Sara Watkins Calls for Passion in “Move Me”

Singer, Songwriter and Fiddler Brings Fierce Emotion to New Music Video

You remember Nickel Creek and the Watkins Family Hour, but Sara Watkins has been flying solo and is absolutely soaring with her latest album, Young in All the Wrong Ways.

The singer-songwriter-fiddler has toured with Jackson Browne, Robert Earl Keen and Tift Merritt and played with the Decemberists, Fiona Apple and Questlove of the Roots, to name a few. She also just snagged a 2016 Americana Music Award for instrumentalist of the year — a first for a female in the history of the awards.

Watkins is a mover and shaker, and her new video for “Move Me” will do just that. Directed by Allister Ann, the clever treatment places Watkins in the middle of Utopian-esque dinner scene as a brilliantly stark contrast to the lyrics which beg for passion and call for a major shakeup.


Watkins is heading to Ireland and the United Kingdom before continuing her U.S. tour.

Samantha is a country radio insider with a deep love for the music and its stars. She can often be found on a red carpet or at a late-night guitar pull.