About Sarah Carnegie: The Melbourne based singer/songwriter Sarah Carnegie, presents a unique musical offering that has constructed a world where her voice powerfully conveys the emotions of her lyrics, from subtle sweetness to heartfelt passion. With the dominant element of storytelling, her lyrics and vocal melodies are accessible to a wide audience through a folk/pop style. Sarah recently opened for Katie Noonan at The Vanguard in Sydney and the Prince of Wales in Melbourne. The songs featured from her first solo EP entitled \'Blind\', convey a sophisticated style which explores range and strength through songwriting, the arrangements and vocally.The EP was co-produced by ARIA award-winning Anton Hagop, whose previous experience includes work with Powderfinger, Silverchair and many other successful Australian and international artists. In 2004 Sarah was part of the line up for \'A day on the green\' in November at Bimbadgen Estate where she had found herself 9 months previously, involved in an impromtu performance with Alaskan artist Jewel. The festival included artists such as Joe Camilleri, Diesel and headlining act Elvis Costello. For Sarah, November also brought with it the support for Tina Arena, joining the tour in Coffs Harbour. Sarah frequents Sydney venues such as The Vanguard, The Brass Monkey and the Basement where she has supported US singer/songwriter Steve Poltz (co-writer of Jewel\'s hit You were mean\'t for me) and has opened for and played alongside Marcia Hines, Evermore, Diana Ah Naid, Monique Brumby, and Candice Alley. Joining this list early 2006, US singer/songwriter Jason Mraz (The Remedy) where Sarah opened the Sydney leg of the perfomer\'s Australian tour. Previously, Sarah fronted a four-piece band, My Friend Benny, with whom she completed a 5 track EP, Alone in a Crowded Room, in 2002. This EP was also co-produced and recorded by Anton Hagop. The EP\'s second track \'Rescue Me\' was selected for use in the Human Society International television advertisement in 2003 and was played on numerous television stations, including channels 7, 9 & 10, SBS, ABC, as well as a number of local stations across the country and Asia.