Sarah Cracknell

Sarah Cracknell (born April 12th 1967 in Chelmsford, Essex, England) is the lead vocalist of the pop group St Etienne. With a film director father and an actress mother, Sarah has always led a glamorous life, and has been singing for years. She was discovered by bandmates Pete Wiggs and Bob Stanley when she was overheard singing "Little April Shower" from Disney's "Bambi" in a Burger King toilet in London.

Known for her captivating vocals and stylish presence on stage, Sarah Cracknell has become synonymous with the iconic sound of St Etienne. Her smooth and melodic voice effortlessly carries their catchy pop tunes to new heights. With influences ranging from electronic music to indie pop, Sarah's versatility as an artist shines through in every performance.

Similar artists to Sarah Cracknell include Saint Etienne, Dubstar, Tracey Thorn, Dot Allison, One Dove, Birdie, Pete Wiggs, Annie, The Lilac Time, Ivy and Electronic. Whether you're a fan of nostalgic synth-pop or contemporary indie sounds with a touch of glamour - exploring these artists will surely delight your musical senses.


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Red Kite

Sarah Cracknell

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