Biography

         Nineteen year old, singer-songwriter, Sahara Moon, is a professional musician who grew up in a small town of Southern New Jersey. Her musical inspirations are Norah Jones and Adele. 
 
          Moon is known for her eclectic sound that can resonate throughout an audience. Her passion for music is greatly expressed within her heartfelt originals such as "We The People," "Midnight," and "Seamless Hope." In 2014, she was signed with Rad Kidz Productions for a single release, "Please Don't Wait For Me." Two years later, March of 2016, Moon began playing at open mic. Within four months of exposure, she continued to play music at well over ten different locations along the East Coast. While Moon sustains her ability to perform for local restaurants, music venues, and festivals, she has formed a steady following within Southern New Jersey. She has performed for many art gala exhibits along Long Beach Island. Moon was a part of the Original Music Lineup for the Second Annual Maker's Festival as well as LBI's FLY International Kite Festival 2016.  On May 5th, 2017,  "East Coast Girl" EP was released featuring Sahara Moon (composer, guitar, vocals),  Zinnia Moon (vocals), and Halley Feaster (fiddle, vocals) with Rocksolid Productions. She made an appearance at Stockton University's WLFR 91.7 Radio Station for an exclusive interview and premiere of "East Coast Girl." Moon's single, "Seamless Hope," featuring musicians, Sahara Moon (vocals), Ty Mares (guitar), and Josh Werner (upright bass, mandolin), was chosen for Season One, Episode One of short film, Just Beneath the Surface in May of 2017. Moon was selected into Judy Stakee's Songwriting Retreat where she collaborated with many different songwriters, primarily from some of The United States of America's most popular cities, New York City, Los Angeles, and Nashville.