Singer/author/brain health advocate Peggy Sarlin is on a worthy journey, helping others and nurturing her artistic voice along the way. Her story is as unexpected as it is inspiring – she was signed to Columbia Records and had early success as a songwriter for Bette Midler and Patti LuPone, wrote scripts for popular children's television programs, and even wrote for NASA.
Everything changed in 2012, when her husband had a stroke. That personal trauma started a sequence of unlikely events. Through it all, music has been Sarlin's North Star. Her new Blues-infused album ‘Let There Be Love' finds the storyteller mining her fantasies (and her pain,) to create a vivid landscape of detail-driven songs. She comments, "Love is the great, inexhaustible topic. My new album sprang from my fascination with exploring love in all its infinite moods and manifestations. Happy memories flowed out of me; as well as laments for my current difficult situation. And I found deep fun in writing romantic fantasies that offer a dreamy escape.
Peggy Sarlin offers timeless storytelling on ?Let There Be Love' / STAGEANDCINEMA
Some people give up hope and let their lives fall away after a disaster. Not Peggy Sarlin, a singer and writer whose husband had a stroke in 2012. In 2016, the chanteuse - who had written for Bette Midler and Patti LuPone - released the successful Friends and Family, a most relatable collection of songs that centered on her most important subject: Love. Now, she's released her new studio album, Let There...
Peggy Sarlin set for 'Let There Be Love' launch at NYC's TRIAD THEATRE
Peggy Sarlin celebrates the release of her new album ‘Let There Be Love, at NYC's TRIAD THEATRE on Saturday October 20. Backed by her Smokin' Hot Band, Sarlin's imaginative, soulful songs sparkle with emotion and humor, and her performance has been acclaimed as "out of the park wonderful." Hailed as "a brilliant songstress," Sarlin has written for Bette Midler, Patti LuP...