|Date of Birth||29 January 1986|
|Age (as in 2022)||36 Years|
|Father Name||Rojer Jaffe|
|Mother Name||Malea Jaffe|
American singer-songwriter Sarah Allison Jaffe was born on January 29, 1986, in Denton, Texas. She is a singer-songwriter with a wide range of experience, including in acoustic folk, indie pop, and hip hop, and is most known for her unequivocal voice.
Jaffe was born in Lufkin, Angelina County, Texas, to female high school basketball coach Roger Jaffe and art teacher Malea Jaffe (née Jackson). They are sisters. Jaffe and her family travelled across Texas frequently when she was young but eventually settled in Red Oak, just outside Dallas.
When Jaffe was around 9 or 10, her mother purchased her a used acoustic guitar. Even before she graduated from high school in Dallas, she played music and performed. They came from a musical family, she added, with her father’s folk music background and her mother’s experience in the church choir serving as influences. Doug Burr, a musician from the area, was a role model during this time.
Name : Sarah Jaffe
DOB : 29 January 1986
Age : 36
Father : Roger Jaffe
Mother : Malea Jaffe
Siblings : 1 Sister
Nationality : American
Profession : Singer – Lyricist
Height : Not verified
Weight : Not verified
After performing in Dallas, Jaffe spent a year in Los Angeles, close to the homes of her musical relatives. When Jaffe decided to make Denton, Texas her permanent home, she found a thriving music scene that included musicians she had met while in Los Angeles and musicians she had met through the music programme at The University of North Texas.
A six-song EP titled Even Born Again was released independently by Jaffe in 2008. The album, which features Jaffe on guitar and a cellist and another guitarist, has been described as singer-songwriter gothic-folk.
One of Jaffe’s most well-known songs, “Clementine,” was included on NPR’s Song of the Day and made its debut on the album Born Again. According to Jaffe, the song was a spur-of-the-moment creation while on the road with her band in Arkansas. Due to a lack of material, she whipped up this 10-minute tune to tide the band over until they could get some more songs recorded. Jaffe stated that the audience responded well to the song right away.
The Deep Blue Something drummer John Kirtland and his wife Jenny Kirtland of The Polyphonic Spree signed her to their Dallas-based record company Kirtland Records (Bob Schneider, Toadies) in late 2009.
Suburban Nature, Jaffe’s debut studio album, was released in May 2010. It was originally published in December 2008. Live performances typically comprise a cello, a violin and/or violinists (sometimes a quartet), an extra guitar, a string section, keyboards, and a drummer, a significant difference from the stripped-down sound of Jaffe’s debut EP. In addition to featuring on Suburban Nature, Jon Todd Collins also directed a music video for “Clementine,” which was shot over the course of one summer in Texas.
The EP, titled The Way Sound Leaves a Room, featured a DVD video recording of her February 2011 performance at Dallas’s Wyly Theatre. Drake’s “Shut it Down” was covered on this album. An acoustic rendition of Robyn’s “Hang With Me” was also featured. Jaffe explained that she wanted to branch out from her acoustic roots with this EP, and that the first track, “A Sucker For Your Marketing,” was written with that intention. She decided to pursue this new avenue musically, so she went out and bought a used bass guitar and drum set.