Sarah Buxton grew up in Lawrence, Kan., and became actively involved in music as a child by learning piano, playing flute and joining a children's choir. She sang Patty Loveless' "Blame It on Your Heart" at a talent show as a junior in high school. As she learned more about music, she became interested in songwriters and began writing poetry. After graduation, she met one of her musical idols, Stevie Nicks, who encouraged her to pursue music, which meant a move to Nashville.
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Sarah Buxton (born July 3, 1980, in Lawrence, Kansas) is an American country music artist, signed to the independent Lyric Street Records. She has charted four singles on the Billboard country charts: "Innocence" at #31, "That Kind of Day" at #26 and "Space" at #38, as well as "Outside My Window." In addition, she co-wrote Keith Urban's 2007 single "Stupid Boy," and released an EP in 2007 entitled Almost My Record. Her self-titled debut album will be released in February 2010.