About Sarah

Sarah Flint hit the Bloomington music scene in 1982.

  • 1983 Performing first in rock bands like Blue Hugh and the Colortones, Film at 11, The Mixxe, an early version of The Impass Band Tinker's Dam, and Dr. Bop and the Headliners.

  • 1985 Records with John Mellencamp on his album, Scarecrow

  • 1986 Tours nationally with Dr. Bop and the Headliners

  • 1989 Records with StoneRoad

In the 90s

Venturing into country music Sarah performed every Saturday all day at the Bloomington Community Farmer's Market when it was still on 6th St. That led to working with Andy Ruff and The Dew Daddies. 

  • 1990 StoneRoad duo tours The Mediterranean

  • 1993 Began hosting a radio show on community radio, WFHB

  • 1995 Began the Youth Radio program which still continues on  Saturdays from 7-10pm on 91.3 FM wfhb.org

  • 1996 Starts teaching guitar

  • 1996 Records with John P. Strom

  • 1996 Marries favorite songwriter, Tim Tryon

2000 and beyond

In the early 2000s Sarah became a mother and became jazz lead vocalist for The Stardusters big band. Next, forming her own combo Sarah's Swing Set released two albums including the song penned by Sarah, The Perfect Gift. 

  • 2000 Joins The Stardusters and sings with them for 7 years

  • 2004 Starts Sarah's Swing Set with Robert Stright

  • 2010 Played June Carter Cash in a Johnny Cash revue

  • 2011 Joined Atom Heart Mother: a Pink Floyd tribute band 

  • 2012 Starts teaching ukulele and voice

  • 2012 Holds ukulele workshops through Athena

  • 2013 Joined the The GoZpel GurlZ, a trio of women

  • 2013-2015 Co-director and Director at Girls' Camp of Rock at Bloomington Playwrights Project

  • 2014 Starts Harmony School's orchestra

  • 2015 GoZpel GurlZ evolve into Hoosier Darling trio

  • 2017 Sarah and Dave Gulyas have worked up a nifty jazz duo

  • 2017 Opened for the esteemed and authentic Tom Roznowski

  • 2017 Taught 12 students guitar at Fairview Elementary

  • 2020 Moves to online lessons - first online recital

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