A world class musician, vocalist and performer, Sarah is this year celebrating 35 years in the music industry.


Without a doubt one of the finest pedal steel guitarists in the world, Sarah has performed and collaborated with some of the biggest names in music including Van Morrison, Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, Elkie Brooks, Ricky Skaggs, Gene Watson, Glen Campbell, Kenny Rogers, Charlie Pride, Billy Ray Cyrus, The Water Boys, Daniel O Donnell through to popular children’s cartoon character ‘Bob The Builder’ demonstrating not only her diversity between musical genres but also her versatility on a range of instruments including steel guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, dobro, banjo, mandolin and of course lead and harmony vocals.

Over the last three and a half decades, Sarah has been voted British European Country Artist of the Year for several consecutive years and has performed in over 40 different countries. Recent performances include a headline slot for her own band at several European Country Festivals including Silkeborg 2011 in Denmark, a world tour with singer songwriter Van Morrison including performances at New York’s Madison Square Gardens, New Orleans Jazz Festival, Montreux Jazz Festival and live recordings on Van’s recent album ‘Keep It Simple’ and live DVD ‘Astral Weeks Live at the Hollywood Bowl.’


‘widely regarded as one of the finest exponents of pedal steel guitar anywhere in the world’
Peavey Monitor Magazine

‘smooth and accomplished’
Time Out

‘a leading light of her chosen genre’ ‘a woman to be reckoned with’
The Stage

‘undisputed slide and steel playing abilities’, ‘extremely talented’

‘the finest home nurtured artiste we have ever produced’
Cross Country Magazine

‘One of the best albums I’ve heard from a British artist’
The Northern Echo

‘one of this country’s leading talents’
Country Music News and Routes

‘a multi-instrumental prodigy – Sarah Jory combines the musical technique of Albert Lee and the vocal quality of Bonnie Raitt’
Rock n Reel

‘princess of the steel guitar’, ‘a multi-talented performer’
The Gazette

‘unique in the world’, ‘without doubt one of the highlights of the Bath 2002 International Guitar Festival’
Bath Chronicle