Sarah Morris

  Sarah gestures with both hands. "Man, they said we better ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive!" Sarah soloed on "It Had to Be You". Picture sequence totals 48K. "It had to be you, wonderful you."
Sarah sang "All of Me". "You took the part that once was my heart, so why not take All of Me?" Sarah and the Rosetones The Rosetones accompanied Sarah's solo on "I Won't Last a Day Without You".

On the July 4, 1997, concert in the Central Park band shell, Sarah soloed with the Roseville Big Band on "All of Me", which also featured guest trombonist/scat singer Jim tenBensel and Roseville Big Band scat singer Keith Miner. She also soloed on "I Won't Last a Day Without You" and "It Had to Be You" on the July 29, 1997, concert in the Central Park band shell. In 1998, the Roseville Big Band featured Sarah singing "Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive" on the July 4 concert in the park. On the July 4, 2001, concert in the park, Sarah sang "Crazy" with the Roseville Big Band and once again soloed on "All of Me".

A 1997 graduate of Roseville Area High School (RAHS), Sarah sang in the RAHS Concert Choir and the vocal jazz ensemble Jazz on Toast. Sarah also performed in a variety of musicals. For example, you might remember her as Christine in the Roseville Area Middle School production of "Phantom of the Opry" or in "Wizard of Oz", "Li'l Abner", "Grease", "Oliver", or "The Music Man" at Como Park pavilion in St. Paul.

Sarah graduated from Lawrence University Conservatory of Music in Appleton, Wisconsin, where she sang soprano in the Concert Choir and added guitar playing to her musical skills. Her extracurricular activities included directing a church choir in Appleton.

Here's Sarah's web site and her channel on YouTube:

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