Sarah Slaton is an out singer/songwriter that expresses pathos both poignant and relatable. She's known for her vivid storytelling and captivating live show. An Arkansas native, Slaton taught herself to play guitar in the shadow of the Ozarks before making her way out West to Denver. Slaton fronted the Colorado trio, Edison, recognized for their tireless touring efforts. The trio recieved local acclaim during their tenure with shows at Red Rocks, The Mishawaka, and features in media across the front range. The band traveled over 150,000 miles since 2014 and with a relentless DIY approach signed with Rhyme & Reason Records. Edison toured with Iron & Wine and opened for Nathaniel Rateliff, Gregory Alan Isakov, and Shakey Graves. The band saw national critical acclaim with their debut LP, Familiar Spirit, with positive reviews from Consequence of Sound, No Depression, and features on Daytrotter, Jam In The Van, and Relix Sessions.
Melodic, Vulnerable Folk