Radio Play!

Sara’s music has been featured on KKRN Round Mountain Radio at 88.5 FM. KKRN FM is a volunteer-based, listener-supported radio station fostering positive social change and healthy communities by entertaining, informing and educating through diverse music, culture, news, and public affairs programming. Tune in to hear Trinity River Love Song and others on the radio. 🙂

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She has been interviewed for the segment “Late Night Poetry Jam” with Pamela Spoto which can be found here:

And on June 22, 2016 on Local Motion by Shane

And on June 21, 2017 Dig This Environmental Watch with Pamela Spoto

See Sara Live at Yantra Music in Weaverville, September 2018

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Support from and for Paul Krafel:

The subject line of the first is
Cairns: Her Songs Have Heft. The second is Cairns: Dancing to the Songs

I don’t do advertisements in Cairns and what follows is not an
advertisement—in the sense that I am not deriving financial gain from
sending these emails. I am sending these songs to you for three reasons.

1. Alysia and I really, really like her music. We both often comment on how
often we find the lyrics (not just the tunes) running gently in our minds. We
often surface from sleep accompanied by her music. This power has
continued for months; her songs have staying power. So I can easily pass on her music to you as a gift, not as a pitch.

2. Sara Hoxie, the composer/artist of the attached songs, is a Chrysalis
teacher and I want to support her and help her music reach a wider audience.
Feel free to forward my emails with the attached songs to others.

3. In addition, some of you might appreciate much of her music as being
place-based. The first sample I send you (Trinity River Love Song) is an
example of this. Not only is it rooted in the Trinity River (about 60 miles
from here), the central imagery would tend to arise only in a composer who
has spent time by rivers.

If you like her music, you can go to
to order her CD.

Paul’s Website:
You can find more of Paul Krafel’s blog here at: