The Artist Spotlight- Sabrina Fallah

Canadian solo artist, Sabrina Fallah was featured on The Artist Spotlight today with her song "Frontlines."

Check out the interview with Sabrina below to learn more about her career and the song.

What inspired you to pursue a career in music? Since I was very young I enjoyed music. I have been told that before I could even speak, I was humming tunes. As I grew up, I started writing poetry and short stories, which then lead me to songwriting. At the age of ten, I started learning the piano. When I was 14, I won my first competition singing "One Day" by Simple Plan. When I was 16, I decided to get an acoustic guitar to accompany myself while writing songs and performing. My cousin introduced me to Green Day's music and when I heard their "American Idiot" album, that was when I realized I wanted to be a rock singer.
What was the inspiration behind "The Frontline"? My song "The Frontline" is about going for your dream and not letting anyone get in the way of it.

Who are some of your musical influences? A few musicians such as Green Day, Bon Jovi and Billy Idol have influenced my music, but Green Day is the main one.

If you missed "The Frontline" give it a listen below:


Hey I'm Ryan and it's great to be back in Wisconsin. I am originally an Ohio guy and have been traveling around the Midwest for the last decade with stops in Green Bay, Fairmont, MN and Bloomington, IL. I am very excited to be on Rock 94.7 and be living in Central Wisconsin.

When I am not at work I enjoy being outside, playing video games, going to concerts and watching sports.