Sarah Mucho is a Brooklyn-based, award-winning singer, musician, songwriter and cabaret artist. She's known as the front person for The Sometime Boys and before that, System Noise, as well as her iconic Ziggy Stardust tribute show which was nominated for a MAC award. A unique and diverse vocalist with musical projects ranging from folk, jazz and Americana to rock, soul and blues, Sarah also plays the guitar, harmonica and several percussive instruments. She has performed hundreds of shows in the NY Metropolitan/tri-State area as well as Europe.
Sarah, more active than ever, has a few current projects going, her latest original project is simply entitled 'Mucho' (it's not just a clever name). She's begun experimenting with different instrumentation and writing in more of a folk-rock, grunge realm. She also continues to play with Jay Cowit and Pete O'Connell of The Sometime Boys along with John Blanton of "sister band" Wounded Buffalo Theory. Under the name Mucho Music, they are Something of a supergroup, a polished party band with a vast set list (covers and originals) ranging from the more melodic, American roots sensibilities of TSB to the deep, jammy grooves of the WBT flavor. Additionally, Sarah is one of the resident guitar accompanists for The NY Choir Project which has 3-4 performances a year. Sarah continues to write and gig all over town on boats, in bars, under trees, wherever they'll have her.
For info on her many performances, check the calendar below and feel free to reach out for any booking inquiries.
Fri. 1/26, 9pm-midnight Mucho Music @ Shenanigan's Pub- Brooklyn