We all hoped that a sense of normalcy would have been restored to our lives by the fall. But, as we take measure of the Covid crisis, it is becoming increasingly clear that Covid continues to demand our attention and intrude into our lives.
Sudden changes in Covid restrictions and mandatory quarantines have been wreaking havoc with our tour. And, as the more contagious Delta variant increases fears of infection, I feel the moral obligation to put the safety of my fans and bandmates before my desire to get back on tour.
With a heavy heart, I must announce the postponement of our fall tour until early 2022. Like performers and businesses worldwide, I, too, am forced to accept that it is not a prudent time to get back to work just yet.
I'm turning my focus to a brighter outlook for 2022. We will get through this together.
“A Force of Nature”, the debut album from one of today’s most exciting blues-rock singers, was produced by the legendary Mike Vernon, whose credits include Fleetwood Mac, The Blues Breakers, Savoy Brown, Chicken Shack, Eric Clapton and Peter Green. In 2015, while in Memphis, Tennessee, to receive The Blues Foundation’s Keeping the Blues Alive award, Vernon witnessed a performance by Schorr and was so knocked out that he came out of semi-retirement to produce her.
Already a consummate songwriter in her own right, with tracks on major labels, Sari wrote or co-wrote almost all the songs on the album. The album features the stunning blues guitarist Innes Sibun (formerly of Robert Plant’s band), who is the driving force behind Sari’s new band, The Engine Room. The album also features the incomparable Walter Trout, performing his great song, ‘Work No More’.
Schorr gained prominence in the blues world through tours with blues legend Joe Louis Walker and renowned guitarist Popa Chubby, and was recently inducted into the New York Blues Hall of Fame. A marathon runner and animal rights activist, Schorr lives in Brooklyn with her husband and rescued pit bull triplets.