Sara Niemietz discography

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Sara Niemietz discography
Sara Niemietz 2016.jpg
Sara Niemietz performing in 2016
Studio albums2
Live albums1
Compilation albums21
EPs5
Soundtrack albums8

Sara Niemietz is a vocalist, actress, musician, and composer with Broadway theatrical, soundtrack and live performance experience. She has co-produced music videos and albums with W. G. Snuffy Walden in his Taylor Made Studios since 2010.[1] Niemietz became a featured cast member with Postmodern Jukebox in 2015.[2] Musical influences include gospel, children's and family, stage musical, pop, rock, blues and jazz.

Albums[edit]

As headliner[edit]

LPs

  • Live at the Cat Club (Skooter, 2003)[3][4]
  • Travel Light (2017)[5]
  • Get Right (2019)[6]

EPs

As featured artist[edit]

Year Album Peak chart positions Notes
Next Big Sound Jazz Albums Top Heatseekers Top Independent Albums Top Country Albums Billboard 200
2012 N/A 14 An emerging artist chart[14]
Christmas Spirit 10 181 10. "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town"[15]
duet with Richard Marx[16][17][18]
2013 The Living Room Sessions 34 10. "Hooked on a Feeling"[19]
duet with B. J. Thomas[20][21]
2015 You Gotta Love the Life 17 2. "Feelin' for You"
co-written with Melissa Manchester[22][23]
Swipe Right For Vintage 5 19 12. "This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)" [24]
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[25][26]
Top Hat On Fleek 6 20 3. "Hey Ya!"[27]
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[28][29]
2016 PMJ And Chill 10 8. "Love Yourself"[30]
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[31][32]
Swing the Vote! 11 11. Bad Romance (Sara Niemietz & The Sole Sisters)"[33]
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[34]
The Essentials 2 5 17. "Hey Ya!"[27]
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[35][36]
2017 33 Resolutions Per Minute 8 3. "I Will Survive"[37]

8. "Bye Bye Bye" (Aubrey Logan, Sara Niemietz, Ariana Savalas & Sarah Reich)
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[38]

Fake Blues 5 8. "Love Yourself"[30]
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[39]
New Gramophone, Who Dis? 16 5. "Just What I Needed"[40]
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[41]
The New Classics 5 8 5. "Time After Time"
10. "Bye, Bye, Bye" (ft. Aubrey Logan, Ariana Savalas & Sara Niemietz)[42]
12. "I Will Survive"[37]
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[43][44]
2018 Jazz Me Outside, Pt. 1 21 2. "Who Can It Be Now"[45]
6. "Straight Up" (Sara Niemietz, Olivia Kuper Harris & Vonzell Solomon)[46]
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[47]
The Essentials II 10 10. "Love Yourself"[30]
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[48][49]
2019 Sepia is the New Orange 15 3. "I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing"[50]
Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox[51]
The Essentials — Billboard Year End Charts: Jazz Albums #11 (2017)[52]
The New Classics — First live album, televised on PBS[53]


Soundtrack appearances[edit]

Year Title Label Song
2004 Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper Family Home

"I'm on My Way"

2005 The Exorcism of Emily Rose Lakeshore
2006 PollyWorld Universal, Mattel, Curious

"Perfect Kinda Day"

2007 Moondance Alexander Caption, Studio City, INgrooves

"It Only Takes One"

2009 The Uninvited Lakeshore
2011 In the Key of Eli Scarpaci/Kell

"Set You Free"

2012 Mickey Matson and the Copperhead Conspiracy 10 West, EMC

"Never on My Own"

2012 Stetson, Street Dog of Park City Campbell and Co.

"Never Too Far from Home"

Singles[edit]

[54]

YouTube videos[edit]

Date Song Covered
Artist
Total
Views
YouTube Music
Chart Peak Positions
Most
Viewed
Most
Discussed
Top
Rated
Top
Favorited
Jul 30 2011 "Rolling in the Deep" Adele 8,701,933
Mar 24 2011 "Set Fire to the Rain" Adele 1,559,306 150th
(3-26-11)
10th
(3-25-11)
33rd
(3-26-11)
45th
(3-26-11)
Mar 10 2011 "Price Tag"
(with Jake Coco)
Jessie J 688,493 171st
(3-12-11)
20th
(3-12-11)
35th
(3-11-11)
65th
(3-12-11)
Oct 11 2011 "Stereo Hearts" Gym Class Heroes
Adam Levine
501,529 48th
(10-12-11)
41st
(10-12-11)
65th
(10-12-11)
Feb 9 2011 "Talking to the Moon" Bruno Mars 501,529 22nd
(2-11-10)
87th
(2-11-10)
Nov 20 2011 "Stand by Me"
(Live)
Ben E. King 999,049
Dec 4 2010 "Need You Now" Lady Antebellum 503,545 32nd
(12-6-10)
May 4, 2011 "Tighten Up"
The Ellen DeGeneres Show[56]
The Black Keys 184,284
Sep 12 2010 "I Can't Stand the Rain" Ann Peebles 250,009 46th
(9-14-10)
Feb 23 2011 "Jar of Hearts" Christina Perri 252,984 20th
(2-24-11)
70th
(2-24-11)
Dec 27 2010 "I Will"
(with W. G. Snuffy Walden)
The Beatles 320,642 26th
(11-28-10)
105th
(11-28-10)
Apr 27 2011 "I Smile"
(Live)
(with W. G. Snuffy Walden)
Kirk Franklin 183,160 14th
(4-28-11)
74th
(4-29-11)
May 20, 2011 "Keep Coming Back"
(Live)
Duet with Richard Marx
Richard Marx 184,783 18th
(5-22-11)
98th
(5-20-11)
73rd
(5-22-11)
May 14, 2011 "Feeling Good" Nina Simone 191,981 20th
(5-17-11)
48th
(5-16-11)
62nd
(5-16-11)
Feb 23 2012 "World of My Own" Sara Niemietz 168,921
Dec 15 2010 "All I Want For Christmas Is You"
(with Randy Kerber)
Vince Vance & The Valiants 124,745 37th
(12-16-10)
Jan 13 2012 "Evening" Sara Niemietz
W. G. Snuffy Walden
121,282
Sep 15 2012 "At Last" Etta James 363,879
Selected releases with counts January 7, 2016
Current counts[57]
- Licensing Sony Music Corp. -

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