Sara Bareilles’ Performs on SNL as Musical Guest

Sara Bareilles' Performs on SNL as Musical Guest
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Sara Bareilles finally made her SNL debut. The show was hosted by “Game Of Thrones” star Kit Harington and during his monologue, he was joined by her co-stars Emilia Clarke and John Bradley, and his real-life wife rose Leslie.

Sara performed two of her singles, “Fire” and “Saint Honesty” from her album, “Amidst the Chaos”. This album was released just one day before the performance, on 5th of April. She made her first debut with a lead role in “Waitress” in 2017 which earned him a Tony Award nomination as well as Grammy Award nomination in 2017.

“Amidst the Chaos” was her first album since 2013’s “The Blessed Unrest”. In between these two albums, Bareilles concentrated on theaters, composing for the “Waitress” and playing Mary Magdalene in the “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert”.

She appeared completely into her performance as she sang and stimulated the ivories. When it came to hitting the song’s high note, Sara took off and nailed it easily. Truly she kept up the night’s reliable greatness with her mesmerizing performance.

As per sources, Sara Bareilles had made her first accomplishment with her “love song” from the debut album “little voice” in 2007 that became a great hit. She has been nominated six times for the Grammy Awards till now, that includes her performance for “Adoration Song” and “The Blessed Unrest”.

Her book, “Sounds Like Me: My Life (So Far) in Song,” is a New York Times bestseller which got published in the year 2015.

2018 has been a  major year for Sara, she co-hosted the Tony Awards, got nominated for an Emmy for her role in “Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert”, she was also honored with the songwriter’s hall of fame’s Hal Davidstarlight Award. Sara collaborated with Apple as an official maker for “little voice” a 10-episode series, for which she will make the original music.

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