charlotte  sabina




                CHARLOTTE SABINA




Charlotte Sabina is a country artist and songwriter in the tradition of Kris Kristofferson and Bobbi Gentry. Born in Denver, Charlotte spent her childhood in New York where she learned guitar and piano and began writing music. Charlotte recorded her first songs with producer Jeffrey Lee Campbell in New York.  Charlotte was a first prize winner of the International Songwriting Competition.  


Charlotte's songs have been licensed for television.  She has performed at major events and venues such as the Whole Planet Foundation's Pre-Grammy Party at the iconic Village Recorder, and the Google / Grammy / Gibson event at SXSW in Austin, the Best Buy Theater in New York, the Manhattan Beach Pier Lighting, the Nashville International Airport, and in numerous venues around New York and Los Angeles. 


Charlotte now lives in a Los Angeles beach community. In addition to writing, recording and performing music, Charlotte is a student and a surfer. She appears as the female lead in the feature film "Kook" (to be released in 2018). Charlotte is a proud volunteer with the Jimmy Miller Foundation, where she teaches surfing to U.S. Military veterans and wounded warriors. 


Charlotte is currently working with producer Julian Raymond in Nashville. 



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