Yukon-raised singer/songwriter Sarah Ott has been singing and performing since she was 13 years old.
Sarah first realized the possibility of pursuing music when she was selected as a finalist in the Canada’s Walk of Fame Emerging Artist Program in 2013. Since then she has performed at a number of charity events in her hometown as well as abroad. This included performing in Greenland, representing the Yukon in the Arctic Winter Games Cultural Contingent, and for Prime Minister Stephen Harper in her hometown of Whitehorse. She is also the winner of the Yukon Commissioners Music Award.
Sarah recently released her first single, “Wish You Well”, in January 2020. The song is an unsent letter to her first love and best friend. Sarah draws inspiration from artists whose lyrics tell raw and emotional stories such as Wild Rivers and Lizzy McAlpine. Currently residing in Vancouver, BC, Sarah works in the film industry by day and writes music in her apartment closet by night.
Her newest single “The Bridge” is out now.