Singer/songwriter Sarah Lawton serenaded the cats at the Williamson County Animal Center with a holiday tune.
Sarah made the move from England to Nashville four years ago to pursue her country music career. Music has been a part of her life since she was a young girl. She taught herself the basic skills of piano, started composing her own music at age 10, and began singing lessons at age 12. She spent her free time developing her skills and drawing inspiration from country’s leading ladies such as Dolly Parton, Shania Twain and Trisha Yearwood.
Before she hit the stage of some of Nashville’s most famous Honky Tonks, she was performing in several of England’s renowned theatres. She held leading roles in productions such as “Annie” at the Crucible Theatre, “Babe” and “Fiddler on the Roof” at the Lyceum Theatre and “Mary Poppins” at Her Majesty’s Theatre. By the age of 15, Sarah had become a professional singer and musician performing for audiences across the UK.
Reminder: If you’re thinking of getting a new pet this holiday season, the Williamson County Animal Center offers free Christmas morning delivery for pets adopted through December 24. If you’re not quite ready to commit to a new pet full time, the shelter is looking for families to foster their animals during the holiday period. Learn more here.