Born in Montreal in 1995, Sara Diamond has been singing since she could talk and dancing since she could walk.
Sara began singing children's songs for Montreal-based KIDZUP Records. Through KIDZUP, she has sold over 1 million albums and charted Billboard.
Since the age of 14, she has headlined at the Place des Arts, The Festival des Arts, and opened for Roberta Flack and Bonnie Tyler at Montreal's Bell Centre for over 10,000 spectators. She was signed to Interscope Records (part of Universal) by Interscope President Jimmy Iovine as a member of the teen-girl group The Clique Girlz , based in L.A. As a member of the group, Sara was a spokesperson for Baby Bottle Pops and was featured in several of their commercials. Sara continued to work in LA with some of the top players in the business.
Sara decided to focus on school for a while, putting her singing career on the back burner for a few years. Most recently, she was the American national anthem singer for the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs alongside Ginette Reno.