Sabrina Fallah is a rock singer, songwriter and guitarist artist from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Her musical influences are Green Day, Bon Jovi and Billy Idol.
In January 2019, she released her compilation CD "Sabrina Fallah" with a bonus new track called "Everything" with her label Dance Plant Records distributed by The Orchard on iTunes. The tracks on it are "All Or Nothing", "One Chance", "Break Through", "Ask", "Sorry", "The Frontline", "Kiss Is a Killer", "Stuck Up", "Didn't Last", "Paradise Comes With a Price", "Hurt", and "Everything".
In November 2019, Sabrina got her first mainstream interview and airplay opportunity on WSBS Radio (860 AM and 94.1 FM). Her songs "The Frontline" and "Hurt" got played during her interview with Ron Carson. The interview was re-aired in early 2020 and the listeners started calling into the station requesting her music.
Ever since WSBS Radio gave her a chance, more and more stations started playing her music. "Hurt", "The Frontline", "Kiss Is a Killer", "Stuck Up", "All or Nothing" and "Everything" have been played and some are in rotation on mainstream radio stations internationally.
Her performance will be a mix of originals and cover songs.
Jumpin' Joel Flash
Jumpin’ Joel Flash is a singer, composer, and entertainer who developed his on-the-fly style and triple-octave range through pure repetition. Non-stop rock with various bands and theatre productions over the course of 20 years.
Growing up, Joel played 2nd trumpet in the school band. But singing was really what got him going, and so when he hit the ripe age of 20, he joined his first band, squawked into the mic and never looked back. Since then, he’s played countless shows, written/cowritten dozens of songs, and even composed the score to a musical one time for fun.
Joel is the co-host of The Monday Special Blend on CKCU FM. He is the host of The Ottawa Music Video Showcase and Live! On Elgin Open Mic on Rogers 22. He is a former board member of the Ottawa Music Industry Coalition, and currently works as the Marketing Manager for Folk Music Ontario.