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Sarah Buxton

by Sarah Buxton

Sarah Buxton by Sarah Buxton

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Sarah Buxton

by Sarah Buxton

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Label: Lyric Street Records
Sarah Buxton has been releasing singles from this album since "Innocence" shot up the charts in 2006. "Space," "That Kind of Day" and "Stupid Boy" (as performed by Keith Urban) have all seen radio action as well, garnering Buxton a reputation for no-nonsense songwriting even before this self-titled debut finally appeared in February 2010. What's hard to believe is that the album's strongest songs, "American Daughters," "For Real," "Radio Love" and especially "Outside My Window," were not singles. It took awhile, but Sarah Buxton was definitely worth the wait.

About This Album

Sarah Buxton has been releasing singles from this album since "Innocence" shot up the charts in 2006. "Space," "That Kind of Day" and "Stupid Boy" (as performed by Keith Urban) have all seen radio action as well, garnering Buxton a reputation for no-nonsense songwriting even before this self-titled debut finally appeared in February 2010. What's hard to believe is that the album's strongest songs, "American Daughters," "For Real," "Radio Love" and especially "Outside My Window," were not singles. It took awhile, but Sarah Buxton was definitely worth the wait.

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About This Album

Sarah Buxton has been releasing singles from this album since "Innocence" shot up the charts in 2006. "Space," "That Kind of Day" and "Stupid Boy" (as performed by Keith Urban) have all seen radio action as well, garnering Buxton a reputation for no-nonsense songwriting even before this self-titled debut finally appeared in February 2010. What's hard to believe is that the album's strongest songs, "American Daughters," "For Real," "Radio Love" and especially "Outside My Window," were not singles. It took awhile, but Sarah Buxton was definitely worth the wait.