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Sara Evans Albums
Words is the ninth studio album by American country music singer Sara Evans. She released it independently on July 21, 2017 via her own Born to Fly Records. The lead single is "Marquee Sign".
At Christmas is the eighth studio album and first full-length Christmas album by American country music artist Sara Evans. It was released on November 17, 2014 via RCA Nashville. The physical copy of the album was released exclusively through Walmart stores.
Slow Me Down
Slow Me Down is the seventh studio album by American country music artist Sara Evans, released in 2014 by RCA Nashville.
Stronger is the sixth studio album by American country music artist Sara Evans. It was released in March 2011 via RCA Records Nashville.
Real Fine Place
Real Fine Place is the fifth studio album by American country music artist Sara Evans. It was released in October 2005 via RCA Records Nashville. It is the follow-up album to the platinum Restless. It features Evans's fourth number one hit "A Real Fine Place to Start", the Top 10 hit "Cheatin'", the Top 20 hit "You'll Always Be My Baby", and the Top 40 hit "Coalmine". The album debuted at number 3 on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 124,720 copies in its first week. The album was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for U.S. shipments of a million copies.
Restless is the fourth studio album by American country music singer Sara Evans. It was released in August 2003 via RCA Records Nashville. It has been certified platinum by the RIAA.
The album's first single, "Backseat of a Greyhound Bus", reached number 16 on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Despite the rather low chart performance of the first single, the album debuted quite well. It peaked at number 3 on the country chart and at number 20 on the pop chart after selling 44,283 copies in its first week. The album's second single, "Perfect", fared better and reached number 2. "Suds in the Bucket", the third single, became a signature song for Evans, having reached number one on the country charts, making Restless her third consecutive album to contain a number one single. The fourth single, "Tonight", charted just outside the country Top 40 at number 41.
Born To Fly
Born to Fly is the third studio album by Sara Evans, released in October 2000. It is her highest-selling album to date, having earned 2× Platinum certification by the RIAA for U.S. sales of two million copies. The lead single, "Born to Fly," reached number one on January 19, 2001. The album was one of the most successful of the year. Evans was nominated for five CMA Awards: Album of the Year; song, single, and music video, and Female Vocalist of the Year. She won her first CMA award for music video of the year, "Born to Fly." The international version of the album includes a bonus track, "You", which was later released in North America as a bonus track on her 2005 album, Real Fine Place. "Born to Fly" was a defining album for Sara. Her earlier albums had a more neotraditional country sound, while all of her later albums had a more crossover-friendly country pop sound, similar to Martina McBride and Faith Hill.
No Place That Far
No Place That Far is the second studio album by American country music artist Sara Evans. It was released in October 1998 via RCA Records Nashville. The album's first single, "Cryin' Game", peaked at number 56 on the US Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks chart; this single also included a non-album track entitled "Wait a Minute". The second single, its title track, became Evans' first number one hit on the US country charts. The third and final single from the album, "Fool, I'm a Woman" reached number 32. The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America for US sales of 500,000 copies.
The international version of No Place That Far included remixes of "Cryin' Game", "Fool, I'm a Woman", and "No Place That Far"; the latter excluded the backing vocals by Vince Gill which were featured on the American version. It also included two extra tracks, a remix of "Almost New" from the Clay Pigeons soundtrack and a cover of "I Only Have Eyes for You".
Three Chords And The Truth
Three Chords and The Truth is the debut studio album by American country music artist Sara Evans. The album's title comes from Harlan Howard, a country music songwriter to whom this quote is widely attributed. It also was an improvised lyric in U2's version of the Bob Dylan song "All Along the Watchtower," released on the Rattle and Hum album. The album was released in July 1997 via RCA Records Nashville and it produced three singles: "True Lies", the title track, and "Shame About That". Even though all three singles charted on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, none of them reached the Top 40, making this Evans' only album to not produce any Top 40 hits.
Greatest Hits is a 2007 compilation album from American country music singer Sara Evans. It features ten of her greatest hits from her second through fifth albums, as well as four newly recorded tracks.
The Barker Family Band (Live from City Winery Nashville)
Just Give Me a Reason (Live)
Lay Me Down (Live)
The Early Years
Playlist: The Very Best Of Sara Evans
Playlist: The Very Best of Sara Evans is the second compilation album from Sara Evans, after 2007's Greatest Hits, released as part of the Legacy Recordings Playlist series. The album features a selection of Evans' biggest hits, as well as album tracks and songs that have not previously been included on any of her albums.
Tennessee Whiskey (Live from City Winery Nashville)
Sara Evans & Olivia Barker
Shut up and Dance (Live)
All the Love You Left Me (Acoustic)
Diving in Deep
I Don't Trust Myself
Long Way Down
Sara Evans & Todd Chrisley
A Little Bit Stronger (Live from City Winery Nashville)
Sara Evans with The Barker Family Band
I'll Be Home For Christmas
Feels Just Like A Love Song
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