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Sabrina Fallah Rock Singer, Guitarist

Sabrina Fallah
Rock Singer Guitarist

"While Interviewing  Jenn Ibara  I met the Passionate Rock Voice of  Guitarist, Songwriter Sabrina Fallah! I asked if if her talents would do an Interview to Inspire Kids to Love, Play, Sing, Create and Share their own Music. Sabrina , of course said YES!"  Paul Cody


"When you are a kid, you dream about doing something you love. That is where it all starts. You start to imagine yourself being there and that starts to motivate you to go for your dream. You listen to your heart and go for what you want. Don't let anyone come in your way. Don't let anyone tell you that you can't achieve it. Just do it! Go for it! Never give up!" ?

P.S. REMEMBER Your  Suitcase of Happiness from Sabrina and Mark Jaffe  former Senior Executive at the Walt Disney Company

Sabrina Fallah is a rock artist from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. A natural on stage with her polished vocals to her guitar playing, this talented singer-songwriter has a powerful voice and a lot of personality. Sabrina has already made a name for herself by performing wherever possible over the years.

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 singleThe Frontlinealong 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. You can now purchase her EP on iTunes.

Meet The Music Passion of Sabrina Fallah

Interview by Paul Cody and 12 Co-Hosts who Love Sabrina's Music ( Click on their names to meet them)

Paul;  Sabrina, who are your influences?

Sabrina; My influences are Green Day, Bon Jovi and Billy Idol. 

Gayle Keeler ; Who would you love to work with?

Sabrina; There are many artists I would love to work with; Green Day, Avril Lavigne, Kelly Clarkson, Simple Plan, Billy Idol, Bon Jovi, Hedley and more. 

Paul: Tell me about your song "Kiss Is a Killer"?

Sabrina; I co-wrote this song in Nashville, Tennessee with a songwriter. He came up with the song title, which when I heard it, I knew it was going to be the title of the EP and the single for the record. How the song idea came about was I thought about Grease, you know the guys with the leather pants, leather jackets, trying to be cool to get the girls. You know like bad boys, but not the mean bad boys, the cool bad boys. The boys who gets the girl and gives the best kisses ever. I thought that was a cool idea and we went along with it. 

Jennifer Lynn Edwards ; What song have you written that has surprised you in some way?

Sabrina: I think it would have to be my song "Kiss Is a Killer", which I co-wrote, because as soon as I heard my songwriter tell me about the song idea he had, which was "Kiss Is a Killer,  I knew it was going to be the title of the EP and the single for the record.

David Guitard;  I'd like to ask you if your songs have come from personal experiences that have affected you in a profound way that now come out in your music?

Sabrina: Yes, some of my songs are very close to my heart. 

Paul:  What got you into music?

Sabrina: The love and passion for it. 

Kristin K Cuevas;  What song did you first cover?

Sabrina; I don't quite remember the first one, but I can remember playing Avril Lavigne songs. 

Paul;  If you could open up for one band, who would it be and why?

Sabrina; It would be Green Day, because they are the ones that got me into music. 

Carlos Santana When's the first time you heard green day?   And how long did it take for you to fall in love?   When did you first realize you wanted to perform?

Sabrina: I heard Green Day when I was 16 years old. I fell in love with them the minute I heard them. I connected with them and they have been my major influence since.

I first realized I wanted to perform at the age of 14 after getting 1st place in a singing competition.

ItzélWhat is your biggest motivation?

Sabrina; To stay positive and do what I love. 

Paul;  What do you love most about performing?

Sabrina; Seeing the people in the crowd dancing and singing along with me. I love the energy that I get on stage. 

Kieran Gregory What hidden talents or hobbies do you have other than music that your fans may be surprised to find out about?

Sabrina; I love to bake cookies, muffins, cupcakes, brownies, cakes, basically anything with chocolate. 

Sarah Middleton How did you get into music and did you have any inspiration from other artists?

Sabrina: I was always writing short stories and poetry when I was younger. Then at some point I decided to write songs, which lead me to start learning an instrument, the guitar, so I could add music to my lyrics. I was always singing, especially when I was a baby, I was humming tunes. Music has always been a part of my life.

All the artists that I listen to have inspired me in many ways.

Ollie Middleton;  Is there going to be a video for your song "Stuck Up"?

Sabrina; At this moment I am not sure, but it will definitely be a fun music video to film. 

Shamiso; Which famous musicians do you admire? Why?   How do you handle mistakes during a performance? Do you get nervous before a performance?  Which instrument did u learn first?

Sabrina; I admire a lot of musicians, because they have encouraged me not to give up on what I love to do.

If I mess up a guitar chord on stage, or a song lyric, I just keep going. I don't stop. I also try not to make it noticeable if I do.

Before I go on stage, I get really excited and anxious. Sometimes I get nervous, but I know how to control it. Once I am on stage, it goes away.

The first instrument I learned was the piano when I was 10 years old.

Jeremy ; If you could have any super power, what would it be?

Sabrina; It would be invisibility and mind reading. I think those would be cool to have.

Liz; How old were you when you discovered you had the gift for music?

Sabrina; When I was 14 years old, I won 1st place in a singing competition and that was when I knew I wanted to pursue a singing a career.

Thank you,

Sabrina Fallah

Official Website http://sabrinafallah.com/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/thefallah
Twitter: https://twitter.com/sabrinafallah
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sabrina_fallah/
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MySpace: https://myspace.com/thefallah
SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/sabrinafallah
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