Known in her heyday as “the blues sensation from the Western,” the big-voiced Sara Martin was one of the better of the basic feminine blues singers from the ’20s. Martin started her career like a vaudeville performer, switching to blues performing in the first ’20s. In 1922, she started documenting for OKeh Information, cutting several bawdy blues like “Mean Tight Mama.” She continuing documenting until 1928. During this time period, Martin became a favorite performer for the southern Theatre Owners’ Reservation Association circuits, ultimately playing theaters and night clubs for the east coastline aswell. In the first ’30s, Sara Martin retired from blues performing and resolved in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. While she is at Louisville, she went a nursing house and sometimes sang gospel in chapel. Sara Martin passed away after struggling a heart stroke in 1955.