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SARAH HART – Better Than A Hallelujah

Sarah Hart is an award-winning songwriter whose songs have been recorded by everyone from the Newsboys to Amy Grant. Grant’s recording of “Better Than a Hallelujah” earned Hart a Best Gospel Song Grammy nomination. Sarah works as a singer-songwriter writing music for television, film, audiobooks, pop, rock, but mostly Contemporary Christian music and hymns. She has recently recorded her 11th full-length album called “And Lovely It Is.”

On today’s episode, Sarah and John talk about their faith and the power of books and poetry in a songwriter’s toolkit. Sarah shares some fascinating details about some of her most famous songs and how she came to write them, as well as her own music ministry within the Catholic culture.

HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL GET ON TODAY’S EPISODE

  • 04:20 How Sarah started as a singer-songwriter
  • 10:49 The openness to Catholic artists
  • 22:21 Some of the most influential authors for John and Sarah
  • 34:08 Sarah’s love for poetry
  • 37.08 Sarah’s upcoming trip to Ireland
  • 44:00 John and Sarah discuss some of Sarah’s most famous songs
  • 52:36 Sarah shares what her ‘Take Only One Song To The Moon’ would be

WE HOPE THIS SONGWRITING TIP HELPS YOU

Sarah says, “That’s the true mark of art to me, is that the listener has an opportunity to discern for themselves what it means to them.”

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