She grew up in Ohio, where she launched her career. Sarah Morrow was first female instrumentalist who ever joined the Ray charles’s all star orchestra in 1995. And since then she was playing with them for 2 years. She signed a record deal with French record label RDC Records in Paris.She moved and lived 12 years as a jazz trombonist and bandleader based in Paris, and recorded several albums of jazz fusion; Rebennack was an executive producer of her most famous album, “Elektric Air” released in 2012.
After completing the Electric Air album, Sarah Morrow returned to New York and recorded music for an independent film about New Orleans and Katrina Hurricane. 6 times winner of GRAMMY awards and Roll Hall of Fame member Dr.John wrote and interpreted the song from the beginning, which is the beginning of a long-term collaboration between Sarah and the New Orleans icon. Sarah then returned to France to host the music director and Emcee for the week of Jazz Hot Magazine’s 75th Anniversary in Paris.
Jazz trombonist Sarah Morrow has performed as a headliner and guest performer at jazz festivals around the world. She toured for two years with Ray Charles and currently tours with funk legend Bootsy Collins and New Orleans R&B legend Dr. John.
New Orleans legend and cultural icon Dr. John presents musical tribute celebrates legendary trumpeter and vocalist Louis Armstrong and features Dr. John on vocals and piano, fellow New Orleans native Nicholas Payton on trumpet and Musical Director Sarah Morrow on trombone.