Storer began her recording career with ABC Music, releasing the Gold selling album Chasing Buffalo (2000) followed by Platinum selling album Beautiful Circle (2002) and Gold selling album Firefly (2004). She has gone on to become one of the most respected singer/songwriters in Australia.
“Sara has a unique way of seeing and expressing her observations of love and life in the bush. So she is a songwriter who will be remembered beyond her lifetime,” says iconic bush balladeer John Williamson.
Storer’s return to ABC Music will begin with the release of her first Greatest Hits collection, titled Calling Me Home – The Best of Sara Storer in April this year.
Calling Me Home - The Best Of Sara Storer, will include a collection of tracks from her three albums with ABC Music, plus her fourth album, Silver Skies, along with new tracks and some re-recordings of previous chart topping hits. The new tracks have been produced by Matt Fell and Josh Schuberth - both touring musicians with Josh Pyke.
“Sara Storer has always had a unique connection with the ABC audience. We are thrilled she is coming back to what we believe to be her true home. In many ways Sara is now becoming an even more impressive and intriguing artist as she embarks on new collaborations with highly credentialed songwriters both within and outside the country genre," said Robert Patterson, Head of ABC Music.
The first single from the upcoming release, ‘Calling Me Home’ will be serviced to media on January 25, 2009.
Co-written with Mick Thomas (Weddings Parties, Anything front man) and highly credentialed Nashville songwriter Trey Bruce, ‘Calling Me Home’ was inspired by Sara’s old farm house and thoughts of compassion for her old home.
“There is also a strong sense of belonging and needing that place to fall back on even though we unfortunately have to move on to new places. If I sit and listen, I can hear my place (the old farm house) calling me back... to all those things I remember and love so much”, says Storer.