“Roll Like A Wheel is the culmination of my musical history thus far. It takes all my life and sounds from childhood to now, wraps it up in a package of Los Angeles flavor, and spins it into a journey of soul and spirit,” says Dashew. “Joy and healing. Reflection and anticipation. And all that comes down to love.”
This testifies how much the poetry of Music actually speaks to someone,
And it also testifies how much its melodies bring unique harmonies to your body, soul and spirit.
Bringing never-ending joy and healing peace of mind all along these soothing singalongs.
‘Roll Like A Wheel’ is one single that tells a lot of the great Sarah Dashew’s career, acclaimed Americana singer/songwriter.
Roll Like A Wheel is engineered by Eric Lilavois (Saint Motel, My Chemical Romance) and will be released nationwide January 22.
In less than ten years, she’s been blessed with the following highlights of her career:
3 critically-praised albums
Along with successful tours throughout the US and Europe with the likes of Cowboy Junkies, Michelle Shocked, Suzanne Vega, and Pancho Sanchez.
Television spots on the hit NBC show My Name Is Earl, inclusion in the celebrity playlist of ABC’s Ugly Betty,
And a new full-length, establishing her as one of the music industry’s most consistent singer-songwriters.
About this new full length, it consists in:
“Estas Son Las Cosas” announces itself with blaring Mariachi horns then Spanish-sung verses, a clear homage to the eastside of LA, which she calls home.
“Are You Listening?” continues the Spanish singing, this time to an upbeat pop-rock number, perfect for a dance or two.
Then there’s “Roll Like a Wheel,” the stand-out track (from which the album gets its name) that almost sounds like a manifesto for both the album and her brilliant musical career:
Keep the wheel spinning, keep the influences coming, and never stop. Not surprising from someone who grew up sailing around the world with her family
As Roll Like A Wheel sums up the musical history of her life, let’s take a dance with Sarah Dashew, stepping onto her musical journey:
Sarah’s a Folk singer/songwriter. She puts delighted emotions in her vocals with some Gospel flavors.
Her instrumentals are the obvious invitation to share a little dance, along with Mariachi horns, Hispanic atmosphere: this is actually Tejano music, Texan and Mexican music.
This is all Los Angeles flavors brought to you within one single.
Let us conclude this musical marvel with two refreshing cool waves of good music because Sarah Dashew sounds so beautiful: Soothing Time.