Sabrina has already made a name for herself by performing wherever possible over the years. Some of her music influences include Green Day, Bon Jovi and Billy Idol. You can hear a bit of each of her mentors in her original songs where their influences have become a part of her unique blend of style
Sabrina has already made a name for herself by performing wherever possible over the years. Some of her music influences include Green Day, Bon Jovi and Billy Idol. You can hear a bit of each of her mentors in her original songs where their influences have become a part of her unique blend of style.
She performs widely in Ottawa, Toronto and extensively in Central Canada. She has entertained audiences at various Canadian and international venues and festivals, as well as charity events.
The first EP of original songs by Sabrina Fallah was recorded in England by producer Stuart Epps, who has worked with notables like Elton John, Led Zeppelin and the like. This was released as her self-titled rock EP on iTunes. Songs from this EP are played on radio, particularly by Canadian, U.S. and European university, college and online radio stations.
Sabrina released her single “The Frontline” along with an Official Video in August 2015. Chris Birkett, an award winning producer, produced “The Frontline”. He has worked with some of the biggest names in music: Peter Gabriel, Quincy Jones, Buffy Sainte Marie, Sinead O’Connor, and more. In February 2016, Sabrina made a trip to Nashville, Tennessee where she had the opportunity to co-write with several songwriters and record brand new songs with veteran producer Kent Wells.
Sabrina filmed two acoustic videos for two tracks from her EP, which were acoustically recorded. Her new EP “Kiss Is a Killer” and her videos can be heard and seen on her official website as well as on her other social media sites.
SwaggNation: Sabrina tell everyone where are you from?
Sabrina: I was born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. This is where I have lived my whole life. I am an only child and music has always been my biggest passion. Ottawa, capital of Canada, is a beautiful city to live in. Canada is an amazing country and anywhere you travel looks different. It is a country that welcomes and celebrates all kinds of cultures, backgrounds and nationalities. There are many languages that are spoken in Canada, but French and English are the two official ones. It is a country that has contributed a lot to the world in many areas like arts and entertainment. To name a few in the music industry, I am sure you have heard of Paul Anka and Alanis Morissette who are actually from Ottawa. There are many other famous musicians like Bryan Adams, Celine Dion, Shania Twain, Michael Bublé, Avril Lavigne, Hedley, Leonard Cohen, Sarah McLachlan, etc.
SwaggNation: How long have you been doing music?
Sabrina: I have been playing music and singing on stage for over 10 years. I was 10 years old when I started leaning the piano. At 16, I got interested in learning how to play guitar. I rented one for a month. It didn’t take more than two weeks when I decided to buy my own guitar. Guitar is the main instrument that I use to accompany myself on stage and write songs.
SwaggNation: Can you tell us where you are with your music right now?
Sabrina: I have recorded 2 EP’s (self-titled Sabrina Fallah and Kiss Is a Killer) and my single (The Frontline). I am currently writing new material.
SwaggNation: Do you have a strong team or are you solo driven with many pieces?
Sabrina: I am a solo artist and have been working on my music and managing my business all these years without a team.
SwaggNation: Is there a special moment in your career performing that you said to yourself "Now that's how you do it Sabrina!"
Sabrina: Every show I have done, I have gotten different reactions from the crowd. So I would say that every show teaches me something that I can incorporate into my next one.
SwaggNation: Has being in the industry pushed you in a direction you didn't want to go in or has it pushed you more toward something greater?
Sabrina: From the beginning I always knew what I wanted and I never let anyone get in the way of the choices that I made.
SwaggNation: How do you view SwaggNationMagazine.com as a platform for Indie artist?
Sabrina: SwaggNationMagazine is great, because your magazine helps promote independent artists.
SwaggNation: Any last words?
Sabrina: Never give up!
with Booby Stewart
Bobby: When did you realize you wanted to do music?
Sabrina: I think it would have to be when I won my first singing competition at the age of 14. I loved performing on the stage and didn't want to get off.
Bobby: Tell your fans about your journey to where you are now the ups and downs some people think because you have a voice it's easy in the music industry just sing and get paid?
Sabrina: Being a female rock singer in the music industry, hasn't been easy. I have gone through a lot of struggles, which I had to push through to get where I am today. It is a lot of hard work, but if you love what you do, you work at it as hard as you can to succeed.
Bobby: If you weren't singing what would you be doing?
Sabrina: I would probably be a baker or maybe a race car driver.
Bobby: Have you ever did shows in the USA?
Sabrina: While I was in Nashville working on my music, I got the opportunity to perform a couple of times at the Commodore Bar and Grill. It was a songwriters night and I got to sing my own original songs.
Bobby: If you had a chance to work with any producers or artist who would it be and why??
Sabrina: Producers I would like to work with would be Rob Cavallo and Bob Rock, because they have worked with some of my favourite bands. Green Day, Bon Jovi and Billy Idol would be artists I would love to work with, because they have influenced me and inspired me throughout my career.
Bobby: Have you ever thought about modeling?
Sabrina: No, I have never thought about modeling.
Bobby: What word of advice would you give a young artist starting out?
Sabrina: Follow your heart. Do what you love and don't let anyone get in your way. Believe in yourself and never give up!
Bobby: What do you think about SwaggNation Magazine as an PLATFORM for all entertainment?
Sabrina: I really love it, because they help and support artists to get more people to hear about them.
Bobby: Do you have any new project's coming out?
Sabrina: At this moment, I am in talks with a label, we are actually in negotiations. I will definitely have a new album coming out, but don't have a specific release date yet.
Bobby: And where do you see your career in the next 5 years?
Sabrina: In the next 5 years I see myself with a label, releasing music, touring, etc.
Thank You Sabrina for your time and patience.
More to come from Sabrina Fallah....