Big Time Sarah - Woke Up This Morning - Classic Blues Videos
in Porto Alegre, Brazil in 2002
Chicago Blues legend Big Time Sarah performs "Woke Up This Morning" at the Natu Nobilis Blues Festival in Port Alegre, Brazil in 2002.
Marcos Otaviano - Guitar
Andrei Ivanovic - Bass
Ari Borgher - Keyboards
Junior Moreno - Drums
Big Time Sarah, (born January 31, 1953, Coldwater, Mississippi) is an American blues singer.
Sarah Streeter was raised in Chicago, Illinois, from early childhood, where she sang in gospel choirs in South Chicago churches. At age 14, she began singing blues at the Morgan's Lounge Club, and in the 1970s she played with musicians such as Magic Slim, Buddy Guy, The Aces, Junior Wells, Johnny Bernard, and Erwin Helfer.
Her experience playing with Sunnyland Slim led to her first solo release, a single released on his label, Airways Records. Teamed with Zora Young and Bonnie Lee in 'Blues with the Girls', Sarah toured Europe in 1982 and recorded an album in Paris, France. From 1989 she performed with a group called The Big Time Express. Since 1993 she has recorded for Delmark Records.
Wikipedia contributors. "Big Time Sarah." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 13 Feb. 2011. Web. 2 Apr. 2011.