Sarah Lightman | Fear

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by Sarah Lightman

A classic yet modern EP full of wide-ranging pop songs that is meant to heal, uplift and inspire!
Genre: Pop: Sunshine Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Someday
3:27 $0.99
2. Trust Me
3:11 $0.99
3. Fear
4:22 $0.99
4. Boarding Flight 128
3:42 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Sarah Lightman hails from the East Coast. She grew up in Hightstown, NJ, and later attended college at Temple University. She has been submerged in performing arts her whole life. Much of her family are also musicians and artists. Her dad Aaron Lightman was signed with RCA Poppy Records,her cousin Toby Lightman is a successful singer/songwriter, and her cousin Jonathan Jazz Russell (jazz violinist and movie composer) is featured playing violin on "Fear." This apple doesn't fall too far from the family tree.

Upon the birth of this EP, Tyler Davis audio found Sarah's music on Youtube when she was just promoting a music vlog and pursuing an acting career. TDA (Tyler Davis Audio) loved the song "Fear," so much that he invited Sarah to produce it. Not long after Sarah decided make an EP. This is her first professional mini album.

Special thanks to the following people: Tyler Davis, Jarod Woznik, Jonathan Russell, Courtney Da'Vol, Jim Gaven, Sean Carney, Rich Brown, Tom Lowery, Van Coppock, Toby Lightman, and all of the fans like you!

A Note From The Artist:

These songs are rooted from my own personal experiences. Evolving can be scary, but it is so vital for us to keep going and challenging ourselves even when we can't see. The light is much closer than you think. You don't need to look for it anywhere outside of yourself. Your light will always guide you out of the darkest storms. I hope sharing my stories can help you ignite your biggest and brightest.

- Sarah Lightman



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