#LetTheGirlsPlay: Sara Haze Shares Photos of a Lifetime of Girl Power
Sara Haze isn’t afraid to wear a cape, or a bright red T-shirt that (seemingly) pays homage to a popular salad topping while onstage at the Grand Ole Opry. Photos shared by October’s #LetTheGirlsPlay artist showcase her personality, as well as all the amazing stages she’s taken during a short career in Nashville.
This is the third of a three-part series showcasing Haze. On Wednesday, ToC readers heard her song “Fire With Fire,” a man-hating tune inspired by a real-life fire at her apartment. On Thursday, fans read her story and learned about the songs she’s penned for Rascal Flatts, the Band Perry and Carrie Underwood.
This photo gallery shows her onstage at the Opry, alongside Loretta Lynn, watching her idol sing a song she wrote at the CMAs and taking a break from a writer’s retreat to pamper with a few famous friends. Follow Haze on Facebook and Twitter, and be sure to visit her website for more information and tour dates.
#LetTheGirlsPlay is a partnership between Taste of Country and the Song Suffragettes collective. Every Monday the group plays the Listening Room in Nashville. It’s an all-female round created to give talented females a voice in country music.
Watch Sara Haze Sing "Fire With Fire"