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Texan Has Heartfelt Message in Music

By Mark Jordan
Published Thursday, September 22, 2011

As a teenager, Sara Hickman, the Texas singer-songwriter who performs at the Levitt Shell on Sunday night, learned the habit of public service from her grandmothers, one of whom gave time at a local hospital. Following her lead, young Hickman would volunteer in the Read More »

Maverick Magazine on “The Best of Times”

By Arthur Wood, Maverick Magazine UK
Yet another Sara Hickman musical project that thoroughly deserves your support

THE BEST OF TIMES is a double disc set that collates thirty-eight of Sara Hickman’s thought provoking compositions and co-writes dating from her 1989 solo debut EQUAL SCARY PEOPLE through the extended version of this Read More »

Austin Woman Magazine


Singer, songwriter, free spirit, businesswoman, mother of two, wife, community do-gooder – happily wearing many hats


Not everyone who attended Houston’s High School for the Performing and Visual Arts went on to play the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall, fight with record companies, appear on "The Tonight Show" Read More »

Hickman’s ‘Misfits’ Defies Stereotyping

Houston Chronicle


Sara Hickman’s new album, Misfits, collects musical mementos, previously unreleased songs, demo recordings and other stuff that just didn’t seem to fit on any of her other albums.

But the title could also apply to singer-songwriters such as Hickman. A Texas cult favorite, she doesn’t conveniently fit into Read More »

Necessary Angels

The album that changed everything! To produce Necessary Angels, Sara had to buy back the rights to her own music and become a truly independent artist—with the help of the necessary angels, her fans!