Sarah Darling Immortalized At The Palm Nashville
Sarah Darling is the latest country music icon immortalized on the legendary wall of the Palm Nashville. Her likeliness was unveiled on Friday, as a caricature on the wall of the restaurant. This long-standing tradition of drawing celebrities, local regulars, and business people to the walls began at the New York City location. Instead of “singing for supper,” artists were encouraged to draw an original portrait on the wall to pay their tab. That tradition spread to the other locations, like the Nashville location Sarah is now a part of.
“The Palm is such a staple in Nashville! I’m truly honored to have my picture in the mix with all the greats on the wall,” exclaimed Darling “I’m truly excited!”
With the addition of Sarah’s portrait to the wall of Nashville’s Palm, it’s obvious that this country music newcomer has found her place on Music Row. Her recently released version of “O Holy Night” has been climbing up the charts, with the music video shot inside the Laura Turner Concert Hall of Nashville’s Schmerehorn Symphony Center. The single was quickly adopted as the official Christmas song by the city of Nashville for 2011. She’ll be performing at the upcoming Music City Bowl on December 30th.
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