This week at M2M: Sarah Scharbrough (McLaughlin)

Throw in a little pop, a little jazz and blues, a little country, and a little gospel, and you begin to describe the eclectic mix that makes up Sarah Scharbrough’s piano-driven and soulful sound.  The journey started long ago when Sarah began singing and playing in her young childhood. As the daughter of two musicians, spending evenings on the piano playing and singing was a common highlight of family time. Building on this foundational love of music, Sarah combines a classical and jazz influence into a soulful mix.

Having worked with Grammy-award winning musicians, collaborating and sharing the stage with Bill and Gloria Gaither, Sandi Patty, Kurt Elling, Watermark, Jon McLaughlin, Avalon, Dierks Bentley and a slew of other impressive talents, Sarah’s songs have taken her around the world to jazz festivals, colleges, clubs, conferences, and churches, among other events.

Sarah has released 3 albums including “So Many Reasons”, “The Least of These”, and, most recently, “Draw Me Back”. She has also released a live concert DVD.  She has been the voice of commercial radio and television jingles ranging from Ford, Dodge, and New Balance to Cedar Point Theme Park and the Indiana Pacers.

Sarah has been married for ten years to the love of her life and her drummer/percussionist, Jeff McLaughlin.  Bringing them great joy and keeping them hopping are their two young children, Soren and Joseph.

Her songs will keep you grooving and resonate with your soul. This is what Sarah’s music is all about: singing the praises of real life—the life that you can feel down to your toes and the life that surpasses this present reality.

Sarah’s website can be visited at:

At Mom2Mom this Thursday, she will be speaking to us on “Finding the extraordinary within the ordinary life”.  You won’t want to miss hearing Sarah’s heart through her beautiful voice!!


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