Sara Niemietz discography

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Sara Niemietz discography
Victor V Disc Phonograph (Gramophone) ca. 1907
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Live albums 1
Compilation albums 7
EPs 3
Singles 3
Video albums 2
Music videos 43
Soundtracks 9

Sara Niemietz is a vocalist, actress, musician and composer with Broadway theatrical, soundtrack and live performance experience. Niemietz is at home in the studio and co-produces music videos and albums with Emmy Award winner W. G. Snuffy Walden. Musical influences include gospel, children's and family, stage musical, pop, rock, blues and jazz. Niemietz is currently affiliated with Taylor Made Studios.


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Niemietz' first single, with Mattel, emerged from the number eight song on the PollyWorld video soundtrack in 2006. The single, "Perfect Kinda Day" became a Burger King promotional item from the Polly Pocket Mattel toy series.[1]

Niemietz had two singles released from the album Teen Witch the Musical, "Finest Hour" and "Popular Girl".[2]

Release details
Polly Pocket: PollyWorld (2006)

"EP/single" ("Perfect Kinda Day") from the album Polly Pocket: PollyWorld Soundtrack

  • Released: 2006
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Mattel, Burger King
  • Writer: "Perfect Kinda Day" — Amy Powers, Lukasz Gottwald (as Lukasz Gotwald), Marjorie Maye and Steve Wolf
  • Sales: Worldwide product promo, unknown number of units
  • Tracks: 1. "Perfect Kinda Day" — Sara Niemietz
  • Bonus tracks: 2. "Work The Angles" — The Splinters – written by: Bob Mair, Nick Vincent
  • Niemietz was nominated for the New Music Weekly, "Best New Adult Contemporary 40 Artist of the Year: 2007."[3]

Albums / EP[edit]

Live at the Cat Club (2003)[edit]

Sara Niemietz recorded her first album, Live at the Cat Club, at eleven years of age.[4] Southern California radio celebrity, "Shotgun" Tom Kelly introduced Niemietz to her audience at The Cat Club, located in West Hollywood, California.[5]

Live at the Cat Club (album)

  • Released: 2003
  • Format: "LP/CD"
  • Label: Skooter Records
  • Producer: Charles Faris, Tim and Cheryl Niemietz
  • Director: "Danno" Hanks, Charles Faris, Tim Niemietz
  • Sales: Sales Rank: 70,323rd in Rock & Pop
No. Title Writer(s) Original Artist Length
1. "Don't Play That Song"   A. Ertegun, B Nelson Ben E. King 4:34
2. "Get Here"   Brenda Russell Brenda Russell 4:30
3. "Oh Darlin'"   Lennon, McCartney The Beatles-Abbey Road 3:30
4. "Standin' Still"   Kitcher, Nowels Jewel 4:59
5. "Take it Back"   Kristy Jackson Reba McEntire 3:27
6. "Natural Woman"   G. Goffen, C. King, J. Wexler Aretha Franklin 2:57
7. "Piece of My Heart"   Bert Berns, Jerry Ragovoy Erma Franklin / Janis Joplin 4:18
8. "Edge of Seventeen"   Stevie Nicks Stevie Nicks Bella Donna 5:31
9. "Fallin'"   Alicia Augello-Cook (Alicia Keys) Alicia Keys: Songs in A Minor 3:30
10. "Love Can Move Mountains"   Middlebrooks Diane Warren Celine Dion (album) 4:59
11. "And I Am Telling You"   T. Eyen, H. Krieger Jennifer Holliday 4:11
12. "A Moment Like This"   Jorgen Elofsson, John Reid Kelly Clarkson 3:54

Though Charles [Faris] was an extremely busy man, one of his main passions was to help up and coming artists achieve their dreams. He started a well known organization called, "The Hollywood Hooligans and The Broadway Bratz", which consisted of many young celebrities that made music CDs, video's, and attended many red carpet concert events. He assisted them in all aspects of their musical career and was their mentor. A portion of the proceeds for all of these projects were donated to help many children's charities, especially for the sick.[6]

— Sandra Kaye, Charles Faris Capitol Records Musician Memorial Fund-Raiser Event Sep 15 at the Laugh Factory, PRLOG

Without A Net (2006)[edit]

John Boylan produced Niemietz' second release in 2006, an EP entitled, Without a Net.[7]

Without A Net

  • Released: 2006
  • Format: "EP/CD"
  • Label: Saranade Redords, Great Eastern Gramophone
  • Producer: John Boylan, Ace Baker
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Over You"   M. Frederiksen, J. Pacitti 3:35
2. "Butterflies"   Alexander "Ace" Baker 3:31
3. "Believe"   Amy Powers, Marshall Altman 3:46
4. "Girlfriend Potential"   Kirsten Proffit, Rick Neigher 3:46
5. "Wishing on the Same Star"   Diane Warren 4:01
  • Alexander "Ace" Baker wrote and produced the song, "Butterflies"[8][9]

Push Play (2012)[edit]

For more details on Sara Niemietz' Push Play, see Push Play (EP).

Push Play is an EP/CD consisting of six original songs. Push Play is Sara Niemietz' first CD offering as the featured performer, a song-writer and co-producer.

  • Previews of several songs from Push Play charted 63rd nationally and 4th in Los Angeles for ReverbNation's "Indie" category, May 3, 2012.[11][12]

Christmas Favorites 2012[edit]

For more details on Sara Niemietz' Christmas Favorites, see Christmas Favorites.

Christmas Favorites is a 2012, EP release of Sara Niemietz' favorite Christmas songs, featuring:

YouTube releases[edit]

Sara Niemietz: YouTube Music Video (Views greater than 100,000)
Date Song Covered
YouTube Music
Chart Peak Positions
Jul 30 2011 "Rolling in the Deep" Adele 7,138,530
Mar 24 2011 "Set Fire to the Rain" Adele 1,280,410 150th
Mar 10 2011 "Price Tag"
(With Jake Coco)
Jessie J 526,441 171st
Oct 11 2011 "Stereo Hearts" Gym Class Heroes
Adam Levine
387,349 48th
Feb 9 2011 "Talking to the Moon" Bruno Mars 365,891 22nd
Nov 20 2011 "Stand by Me"
Ben E. King 422,003
Dec 4 2010 "Need You Now" Lady Antebellum 336,504 32nd
May 4, 2011 "Tighten Up"
The Ellen DeGeneres Show[15]
The Black Keys 184,284
Sep 12 2010 "I Can't Stand the Rain" Ann Peebles 164,139 46th
Feb 23 2011 "Jar of Hearts" Christina Perri 185,779 20th
Dec 27 2010 "I Will"
(With W. G. Snuffy Walden)
The Beatles 170,056 26th
Apr 27 2011 "I Smile"
(Live) (With W. G. Snuffy Walden)
Kirk Franklin 134,199 14th
May 20, 2011 "Keep Coming Back" (Live)
Duet with Richard Marx
Richard Marx 112,207 18th
May 14, 2011 "Feeling Good" Nina Simone 137,407 20th
Feb 23 2012 "World of My Own" written by Sara Niemietz 100,038
Dec 15 2010 "All I Want For Christmas Is You"
(With Randy Kerber, piano)
Vince Vance & The Valiants 101,147 37th
Jan 13 2012 "Evening" written by Sara Niemietz and W. G. Snuffy Walden 100,618
Session releases with more than 100,000 views as of February 22, 2013
- Licensing Sony Music Corp. -
Current counts[16]

YouTube notes[edit]

Niemietz currently has 58 videos on her official YouTube channel, over 40 of those are professionally mastered music studio videos, or live performance videos. The remainder are home videos of Niemietz' early performances and vlogs.[17]

  • The B. J. Thomas YouTube channel carries video of Niemietz and Thomas in duet.[20]
  • The Studio City Sound YouTube channel airs a traditional music video for Niemietz' single "Finest Hour" with 88,605 views as of Sep 4, 2012.[21]
  • The official YouTube channel for Sara Niemietz has over 11 million video views as of September 2012.[16]


Year Title Type Label Niemietz track-list
2004 Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper Soundtrack Family Home Entertainment 12: "I'm on My Way" (03:49)
2005 The Exorcism of Emily Rose Soundtrack Lakeshore Records Musical Score (primary vocalist)
2006 PollyWorld Soundtrack Universal Pictures, Mattel, Curious Pictures 8: "Perfect Kinda Day" (2:20)
2007 Moondance Alexander Soundtrack Caption Records, Studio City Sound, INgrooves 9: "It Only Takes One" (3:13)
2009 The Uninvited Soundtrack Lakeshore Records Musical Score (primary vocalist)
2011 In the Key of Eli Soundtrack Scarpaci/Kelly Productions Inc. "Set You Free"
2012 Mickey Matson and the Copperhead Conspiracy Soundtrack 10 West Studios, EMC Productions "Never on My Own"
2012 Stetson, Street Dog of Park City Soundtrack Campbell and Co LLC "Never Too Far From Home"

Featured artist[edit]

Featured Artist
Year Title Type Label Niemietz track-list
2004 Sugar Beats: Greatest Dance Hits Album Sugar Beats 1: "Dance to the Music" (3:14)

2: "Jump (For My Love)" (4:01)
5: "Kids in America" (4:06)
10: "Vogue" (4:47)
12: "Shake Your Body Down to the Ground" (4:04)
18: "Last Dance" (5:01)

2006 A Hollywood Hooligans Holiday Album Skooter Records, The Orchard 1: "Winter Wonderland" (2:29)
2007 The Hollywood Hooligans Rock CD Album Skooter Records, The Orchard 16: "Bobby Magee" (4:15)
2007 Teen Witch the Musical Soundtrack album Caption Records, Studio City Sound 1: Finest Hour (4:04)

3: "Dream Lover" (4:04)
9: "Popular Girl" (3:14)
12: "What Are You Doing About Love?" (3:39)

2012 Richard Marx, A Night Out With Friends Album and live video box-set Zanzibar Records, TourDeForce Productions "Keep Coming Back"
2012 Richard Marx Christmas Spirit Album Zanzibar Records, TourDeForce Productions "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town"
2013 B. J. Thomas The Living Room Sessions Album Wrinkled Records "Hooked on a Feeling"
  • Sara Niemietz listed 78th on iTunes downloads on May 29, 2012, for the category, "Soundtrack, Musicals, Artists".[22]


  1. ^ Powers, Amy; Gottwald, Lukasz; Maye, Marjorie; Wolf, Steve (2006). PollyWorld (Media notes). Sara Niemietz. Miami, Florida: Burger King. Matrix / Runout: E604-06 |url= missing title (help). 
  2. ^ "Sara Niemietz (Albums) on Rhapsody". 2012 Rhapsody International. Retrieved 2012-04-29. 
  3. ^ Paul Loggins. "STARS LINING UP FOR NEW MUSIC AWARDS SHOW". New Music Weekly. Retrieved 2012-03-28. 
  4. ^ Niemietz, Sara (2003). Sara Niemietz Live at the Cat Club (CD) (CD MP3). Sara Niemietz. Los Angeles, CA, USA: Skooter Records 2003 (1101-01). UPC: 652057110128. 
  5. ^ Niemietz, Sara (2003). "The Players". Live at the Cat Club (Media notes). Sara Niemietz. West Hollywood, California: Skooter Records. p. 1. 1101-01. 
  6. ^ Sandra Kaye (August 25, 2011). "Charles Faris Capitol Records Musician Memorial Fund-Raiser Event Sept 15 at the Laugh Factory". PRLOG. Retrieved 2012-05-05. 
  7. ^ "Projects". Great Eastern Music. Retrieved 2012-04-04. 
  8. ^ "Resume". Retrieved 2012-05-06. 
  9. ^ Niemietz, Sara (2006). "Track list". Without A Net (Media notes). Sara Niemietz. Los Angeles, California: Saranade Records/Great Eastern Gramophone. p. 5. 
  10. ^ "Music – JOHN BOYLAN DISCOGRAPHY". Great Eastern Music. Retrieved 2012-03-19. 
  11. ^ "The Charts, Indie National. 2012-05-03.". ReverbNation. May 3, 2012. Archived from the original on May 3, 2012. Retrieved 2012-05-03. 
  12. ^ "The Charts, Indie Los Angeles. 2012-05-03". ReverbNation. May 3, 2012. Archived from the original on May 3, 2012. Retrieved 2012-05-03. 
  13. ^ Block, Billy (August 2012). "The Billy Block Show Magazine" (PDF). Nashville, Tennessee. p. 4. Archived from the original on August 16, 2012. Retrieved August 16, 2012. 
  14. ^ "Sara Niemietz – "Dangerous Outside"" (Video – Adobe Flash). Dangerous Outside. TheBillyBlockShow YouTube Channel. August 16, 2012. Retrieved August 16, 2012. 
  15. ^ a b "A Talented YouTube Singer: Sara Niemietz" (Requires flash player). Interview and performed "Tighten Up". The Ellen DeGeneres Show / YouTube Channel. May 4, 2011. Retrieved 2012-05-05. 
  16. ^ a b "Official Sara Niemietz Channel". Videos. YouTube. p. 2. Retrieved September 4, 2012.  |Note: These YouTube pages will display current view counts
  17. ^ Sara Niemietz (May 4, 2011). "Official YouTube Channel" (Requires flash player). Sara Niemietz / YouTube. Retrieved 2012-05-05. 
  18. ^ "Sara Niemietz Sings Another Song" (Requires flash player). "Talking to the Moon". The Ellen DeGeneres Show / YouTube Channel. May 4, 2011. Retrieved 2012-05-05. During rehearsal, Sara Niemietz sang a second song, "Talking to the Moon." There wasn't enough time to perform it on the show, but you can see her amazing performance right here! 
  19. ^ "Richard Marx - Keep Coming Back (Live)" (Requires Flash Player). Richard Marx YouTube channel. 29 May 2012. Retrieved 23 February 2013. 
  20. ^ "BJ Thomas and Sara Niemietz / Hooked On a Feeling" (Requires Flash Player). B. J. Thomas YouTube channel. 18 June 2012. Retrieved 23 February 2013. 
  21. ^ tomwweir (May 22, 2007). "Finest Hour – Teen Witch the Musical – Music Video" (Requires flash player). "Finest Hour". Studio City Sound / Caption Records. Retrieved 2012-05-05. 
  22. ^ "Apple iTunes Musical Soundtrack Downloads". Apple iTunes. Archived from the original on May 29, 2012. Retrieved 2012-05-29. 

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