Sari Brown is a priestess of song who curates dreams, facilitates rituals, and cultivates beauty in the fertile gaps between cultures. She has lived as an anthropologist and activist in South America and as a musician and pastor in Michigan, and she is in equals parts a child of Motown, mystical chants and Andean folkloric dance. Using textured soundscapes and vulnerable storytelling, her songs create holding spaces for healing, self-awareness and practices of abundant life.
Sari's new album, "The Holy Broken Heart," comes after a decade-long hiatus from the music business, and it explores the shape of healing journeys and our capacity to embrace the mysteries, paradoxes and incompleteness of healing. She has released two albums previously with Earthwork Music, For What is the Journey (2004) and The Color Suite (2009).
Photo Credit: John Hanson