Singer-songwriter Sarah Buxton signed with Lyric Street Records in 2006 and released her first single," Innocence;" the song peaked at No. 31 on the country charts. As with most country artists, Buxton's goal with the single was to get radio airplay -- but when that actually happened, Sarah was completely caught off guard. Below, she explains to The Boot exactly where she was when she heard "Innocence" on the radio for the very first time.

I was actually in Cleveland, Ohio, at my boyfriend's mom's house. She had the radio on really low, and we heard it, and I said, "Wait a second, that's my song!" And she [said], "Oh, that comes on all the time here."

I don't think I felt anything. I think I just sat there and was in denial of the whole thing: "No, that's a CD, you're kidding me?!" It was crazy.

I didn't jump for joy or anything. I was in total disbelief.

This story was originally written by Pat Gallagher, and revised by Angela Stefano.