Sara Bareilles was born on December 7, 1979, in California. She is a singer, songwriter, and an actress. Sara is mostly famous for such hits as “Love Song”, “King of Anything”, and “Brave”. She was nominated for a variety of awards, including Grammy and American Music Awards.
Sara knew that music was her destiny ever since she was a young girl. She sang in a school choir Limited Edition and performed at a local music theater. When Bareilles graduated high school in 1998, she was named the most talented graduate of the year.
Sara attended UCLA and joined a student music band Awaken A Capella. Her voice was heard in their album Dysfunctional Family. The song “Gravity” was included in a CD Best of College A Cappella 2004. Sara performed at the UCLA Spring Sing contest and won it twice.
In 2002, Sara graduated from college and started to perform at local bars and nightclubs. Once she gained some experience, she was invited to better-known places.