Country music singer/songwriter Sadie Bass grew up in small town Bath, Michigan. Sadie is an outdoorswoman at heart and spent much of her childhood playing sports, hunting, and fishing. For most of her life, Sadie sang behind closed doors, but at age 19 she felt God call her to start seriously pursuing music. In the same month she left college and her softball scholarship behind her, and went all in on her music career.
Sadie has never been motivated by the potential of fame or fortune. Her real passion is connecting with people through her music. “Whenever I am playing a show and see someone in the crowd singing along to one of my originals, or when someone messages me saying they related to my lyrics during a tough time, it’s the best feeling in the world” Sadie commented in a 2022 interview. It is that feeling that ultimately pushed her to make the move from her home town to Nashville in December 2020.
Sadie has now released six studio singles and opened for dozens of national acts including Brantley Gilbert, HARDY, Chase Rice, Tyler Farr and more. She was recently a contestant on season 22 of NBC’s 'The Voice', starred in two seasons of Outdoor Channel’s “Hunting for Love or Likes”, been featured on Sportsman's channel's “MTN Top Outdoors” and Discovery’s ‘Bassquatch Hunter’. She aspires to pave the way for other bad-ass female artists in music, and hopes this is only the beginning for her successful career.