SARA EVANS is one of country's iconic modern singers, and her music has resonated on country radio, at concert halls and amphitheaters, and in fans' personal play-lists. Evans has been firmly in the forefront of country music for a solid 20 years.
Born and raised in Boonville, Missouri, she grew up listening to a mix of country, pop, and rock on the radio. Her resume now includes 14 Top 20 country hits, ranging from her first #1 - "No Place That Far," featuring background vocals by Vince Gill - to the neo-traditional "Suds In The Bucket" to the elegant, spiky pop feel of "Slow Me Down." She's had five #1 singles, sold millions of records, won the Academy of Country Music's Top Female Vocalist Award, and claimed a Country Music Association trophy for her signature song, "Born To Fly."