Sabrina

Sabrina

 Portland, Oregon, USA
BandPopSinger/Songwriter

Sabrina is a singer/songwriter who sings spirited and heartfelt songs about life, love and everything in between. Her music is a little bit rock, a little bit pop and a little bit folksy.

Biography

Coming from an unconventional childhood, steeped in Hawaiian and Mexican culture (her father a mariachi singer and her mother a hula dancer), Sabrina stamps her personal experiences and musical innovations into her songs. The result is a singular, intimate sound that attracts audiences and listeners across the country and by those who have discovered her online.

After releasing her debut EP "The Anomaly," in 2009, Sabrina completed a successful 60-day Kickstarter.com project that helped fund the recording of her first full-length album, “The Hawk & The Hunter.” Produced by John Askew (The Dodos, Richmond Fontaine, Peggy Sue), with special guest musicians including Brent Knopf (Menomena, Ramona Falls) and Brian Wright (Grand Hallway, Carcrashlander),“The Hawk & The Hunter” is a raw and intimate album that explores Sabrina’s personal journey of self-realization, love and desire. Stand-out tracks include the spare-sounding ballad like “Dark Rider,” the heavily percussive “Repeat Offender”, and up-tempo song “The Sea.”

Vocally, fans have compared Sabrina to Norah Jones and Mazzy Star, and stylistically to Cat Power and Feist. She credits much of her musical influences to artists like Neil Young, Nick Drake and Joni Mitchell.

With already a large fanbase in her hometown of Honolulu, Hawaii, she travels often between home and her current base of Portland, OR.

Discography

The Fight (Single) - Released 2011
The Hawk & The Hunter (LP) - Released 2010
The Anomaly (EP) - Released 2009

Set List

Enough music for 1hr set. Sets include all original music with the exception of 1 or 2 cover songs depending on the gig.