About

Hello! I’m Sabrina. For as long as I can remember, I have loved music. It all started when I was living in Cleveland, Ohio and I saw the guitar legend, Jimi Hendrix, perform in a TV documentary. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on an electric guitar. At nine-years-old I picked up the electric guitar for the first time and have haven’t put it down since.

My first concert was at a music camp. From the moment I walked onto that stage, apart from the nerves, performing music that I loved just felt right. Plus, I discovered the amazing adrenaline rush that comes with performing and couldn’t wait to get up on stage again. I then joined the Cleveland School of Rock, and for the next three years I studied guitar technique, improvisational skills and music theory. I trained as a rock and blues vocalist and performed in 14 shows. Not long after I started high school, my family moved to Seattle, Washington. I became part of my church worship band and continued taking guitar and vocal lessons. I loved learning music, working with a band, and performing.

I gained knowledge on almost every genre to prepare myself for composing my own music. I also drew inspiration from some of the greats - Etta james, Carlos Santana, Amy Winehouse, Rodrigo y Gabriela, and Jimi Hendrix. I began writing again and my first EP was born.

Check out my new EP here

Liner Notes

Speak EP
Produced by: Mick Radford
Engineering by: Carson Lehman at London Bridge Studio
Thanks to my family, friends, and fellow musicians for all of your support.

Musicians:
Sabrina Baker - vocals & guitars
Mick Radford - bass & guitars
Chris Barrios - drums
John Adams - 1, 3, 4 keys & sax
Hans Klein - 1, 3, 4 violin & trumpet

1. Don't Beg And Plead........4:34
2. Man With The Axe...........5:59
3. Look At You................5:19
4. Wrong Over Right...........5:43
						
Words and music by: Sabrina Baker
Except track 4: Words by Sabrina Baker, music by: Sabrina Baker / Mick Radford
Mixed & mastered by Carson Lehman at London Bridge Studio, Seattle
Photography by: William Hines