorite artists.
Sara: I am not a very good guitarist but I can manage some song-writing on the guitar.
Sara: (about signing with Epic Records) It has opened a lot of doors and been a huge opportunity for me. It comes with its share of challenges. You are inviting a lot of people into what you do creatively but overall it's been a huge opportunity for me.
Sara: (about her genre of music) There is definitely a lot of R&B and Jazz influences in my music. I guess that's where I would say I end up.
Sara: Ben Gibbard writes better lyrics than I can even imagine up.
Sara: It's a collection of songs that pretty much mean the world to me. They chronicle my life, my relationships, my basket-case-ness, and my utter devotion to trying to write honest stuff down and share it. That's where the title comes from. This record was really about me learning to trust my own instincts, and more importantly, recognize how desperately I needed to learn to listen to myself, however inexperienced and naïve I may be. It sounds cliché, but that little voice is sometimes the only voice that's speaking the truth.
Sara: Bob Marley created music that makes me want to be a better human being.