She's a hoot.
IF YOU GO
WHAT: Her Crooked Heart and
WHERE: The Root Note,
At the end of April, Sabella released her second full-length album, "Forgive the Birds," prompting a shout-out from Rolling Stone Country, which designated her one of "10 New Country Artists You Should Know" and said her music was for fans of "
The album came out at the end of April, but Sabella had to work another two weeks at her insurance business job before she could start getting ready to depart on the tour to mark the release of her album, a tour that brings her to The Root Note in
Part of her tour preparation included getting her 2000 Toyota Sienna minivan with 200,000 miles on it checked out by a mechanic. "It looks like it could make it all the way to
As nice as the
Sabella's music also has a folk tinge to it, and some songs have a pop melodicism to them, a stronger element on her first album. "I used to be really freaked out by pop as a label, but I think I've come to peace with that," she said. "I just didn't want people thinking my music was superficial."
Sabella spent the early part of her childhood in
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