Sadie’s debut album ‘The Blacksmith’s Girl’ was mixed and produced in Los Angeles by Grammy Winner David Bianco (Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash) The Blacksmith’s Girl is the distillation of Sadie’s astonishing life. The magical eloquently confessional songs are all about coming to terms with her extraordinary and often traumatic past, many of them delve deep into her sub-conscious. Yet like the best songs of Joni Mitchel, at the same time they’re far more than pages torn from a private diary.
The album was released in 2011 on Wildflower Records, the label run by American Folk Legend, Judy Collins.
Written by music critic Nigel Williamson
REVIEWS FOR THE BLACKSMITH’S GIRL
“Wowed us all – Record of the week” – Hit Sheet
“One of the most magical new singer-songwriters to excite our ears in many years … confessional and cathartic”
– Nigel Williamson, Uncut
“Moving and beautiful” – Acoustic Magazine
“Lovely and compelling” – Judy Collins
“A long time coming” ★★★★1/2 – Maverick Magazine
“Beautifully honest style & skills” ★★★★ – Belfast Telegraph
“A joy from start to finish” – Classic Rock Society