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Who Is Sarah Slean?

Sarah Slean is a Singer from Pickering, Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario, Canada. She was born 21 June 1977 in Pickering, Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario, Canada.

How Old Is Sarah Slean?

Sarah Slean is 43 years old. She was born 21 June 1977 in Pickering, Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario, Canada.

Where Is Sarah Slean From?

Sarah Slean is from Pickering, Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario, Canada.

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Sarah Slean’s Boyfriend, Biography!

Sarah Slean is a Canadian singer-songwriter, known for her folk-rock sound. She has been in the spotlight since 2002 when she first released her album “Happiness.”


Sarah Slean was born on November 23, 1976, in Montreal. Growing up she attended Cawthra Park Elementary School and Westview Centennial Secondary School. Sarah’s first big break came when her music teacher told her about a contest for singer-songwriters that had been organized by Canadian radio station JAZZ FM 91 with New York producer Joe Nicolo, who would be judging the competition. After winning this contest at the age of 16, she released an album on cassette tape called “Songs from Home.”

About two years after releasing “Songs from home” Sarah recorded another album titled “Happiness,” which reached platinum status (100 000 copies sold) in Canada and made it onto Billboard Magazine’s Top 200 list in the United States.

In April 2002, Sarah released her third album “The Baroness.” A single from that album called “Sidewalk” was featured on a compilation CD by Starbucks Coffee Company and sold over 600 000 copies worldwide earning it gold status (50 000 copies).

Sarah then went to work with producer Chris Taylor of Grizzly Bear fame and recorded an EP titled “This Is The Day.” Shortly before its release, she signed a contract with Nettwerk Music Group. This led to various tours throughout North America supporting both Rufus Wainwright and Feist as well as many festivals including Coachella, Lollapalooza, Roskilde Festival in Denmark and Glastonbury Festival in the UK.

In 2003, Sarah became a member of the Canadian charity Artists Against Racism and later marched in their “Rock for Human Rights” concert which was held at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre and featured performances by Alanis Morissette, kd lang, Blue Rodeo and others.

Sarah also contributed to various other philanthropic occasions such as benefits for Amnesty International (for prisoners of conscience), Musicares (providing financial assistance to musicians facing health problems) and CBC Radio One’s annual “Canada Lives Here” campaign where she donated an acoustic guitar used on her latest album The Baroness.

In 2004-2005, she toured extensively in Europe with stops including Italy, France, Germany but then returned home to Canada for the birth of her son in November 2006.

Since then, she has produced two albums and toured extensively internationally with a stop at New York City’s Carnegie Hall as well as headlining shows at The Royal Festival Hall in London England’s Odeon Theatre Dublin Ireland, Denmark’s rock festival Roskilde and Paris’ Olympia among other destinations around Europe.

In February 2009 Sarah reunited with Blue Rodeo to co-headline their 20th-anniversary tour which was called “the best show I’ve seen all year” by Rolling Stone Magazine blogger Alan Cross.

She also contributed tracks to Canadian artists such as Leslie Feist and Drake on his first album Thank Me Later while performing live guitar duties on select tracks including one of the lead singles “Fancy”.

She has contributed to three songs on a tribute album for Toronto’s Skydiggers called The Skydiggers Songbook Vol. II and can be heard providing vocals on two tracks of former collaborator Damhnait Doyle’s latest release, A Quiet Light.

In October 2009 she released her third studio album entitled Sans Souci which was recorded in Berlin France and Dublin Ireland over the course of 18 months. It debuted at #12 on Billboard’s Top Heatseekers chart and is receiving critical acclaim with music critics calling it “her most mature work yet” (The Globe And Mail) and “a masterpiece” (Toronto Star).


She has been dating a guy for about two years now.

The relationship is not high profile, but the man does have some celebrity status by virtue of being in her industry and living on the other side of Canada from where she lives so they do see one another regularly. Even if he did live closer to Toronto, it would be unlikely that Sarah’s boyfriend’s name or face would be recognizable to many people because he just doesn’t make as much noise with his career as she does.

He could however play an important role in what happens next musically speaking for Sarah slean boyfriend given how hands-on he was with her previous record Sans Souci and also given his extensive knowledge of music history and techniques.

A Sarah Slean boyfriend of hers by the name of Graham Smith, who is an artist and musician himself as well as a visual arts curator.

He was part of her band at one time but has since shifted into more behind-the-scenes work on behalf of his other artistic pursuits. He co-produced Sans Souci with Sarah Slean from start to finish and also played the guitar in some cases.

Smith projects are often about place and identity – such as Yukon’s music scene or Ontario’s mining history – so it may not be long before he gets involved more directly with Sarah slean latest release, which she says will reflect both personal experiences (her son dying) and collective ones related to broader issues such as the environment.

Graham Smith, Sarah’s boyfriend for the past seven years – and who has also played in her band at various points over that period of time- is an artist himself and a visual arts curator. He co-produced Sans Souci with Sarah from start to finish, playing the guitar on some tracks.