Kelly performing in 2007
Sarah Kelly is a contemporary Christian artist from Rockford, Illinois. She was signed to Gotee Records, a Christian label under EMI. Kelly is a two time Grammy Award nominee for albums "Take Me Away" and Where The Past Meets Today in the category of Best Rock Or Rap Gospel Album. Her music has compared to mainstream artists Sheryl Crow, Janis Joplin, Norah Jones, Carole King, and Sarah McLachlan.
Sarah is married to Jonas Ekman whom she met at a concert in Sweden, and they were married in 2008. The couple lives in Woodlands, Texas and she leads worship at Woodlands Church.
|Top 200||US Christian||US Heat||Swedish Albums Chart|
|2000||Experience Worship/You Overwhelm Me||Self-Released||—||—||—|
|2003||Rebuild My Heart||Self-Released||—||—||—|
|2003||Sarah Kelly EP||Self-Released||—||—||—|
|2004||Take Me Away||Gotee Records||—||23||32|
|2006||Where the Past Meets Today||Gotee Records||165||9||6|
|2008||Born To Worship||Gotee Records||—||—||—|
Sarah Kelly has also recorded a cover of "What If I Stumble," by Christian rock/pop group dc Talk, which appears on the compilation album Freaked! A Gotee Tribute to dc Talk's "Jesus Freak."'
Sarah Kelly was featured on Jars of Clay's single I'll Fly Away from the album Redemption Songs released in 2005 Sarah Kelly has recorded a cover of "Stand Up For Jesus," which was written by Adam Watts and Andy Dodd.
- Kurowski, Jeff (April 3, 2009). "Christian singer's music is snapshot of her life". The Compass (official newspaper of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin).
- "49th Annual Grammy Award Nominees List: Gospel Categories". Grammy.org.
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