Sarah Wheeler “has the presence of a 40-foot lady ape stomping on her enemies.”…an "effortlessly big voice"-Adrian Mack The Georgia Straight
Having released her third album entitled Out Of The Woodwork, Sarah has also collaborated on recordings such as “Don’t You Think We Should Be Closer” by Edmonton's Mark Davis of Old Reliable, and “A Small Wonder” by A.C. Newman of the New Pornographers. Sarah has played live with artists including Mike McDonald of Jr. Gone Wild, and Dan Mangan.
Stuart Derdeyn from The Province reviewed Out Of The Woodwork saying, “start to finish, this is a very solid effort".
Out of the Woodwork is the culmination of over 20 years of songwriting experience for Wheeler. A musical heritage inherited from her grandfather, a Vancouver pianist that backed jazz greats including Nat King Cole and Sammy Davis Jr.
"One of Vancouver's punchiest indie singers." Fish Griwkowsky, Edmonton Sun