Mia Sable thinks "You Should Know"

What a cute little love song. American singer Mia Sable just released her video for her single “You Should Know”. The pretty singer from Charlotte, North Carolina started writing her own poetry between banging out her parts on the school choir’s piano, and falling in love with boys with guitars, Sable learned to play both instruments, and later, to combine them in composing for herself.

Lessons in singing, guitar, piano, dance, and drama brought Sable to Los Angeles to study musical theater at UCLA. In college, Sable became intrigued by the local indie music scene, and drew new inspirations from artists like Rilo Kiley, Regina Spektor, and Rachael Yamagata. She began singing with other bands, interning at 4th Street Recording Studio (a home to some of her favorite recordings from Fiona Apple, No Doubt, and Incubus), and dabbling in a dream of making a solo album.

Producer Jim Wirt (Incubus, Fiona Apple) worked with her on her first album “Propeller”, she got several nominations for her work, including the LA Music Awards “Indie Singer/Songwriter of the Year 2006” for “My Mistake”, and “Alternative Female Vocalist of the Year 2007” for “Secret Code”.

For her new album “Light”, she worked with Roger Greenawalt (The Pierces, Ben Kweller) in New York and other producers in LA. The album is available on iTunes.

Check out the video with Mia and a cute male model here:

Mia Sable

http://www.miasable.com

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