Sara Hickman’s New Project Best of Times To Feature Willie Nelson, Robert Earl Keen, Rhett Miller and More.

With an unwavering dedication to increased awareness and funding for arts education and a passion for art and the creative process, Sara Hickman provides a unique and powerful voice for women, her generation and the value and importance of the arts in school. It is no wonder more than 30 Texas music legends including Willie Nelson, Rhett Miller, Shawn Colvin, Robert Earl Keen and dozens more have come together to both pay tribute and add to her philanthropic endeavors with The Best of Times. Sales of this compilation CD, available nationwide August 23, 2011, will benefit Theatre Action Project (TAP), a non-profit that brings art, music and theatre to Central Texas schools.

The 38-track double disc project was inspired by a recent slash in arts funding by Texas State Legislature. “I wanted to utilize my position as the Official State Musician of Texas to promote families being creative together,” says Hickman. “Many times this starts with children bringing home ideas they learn at school.”

The compilation CD was created to raise funds for TAP and help the organization take the arts and theatre back into the schools. Hickman goes on to say, “I knew thousands and thousands of Texas children were missing out on what art, music, theater, dance and writing can bring to their lives.” Hickman’s goal is to raise $250,000 for TAP and share her story with Texas state legislature on Arts Day in an effort to have arts funding fully reinstate in Texas schools.

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Tour Dates:

06/17/2011 - Dallas, TX - Kessler Theater
06/18/2011 - Croton-On-Hudson, NY - Clearwater Great Hudson River Revival
07/13/2011 - Wimberley, TX - Wimberley Village Library
07/25/11 -07/31/11 - Swannanoaa, NC - Swannanoa Gathering
09/08/2011 - Lincoln, IL - First Presbyterian Church
09/09/2011 - Chicago, IL - Heartland Cafe
09/15/2011 - Austin, TX - Bethany United Methodist Church
09/21/2011 - Nashville, TN - Music City Roots
09/22/2011 - Birmingham, AL - Moonlight on the Mountain
09/23/2011 - Decatur, GA - Eddie's Attic
09/25/2011 - Memphis, TN - Levitt Pavilion-Memphis
10/01/2011 - Houston, TX - Unitunes Coffeehouse


Jason Tanamor is the Editor of Zoiks! Online. He is also the author of the novels, "Hello Lesbian!" and "Anonymous." Email Jason at
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