Sara Evans Returns With Summer Album and Launch of New Label

Sara Evans Returns With Summer Album and Launch of New Label

The old adage, “If you want something done right, do it yourself,” is holding true for Sara Evans. The “Stronger” singer has announced that she will launching her own record label, Born to Fly Records, which is named after her 1997 No. 1 hit and album of the same name.

In addition to the new label, Sara announced that she will be releasing a brand-new album, under her label umbrella, due out this summer. The upcoming project will be Sara’s eighth studio album, the first since 2014’s Slow Me Down.

“I’m extremely excited to be launching this venture and I love that the label is Born to Fly. I wrote that song about my own life, coming to Nashville and following my dreams,” said Sara. “It’s a dream come true to surround myself with my own team and truly embrace my entrepreneurial spirit, taking complete control of my career and brand is so freeing. I can’t wait to share this new project with everyone!”

More details about the album will be revealed in the coming weeks. Stay tuned to Nashcountrydaily.com for up-to-date info on the project. Meanwhile, you can catch Sara on the road as she makes stops in Franklin, N.C., and Dallas, Ga., this weekend (April 28–29).

Photo by Kristin Barlowe / Monarch Publicity

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