Sarah Kramer-Harrison was born to sing. Growing up in the Woodstock of the rock renaissance, her childhood games were played among the giants of music. She made her first instrument at seven, began singing professionally at 14, and apprenticed as a recording engineer at 16 in one of the busiest studios in town. She studied classical cello for ten years and toured in youth theater as singer/dancer/actress. This evolution led logically to a dual degree from Berklee College of Music in Voice and Music Production/Sound Engineering. Kramer-Harrison writes and records original material, earning kudos from some of those giants she grew up among. Levon Helm tapped her to open a rare public show at the Woodstock Playhouse. She has shared the stage with Rick Danko, John Sebastian, Happy and Artie Traum, James Earl Jones, Tom Pacheco, Betty McDonald, Molly Mason and Jay Ungar, Willie Nile, and many more.