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New tweet from Sara
ICYMI: Watch me perform with (Luke Wheeler) on

Source: twitter.com/saraevansmusic
Posted on 03 Nov 2014 by kat
VIDEO: Cody helps @SaraEvansMusic with her #Halloween costume ideas. See if you can "keep up" with the funny... http://ow.ly/DDfRu .
Watch video:  here

Source: CMT
Posted on 03 Nov 2014 by kat
Sara Evans Duets with Luke on Nashville

Nashville is getting star-studded this week, with country singer Sara Evans appearing as herself on Wednesday's episode.

Evans performs a duet with Luke (Will Chase), who finds out he's up against his fiancιe Rayna (Connie Britton) for the Entertainer of the Year prize at the CMA Awards.

Check out exclusive photos of Sara and Luke's performance, and see what Evans has to say about her experience on set, here.

Source: tvguide.com

Posted on 03 Nov 2014 by kat
Sara Evans to Release First Christmas Album
Sara Evans may have just recorded the most important album of her 20 year career… at least when it comes to sentimental factors. The country star is set to release her first holiday LP, At Christmas, on November 17th. When recording the album, she tearfully realized what an important legacy it will be for her family.

"The first song I sang was 'Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,' and I kept getting choked up," Evans tells Rolling Stone Country. "I'm always trying to think of something to give me inspiration or put me in a certain mindset. And I kept thinking, a Christmas album is very special because it's timeless. So then I started thinking about when my kids are older and I'm dead, and they're drunk celebrating Christmas… [laughs] listening to these songs, they're going to be so sad. I'm just kidding, they won't be drunk. But they'll cry! So I want this album to be special."

Other tearjerking tracks on the project include "Silent Night" and "Oh Holy Night," among other standards Evans says have always moved her during the holiday season. The title track, written by Shane Stevens and Toby Lightman, is the album's only original tune. And the singer says she's "most excited" about "The 12 Days of Christmas," thanks to her duet partners.

"My girls sing it with me," she reports of daughters Olivia, 12, and Audrey, 10. "It is precious; it'll make you cry. They have great voices."

Evans will ring in the holidays on the "CMA Country Christmas" TV special, set to air December 1st on ABC. You can also catch her on ABC's primetime lineup tomorrow night (October 29th), as she makes a cameo on Nashville. The appearance came after the singer met with the show's writers to give her perspective on what it's like to be a female artist in today's country music world. Shortly after, she got the call that they'd written her in to an episode.

"Playing yourself, the key is to make sure that you don't sound like you're acting. So that was a challenge," she admits. "I mean, I had all of three lines! But beyond speaking the lines, being a part of the scene and giving facial expressions, I wanted to make sure I was acting like the real me would act."

Evans had a little easier time singing like her real self. In the episode, she duets with Will Chase (who plays country superstar Luke Wheeler) on her current single, "Put My Heart Down."

"Now it's like he's saying and she's saying we should both walk away from this relationship because it's dangerous," Evans says of the song's transformation into a male-female duet. "Will is so professional; he sounds like a country singer. He's incredibly talented… and so different from his character! He's not a country boy; he's completely opposite. But they say 'action,' and he becomes this country singer. It amazes me."

Source: rollingstone

Posted on 03 Nov 2014 by kat
Get a Sneak Peek of Sara Evans's Guest Spot on Nashville
As a "huge fan" of ABC's Nashville, Sara Evans says she jumped at the chance to appear on the series.

"I was so excited," she tells PEOPLE of filming the episode that airs Wednesday. "I've been watching the show since the beginning."

Evans, who says she was planning to re-watch the previous two seasons "to get prepared" for her cameo, plays herself and duets with Will Chase (playing country superstar Luke Wheeler) on her new single "Put My Heart Down." The singer joins a long list of real-life country stars who've appeared on the show, including Florida Georgia Line, Brad Paisley and Luke Bryan, and says she loved the experience so much, she was tempted to lobby for more.

"I probably would have campaigned and begged to have been on the show regularly, but that would be hard for me because of the kiddos," Evans says of her blended family of six children (ages 10 to 16) with husband Jay Barker. She also relishes her normal family life in Birmingham, Alabama, about three hours south of Nashville, where she and Barker have a close circle of neighborhood friends.

"Every Halloween, there's this huge block party at my friend's house and I usually sing a song and my son Avery plays drums," Evans shares. And while her kids are mostly growing out of the holiday, she and Barker still love to dress up.

In recent years, however, they've had to tone down their outfits. "My favorite was one year I did a sexy police officer and Jay was my prisoner," she reveals. "It was really cute, but I couldn't do that now because the kids are older and they'd all be like, 'Oh that's so embarrassing!'"

Catch Evans on Nashville this Wednesday, Oct. 29, at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.

Source: People
Posted on 29 Oct 2014 by kat
Sara Evans: A Lesson In Cupcake Cuisine
See video: here

Source: access hollywood
Posted on 29 Oct 2014 by kat
Sara Evans Announces Christmas Album

Sara Evans has an early Christmas present for her fans — her very first record of holiday tunes. The songstress has announced she will release ‘At Christmas’ next month.

The album features 10 of her favorite Christmas carols, including ‘O Holy Night,’ ‘Winter Wonderland’ and ‘O Come All Ye Faithful.’ She also includes ’12 Days of Christmas,’ which she recorded with two of her daughters, 12-year-old Olivia and 10-year-old Audrey.

‘At Christmas’ is part of a busy 2014 for Evans. In addition to releasing her own ‘Slow Me Down’ project earlier this year, she also contributed to the upcoming Doobie Brothers ‘Southbound’ record, singing ‘What a Fool Believes’ with Michael McDonald.

In addition, Evans will also make her debut appearance on the hit TV show, ‘Nashville.’ She will appear as herself in the Oct. 29 episode.

‘At Christmas’ will be available for pre-order exclusively at Walmart. The album will be available on Nov. 17. See a complete track listing below.

Sara Evans, ‘At Christmas’ Track Listing:

1. ‘At Christmas’
2. ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’
3. ‘The 12 Days of Christmas’
4. ‘Silent Night’
5. ‘Winter Wonderland’
6. ‘O Holy Night’
7. ‘Run Rudolph Run’
8. ‘I’ll Be Home for Christmas’
9. ‘Go Tell It on the Mountain’
10. ‘O Come All Ye Faithful’

Source: theboot.com

Posted on 29 Oct 2014 by kat
EXCLUSIVE: Sara Evans Has a New Christmas Album – and Her Daughters Sing on It!

Sara Evans is wishing you a Merry Little Christmas.

The country superstar reveals exclusively to ETonline that she has a new Christmas album on the way, and it's all about family.

At Christmas is due out November 17, featuring nine classic tracks and one brand new song. Hear a snippet in the video player above!

"I was very emotional recording this," Evans told ETonline. "I was doing 'Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas' and I started thinking about my kids and when I'm older, or even when I'm gone, how a Christmas album is so important because it's so timeless.

"I was thinking about them having their holiday celebrations and listening to my album and I got so emotional," she continued, adding with a smile: "and also probably because I was exhausted.

The album is truly a family affair for Evans, with her daughters Olivia and Audrey also contributing vocals to "12 Days of Christmas."

"My girls sang on it!" Evans gushed. "It's really, really cute and they did a great job." (ETonline has a sneak preview of that track in the player above, as well.)

Evans worked with producer Mark Bright on the album, which she says sounds "just like my music" with "a lot of electric guitar."

And though she rushed to record the album just last month, Sara believes that At Christmas is actually "some of the best vocals I've ever done because I was so hurried."

Evans is still hard at work promoting her most recent album, Slow Me Down. In addition to touring, the 43-year-old recently filmed a music video for the current single "Put My Heart Down."

Sara will perform at the CMA Country Christmas TV Special on November 17, where she'll sing "Go Tell It On The Mountain." Also performing: Idina Menzel, whose album Holiday Wishes is out now.

Source: etonline

Posted on 29 Oct 2014 by kat
Sara Evans to Appear on “CMA Country Christmas”

Sara Evans will be joined by some of the most powerful and emotionally moving voices in music to celebrate the holidays on “CMA Country Christmas,” which tapes in front of a live audience Friday, Nov. 7 (7:30 PM/CT), at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. The special airs this holiday season on the ABC Television Network.

Artists scheduled to perform and celebrate the season include Sara Evans, Dan + Shay, Brett Eldredge, Lucy Hale, Hunter Hayes, Little Big Town, Idina Menzel, Jennifer Nettles, LeAnn Rimes, Michael W. Smith, and Carrie Underwood.

“The taping for ‘CMA Country Christmas’ is a jump-start for the holiday season and has become a family tradition for many Nashville residents,” said Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer. “Adding to the celebration is our annual toy drive, which provides new toys for children in need, shining a spotlight on a worthy endeavor in a way that reflects the values and giving nature of our artists, the industry, and this city.”

For the third year, audience members are being encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped toy to the taping to help make the holidays brighter for Nashville area children. The Nashville-based non-profit group Generosity will have volunteers on site with specially marked bins to collect toys beginning at 5:00 PM/CT on Nov. 7. In 2013, the group collected more than 5,000 toys.

“Our artist community is extremely generous and so are our fans,” Trahern said. “It is our goal to make sure no child goes without a present this Christmas and we are grateful to our partners at Generosity for helping to make this a dream come true for children in Nashville.”

Tickets for “CMA Country Christmas” are on sale now and can be purchased at CMAChristmas.com; by calling (800) 745-3000; or in person at the Bridgestone Arena Box Office, located at 501 Broadway (corner of Fifth Avenue and Broadway, Nashville). Tickets for “CMA Country Christmas” are $25 for Upper-Level seating and $50 for Lower- and Club-Level seating. Ticket prices include tax, but exclude applicable service fees.

About Generosity: Generosity was founded in 2010 by running partners Shaun Daugherty and Bethni Hemphill as a place to fundraise for charities close to their heart, and to volunteer in their community and around the world. Their principal mission is to ease the suffering of others by responding to crisis as well as serving the ongoing needs of the community. Generosity serves a wide variety of local, national, and international charities including Toys for Tots, The Bridge Ministry, Blood:Water Mission, Show Hope, and Room In The Inn.

Source: saraevans.com

Posted on 29 Oct 2014 by kat
Sara Evans goes prime-time
Sara Evans is on Nashville tonight! Don't miss it as Sara is featured and performs on the hit ABC show Wednesday night at 10:00pm / 9:00pm CT.

Source: Sony Nashville Email
Posted on 29 Oct 2014 by kat
New tweet from Sara
Did you catch 's performance of her hit "A Little Bit Stronger" on the ?

Source: twitter.com/saraevansmusic
Posted on 09 Sep 2014 by kat
New videos of Sara
OK here you go! Now it's your turn

Had fun writing this one with Matt and ! It's called "Saturday"

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Posted on 26 Aug 2014 by kat
Exclusive: Doobie Brothers Duets Album Track List Revealed
Like old black water that keeps on rolling, details have been leaking about Southbound, an upcoming album that pairs the Doobie Brothers with some of country music's biggest acts. We now finally know what songs Sara Evans, Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, Zac Brown Band and the other country collaborators will be performing, as Rolling Stone Country has the exclusive reveal of the album's track list, along with its album art. (See below.)
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Due November 4th, Southbound mixes the reverence of a tribute album with the back-and-forth collaboration of a duets record, as the Doobies share vocals and trade instrumental duties on 12 new recordings of their own hits. Along with the cover art — a portrait of an empty bar illuminated by a jukebox, presumably stocked with Doobie Brothers hits — the album's premise is straightforward. Each country artist takes the reins for one song, sharing vocal leads with either Tom Johnston, Michael McDonald or Patrick Simmons — the Doobie Brothers' three frontmen, performing on the same album for the first time since 1976's Takin' It to the Streets — while an all-star session band kicks up plenty of twang, dust and old-school guitar riffage in the background. Joining that backup band are Vince Gill and Hunter Hayes, who perform one song apiece as guitar slingers rather than vocalists.

"Country has changed since the days of Hank Williams," Johnston tells Rolling Stone Country. "It's taken on a rock tinge. Truthfully, the traditional style of rock & roll has kind of gone away. No one is representing it the way it used to be represented. Country music has sort of picked up the slack. That's why those artists are huge right now."

For decades, the Doobie Brothers' hits have been go-to cover songs for bands on both sides of the country/rock divide. Luke Bryan performed "Long Train Running" — with help from the Doobies themselves — during the pair's 2011 taping of CMT's Crossroads. Dolly Parton sang "China Grove" on her Dolly! variety show in 1976. Lady Antebellum tackled "Black Water" multiple times during the group's Own the Night Tour, often with help from their opening bands. Before he joined the Doobie Brothers in April 1975, Michael McDonald even covered his future band's material during bar shows.

"The first gig I ever played with these guys," McDonald says, "I realized, 'I just played this song two days ago at the Brass Rail in Pasadena!'"

Southbound isn't the only upcoming album that bridges the distance between veteran rockers and modern-day country stars. Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Motley Crόe hits stores in early August, with artists like the Cadillac Three, the Mavericks and Justin Moore putting their stamp on the hard-rockers' catalog.

The Doobie Brothers, Southbound Track List:

"Black Water" with Zac Brown Band

"China Grove" with Chris Young

"Jesus Is Just Alright" with Casey James

"Listen to the Music" with Blake Shelton and Hunter Hayes on guitar

"Long Train Runnin'" with Toby Keith

"Nobody" with Charlie Worsham

"Rockin' Down the Highway" with Brad Paisley

"South City Midnight Lady" with Jerrod Niemann

"Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While)" with Tyler Farr

"Takin' It to the Streets" with Love and Theft

"What a Fool Believes" with Sara Evans

"You Belong to Me" with Amanda Sudano Ramirez of Johnnyswim, and Vince Gill on guitar

Source: rollingstone.com
Posted on 16 Aug 2014 by kat
Sara Evans: My 10 Favorite Duets
It's been more than 15 years since Sara Evans scored her first chart-topping hit with "No Place That Far," a country tearjerker featuring Vince Gill on backup vocals. Since then, she's collaborated on outside tracks with a few artists, including the Warren Brothers and Brad Paisley, but she waited until this year's Slow Me Down LP to record a full-blown duet for her own catalog. Looking for a male singer who could wring the emotion out of the album's sweeping, swooning power ballad, "Can't Stop Loving You," she turned to Isaac Slade, lead singer and pianist for the Fray. (Hear the song in the video player below.)

20 Best Dramatic Duets of All Time

"I've been a huge fan of Isaac ever since I heard 'How to Save a Life' on Grey's Anatomy," she tells Rolling Stone Country. "I love bands like the Fray, where the singers have cool voices that aren't necessarily perfect, but are raw and gritty and full of emotion. 'Can't Stop Loving You' was pitched to me as a duet, so I started racking my brain, thinking of people who could sing it with me. Isaac was first on the list."

Unlike Evans' duet with the Doobie Brothers on the upcoming tribute album Southbound, in which her vocals parts were tracked separately, "Can't Stop Loving You" was recorded in one studio, with the two singers facing each other.

"I had already recorded the verses," she explains, "but we sang the choruses together once he came in. After doing the choruses five or six times, we sang the entire song from top to bottom, so [the engineers] could have an even more emotional take of us singing it together."

"I raised the key without telling him, too," she adds with a laugh. "It made everything sound more dramatic. Isaac can go from sounding like he's almost yelling to sounding like he's crying, and I wanted him to get closer to the yelling thing."

A song about desperation, heartache and the sort of persistent love that never fades — even if you want it to — "Can't Stop Loving You" struck a chord with Evans. It also got her thinking about her favorite duets. With her summer tour in full swing, she found the time to ring us up and talk about classics ranging from Stevie Nicks and Don Henley to Eminem and Rihanna.

"Endless Love," Lionel Richie and Diana Ross
"I sang this song with Marc Anthony at the Lionel Richie tribute show, and I count that was the best live performance I've ever done. Lionel was sitting in the front row, so my adrenaline was raging, and I wanted to do it so well. That song is in my wheelhouse. It was really high and really challenging, but it was my best performance ever. Marc Anthony and I had a lot of fun, too."

"Whenever I Call You Friend," Kenny Loggins and Stevie Nicks
"I love that song. I always call it 'Sweet love's showing us a heavenly light.' I don't think I ever really knew the real title until I looked it up today. They both have great voices with this massive vibrato, so that song just works together. They were the perfect pairing."

"Easy Lover" Philip Bailey and Phil Collins
"That's just a song from my teenage years that brings back the best memories."

"Love the Way you Lie," Eminem and Rihanna
"I think it's an awesome, cool duet. I love sexy songs. I love songs that are desperate, and Rihanna's part is so desperate. Eminem is a brilliant writer, too."

"On My Own," Patti LaBelle and Michael McDonald
"I'm a huge Michael McDonald fan. He's an amazing singer."

"Leather and Lace," Stevie Nicks and Don Henley.
"I did a CMT Crossroads episode with Maroon 5, and I sang that song with Adam Levine. We really did have great chemistry."

"Friends & Lovers," Carl Anderson and Gloria Loring
"It's got the nostalgia factor. A lot of the times, you think about these songs and go back and listen and say, 'Oh my god, the production was so funny!' But at that time, I just remember thinking, 'What a cool song. We don't have to be one or the other. We can be friends and lovers.'"

"No Air," Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown
"That's a great song. Phenomenal singing. My husband and I danced to Brown's song, 'With You,' at our wedding."

"Don't Know Much," Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville
"Like the others, it's a song about love and relationships, but this one is more on the positive side. It takes me back to my teenage years. The melody of that song is just so cool, and the way they sing it together… They're both unbelievable singers. It's such a musical song."

"Don't Go Breaking My Heart", Elton John and Kiki Dee
"Classic. Love it."

Source: rollingstone.com
Posted on 16 Aug 2014 by kat
Sara Evans among the Stars on Board Benefitting ACM Lifting Lives
Sara Evans is partnering with CBSSports.com and ACM Lifting Lives® to create a celebrity fantasy football sweepstakes benefitting ACM Lifting Lives.  By making a donation to the charity, country music fans nationwide can enter to win the opportunity to play in a CBSSports.com Fantasy Football Commissioner league with a country music star, also including Jana Kramer, Darius Rucker, Little Big Town’s Jimi Westbrook, Chris Young, Florida Georgia Line, Love and Theft and Montgomery Gentry.

Starting Wednesday, July 23rd at 12:00pm ET, fans can visit www.ACMLiftingLives.org to make a donation to ACM Lifting Lives which serves as their entry into the sweepstakes.  One $5 donation designated for the sweepstakes gives a fan the opportunity to get one entry into the sweepstakes and there is no limit on the number of entries.  The sweepstakes ends on Saturday, August 9th at 11:59pm ET. Winners will be notified by Monday, August 18th.

For more information and official sweepstakes rules, please visit www.cbssports.com/acmsweepstakes.

About ACM Lifting Lives

ACM Lifting Lives® is the philanthropic arm of the Academy of Country Music dedicated to improving lives through the power of music.  Through partnerships with artists and strong ties in the music industry, ACM Lifting Lives develops and funds music-related therapy and education programs, and serves members of the community who face unexpected hardships through its Diane Holcomb Emergency Relief Fund. Through generous donations and the support of artists and fans, ACM Lifting Lives is able to fund everything from disaster relief and helping communities in need, to music education in schools and music camps for those with disabilities, to supporting programs that use music therapy as a means to help our veterans and wounded warriors, while providing grants to help them ease back into life. For more information, please visit www.ACMLiftingLives.org.

Source: saraevans.com
Posted on 16 Aug 2014 by kat
New twitter photo of Sara

Had a BLAST singing the Anthem at the Colorado Rockies game yesterday and then doing a concert!…
Posted on 16 Aug 2014 by kat
‘Nashville’ Begins Filming Season 3
The hit ABC drama ‘Nashville‘ has begun filming Season 3 in Nashville, Tenn.

The show, which had once considered filming in another location, including Georgia or Texas, began taping for the upcoming season last week.

The Los Angeles-based writing staff returned to Nashville to write for the third season, which included meeting with Sara Evans and Mayor Karl Dean, as well as trips to the Grand Ole Opry and the Bluebird Cafe, among other locations.

Filming for the show began on July 17. One of the first shots was in the sound stage replica of the Bluebird Cafe, which is where many of the scenes are held.

The show, which stars Connie Britton, Hayden Panettiere, Charles ‘Chip’ Esten and Clare Bowen, ultimately remained in Middle Tennessee thanks in part to increased tourism since the show began in 2012.

“It’s been an overwhelmingly good thing for the city,” Mayor Dean says. “We have a strong tourism economy and a strong convention economy, but this just adds to it in a way we would never be able to do on our own.”

The third season will premiere on Sept. 24 at 10PM ET on ABC.

Source: theboot.com
Posted on 23 Jul 2014 by kat
Sara Evans: FACES of the South

Today we welcome country music superstar Sara Evans. Sara has the voice of an angel and the heart of one, too! With seven studio albums, the latest being the widely acclaimed Slow Me Down, Sara continues her legacy of being sexy and confident while delivering vocal power that resonates with country and pop fans alike. This Missouri-native-turned-Birmingham-wife is married to former University of Alabama quarterback Jay Barker; between them they have seven children. Evans is also the accomplished author of three books with co-writer Rachel Hauck, and she writes the lifestyle blog A Real Fine Place with her sister-in-law Kaelin “K.K” Evans, where they share their passion for fashion, beauty, travel and food. Welcome, Sara!

How did being raised in the South affect your outlook on life?

People in the South are so nice and giving to their neighbors and those in need. It was a great way to grow up and great to have that outlook instilled in me from a young age.
If you could pick another career, what would it be?

I’d love to have a little diner or cafe in a small town and just be a waitress. I know that sounds crazy, but I love talking to people and always thought it would be so fun!

You recently released Slow Me Down. How is this album different, and what was your inspiration?

This album definitely has a fresh and new sound for me, but it still holds on to my “Sara Evans” signature sound. It’s a good blend between the two. I always go into making an album with the mission of either writing or choosing the absolute best songs I can find. I don’t chase trends lyrically, or with production either. A good song should stand the test of time.

read more in full story!

Source: styleblueprint.com
Posted on 23 Jul 2014 by kat
New tweet from Sara
This we are thrilled to have singing her hit single "Revival" LIVE on at 8/7c.

Source: twitter.com/saraevansmusic
Posted on 01 Jul 2014 by kat
A new blog from Sara

Happy Friday!

We find so many great things in our travels and whimsy that we wanted to share them with y’all! So,we have created Friday Finds to share what we find.

There are many perks to being a “celebrity” and one of them is getting free stuff. I know, I know…it isn’t fair. The ones that can afford it, get it for free, etc. etc. Believe me (this is Kaelin speaking) I have bemoaned this many a time. Let’s take for instance this “Friday Find” we will be sharing with you today. We were contacted by this T-shirt company, FreeYourHeart.com and they wanted to send Sara (yep, just Sara) some tees to try out. So, I picked out the ones she would like and they sent her some. As much as I was like, “Hey! I would love a tee” …um, nada! And then they arrived and I was like: “Hey, these are really cute! And the fabric is dreamy.” (Now I really wanted one) I reluctantly gave them up to their proper giftee, but on the inside I was hoping they would look like CRAP on her. (Sara has always said she isn’t a t-shirt girl) Alas they were adorable…all of them. They have the sweetest little sayings and great colors. What I think I like about the tees most is that the fabric doesn’t fall straight in the front, but rather is a bit clingy in all the right places. They are down right flattering!

Source: arealfineplace.com
Posted on 27 Jun 2014 by kat
New blog from Sara about Father's day

I have been married to the man of my dreams for 6 years now! Together we have 7 children! Yes….7

I have 3 kids, a boy 14, and 2 girls 11 & 9. My husband, Jay, has 4 children. 3 boys 15, 14, and 12, and a girl 12. But we see all 7 of them as OURS!

We are a very busy family with 6 of the 7 kids playing sports and they are all involved in extracurricular activities.
I have never known another man who can handle the things Jay handles and juggle everything that he juggles! He can take all 7 kids to dinner and to an Alabama Football game and not bat an eye! He works SO hard for us and is always there for all 7 kids and me! He coaches them, attends their games, supports them in every way. He teaches them about God and His Word. He is strong in discipline, but also so loving and is quick to give praise when it’s deserved. He teaches our boys what it means to be a man, and showers our girls with compliments and protection!
He is truly the best father I’ve ever known.

I hope so many other women are giving the same praise to their hubbies this Father’s Day!

Happy Father’s Day and God Bless!



Source: arealfineplace.com
Posted on 16 Jun 2014 by kat
Sara Evans makes Spring Ranch Risotto, a one-dish wonder
Watch video:  here

Source: youtube
Posted on 15 Jun 2014 by kat
New tweets from Sara

Hanging with this morning on HLN to celebrate

EXCLUSIVE: Who's crashing Cody's interview with at the ? Watch: .

Source: twitter.com/saraevansmusic
Posted on 07 Jun 2014 by kat
New tweet from Sara

Official Roster for our Celeb Softball Game!Help & ! Tix:

Source: twitter.com/saraevansmusic
Posted on 03 Jun 2014 by kat
New twitter photo of Sara

From NYC this morning on theviewtv and foxandfriends to making fried chicken dinner for the family…

Source: twitter.com/saraevansmusic
Posted on 26 May 2014 by kat
New tweet from Sara
kicked off ’ Summer Concert Series this morning! Watch her performance of :

Source: twitter.com/saraevansmusic
Posted on 26 May 2014 by kat
What’s in Sara Evans’ Purse?

When we think of Country music superstars we tend to fantasize about how glamorous their lives are. We like to think there is no way any part of their lives parallel ours. But guess what? When we asked Sara Evans what she carries around in her purse, we were surprised to find that she carries around normal, everyday stuff. No diamonds or jewels or even a fancy guitar. No special foods or glittery shoes. In fact, everything in her purse looks almost exactly like every other girl.

What exactly does an accomplished Country music artist carry in her purse?

See? We told you. Looks like the contents of a purse of the average mom! How many times have you found a Capri Sun in your bag? (and wonder how on earth it got there!) Her wallet, while a gorgeous snakeskin, looks like one we would have. And lip balm, every girl must have lip balm!

We love that even though she has a career that is bigger than life, she carries a bottle of water to stay hydrated, lotion for when her hands feel dry and a sharpie because you just never know when you will need one of those! And what girly-girl doesn’t have at least one lip gloss in her handbag? iPhone, check. Phone charger, check. Hair-tie and sunglasses, check, check. Yep. She’s just like us. Must be why everyone loves her so much!

Source: countryoutfitter.com

Posted on 26 May 2014 by kat
Sara Evans Announces Dates for Slow Me Down Tour
Sara Evans is hitting the road to promote her new album, ‘Slow Me Down.’

The tour kicks off May 24 in Caruthersville, Mo., and zig zags across the country until Oct. 24, where she’ll finish up in Reno, Nev. The tour includes a stop at Nashville’s CMA Music Festal on June 7.

Evans co-wrote three on the songs on ‘Slow Me Down’ with songwriters like Dave Berg, Karyn Rochelle and Sarah Buxton. She also brought producer Mark Bright in on the project, who worked with her on ‘Real Fine Place.’

“Making ‘Slow Me Down’ has been a truly amazing experience,” she says. “I had the chance to co-write with some of my favorite writers, work with Mark and some truly incredible musicians — and now hearing what we created gives me such an incredible sense of pride.”

‘Slow Me Down’ is Evans’ seventh studio album, and she says she tried to create a more updated sound while remaining true to her fans.

“My goal every time I go in the studio to make a new record is to challenge myself a little bit more, to try to have the newest and freshest sound, but still the Sara Evans sound,” she says. “By that I mean my music has always had the same vocal sound … I love a ton of guitar and there’s just this … sound.”

‘Slow Me Down’ is available on iTunes and Amazon. Get information on purchasing tickets to upcoming tour stops at SaraEvans.com.

Sara Evans Slow Me Down Tour Dates:

5/24 – Caruthersville, Mo. – Lady Luck Casino
6/7 – Nashville, Tenn. – LP Field
6/12 – Lemoore, Calif. – Tachi Palace Casino
6/13 – Oroville, Calif. – Gold Country Casino
6/14 – Santa Rosa, Calif. – Sonoma Country Fairgrounds
6/21 – Cullman, Ala. – Rock The South
7/5 – Bossier City, La. – Margaritaville Resort
7/10 – Duluth, Minn. – Bayfront Park
7/11 – Clinton, Iowa – Wild Rose Casino & Resorts
7/12 – Emmetsburg, Iowa – Wild Rose Casino & Resorts
7/13 – Rhinelander, Wis. – Hodag Country Festival
7/18 – Bremen, Ga. – Mill Town Music Hall
7/19 – Panama City, Fla. – Bay Pointe Marina
7/25 – Deadwood, S.D. – Deadwood Mountain Grand
7/26 – Colorado Springs, Colo. – World Arena
7/27 – Denver, Colo. – Coors Field
8/1 – Waverly, Ind. – Bremer County Fair
8/2 – Michigan City, Ind. – Blue Chip Casino
8/9 – Sedalia, Mo. – Missouri State Fair
8/15 – West Wendover, Nev. – Peppermill Concert Hall
8/16 – Lewiston, Idaho – Clearwater River Casino
8/17 – Brownsville, Ore. – The Willamette Country Music Fair
8/29 – Cohasset, Mass. – South Shore Music Circus
8/30 – Hagersville, Canada – Hagersville Summer End Festival
8/31 – Jackson, N.J. – Six Flags
9/1 – Woodstock, Conn. – Woodstock Fair
9/5 – Thief River Falls, Minn. – Seven Clans Casino
9/6 – Fort Yates, N.D. – Prairie Knights Casino
9/27 – Fort Worth, Texas – Bass Performance Hall
10/19 – Thousand Oaks, Calif. – Kavli Theater
10/23 – Santa Ynez, Calif. – Chumash Casino
10/24 – Reno, Nev. – Grand Sierra Resort

Source: theboot.com
Posted on 20 May 2014 by kat
Country Star Sara Evans on Home Cooking, Plus One of Her Favorite Chicken Recipes
Platinum-selling country music star Sara Evans may have just released her seventh studio album (Slow Me Down) and be embarking on a national tour that'll take her coast-to-coast, all the way from New Jersey to California, but whenever she's home, she always makes time to cook for her family.

"My children are so spoiled," Evans tells Epicurious over lunch at Landmarc in New York City. "They want me to cook for them, and we do not eat fast food."

Serving up three meals a day, starting with breakfast -- "Every single morning I do eggs in some way," Evans says. "Then all of my kids like to have their lunches packed." -- is no easy feat, but family time around the dinner table has always been sacred to this mom-of-seven (Evans has three children and four stepchildren).

"I cook at home because I grew up with that mindset," she says. "We were farmers and my mother cooked three huge meals a day. I cook hot breakfast every morning for my kids -- we do not eat cereal, we do not eat Pop Tarts. I'm kind of a snob about it, actually, because I just feel like anything made at home is better for your children -- even if it's just a box of pasta."

And even while she's away -- like, when she's hanging out with us in NYC -- she makes sure that her kids come home from school to a hot home-cooked dinner.  

"Yesterday, for instance, I knew I was getting on a plane to fly up here, so I put turkey in the crock pot, cooked the turkey all day, and just really quickly chopped up potatoes, boiled them, skin on, and just added butter and salt and pepper," Evans says. "I made corn on the cob, just sauteed in butter. I made it so that everything would be ready whenever they want to eat it. It's a home-cooked meal, even though I had to leave at 4:30 a.m. -- I'm just really big on that."

Read more in full story!

Source: epicurious.com
Posted on 13 May 2014 by kat
New twitter photo of Sara

Jay and I out on the water in Key West! Beautiful day!

Source: twitter.com/saraevansmusic
Posted on 13 May 2014 by kat

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