Sara Evans: A Little Bit Stronger | Alzheimer’s Association

In this behind-the-scenes video for the Alzheimer’s Association Music Moments project, Sara Evans shares her personal connection to her rendition of “A Little Bit Stronger” and her thoughts on music’s ability to connect us to life’s most important moments.

“Music is a miracle, and it’s a gift that I could share with my dad.”

With her insightful songwriting and warm, evocative voice, Sara Evans is the fifth most-played female country radio artist in nearly the last two decades. She’s earned a long list of accolades across 10 albums, including the Academy of Country Music Top Female Vocalist and nominations from the American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Country Music Association, CMT and Grammy Awards.

Evans experienced the pain of Alzheimer’s firsthand when her granny and then her father, both of whom greatly influenced her career and her love of music, developed the disease. Evans offers her song, “A Little Bit Stronger,” to the Music Moments project as a tribute to them. In the face of life’s most difficult moments, music can help. “A Little Bit Stronger” emboldens listeners to trust their inner strength and know that they’ll make it through in the end. “The best feeling is when you do get past that hard time and you realize that you’re so much stronger,” she says.

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