Sara Jackson-Holman’s ‘Trippin’ jazzes with zag, and never under-estimates in its vibrance. The mahogany tags, of beautified envisions, shatter nuances and dances into your heart.
Sara poetically stated: “I hope you guys are taking care of yourselves, I hope you are ok— it’s hard not to feel absolutely panicked with everything that’s going on right now. I’ve been trying to tolerate the uncertainty, do what I can but surrender where I have no control.”
“On the bright side, my introvert self embraced “social distancing” with glee—it’s a term so good it feels like it belongs in Curb Your Enthusiasm. but going to the grocery store yesterday, looking at the emptied freezers, the empty shelves, (except for canned green beans and canned pumpkin of course), the sort of stricken faces of my neighbors— it felt palpably apocalyptic.”
“I felt so hard for everyone working there amidst this chaos—I hope people are being kind and patient. Anyway now I have beans and wine lol. And this song which I hope gives you a sense of hope for warmer, simpler days.”
From the get-go, Sara’s been drawn to the warmth of what music can do. A student of music and several of its instruments, the talented wisp of story telling, angelically subsides in the folds of Sara’s immediate reckoning.
And with each undulation, we take a ride, for betterment.