Sabrina Whyatt is no ordinary lady. From hauling crab pots 100 miles offshore to belting it out for a stadium full of fans, this Newfoundland woman is proof that with big dreams and hard work, anything is possible. And she’s just getting started!
With one successful country record under her belt in her home province, Sabrina plans to take her second album nation-wide. And she’s holding nothing back.
A new reality television series airing this fall on NTV (over a million weekly viewers across Canada) will document her extraordinary journey. Viewers will get an inside look at her life as a sea captain and on the deck of her 65-foot crab boat braving the fiercely unpredictable North Atlantic Ocean alongside her uncles. Viewers will also get to follow her musical journey as she writes and records a new country album to be released later this fall.
It’s her life experiences from which Sabrina draws musical inspiration. From honoring her family legacy in “Carry on Tradition” to nursing a broken heart in “Whiskey Woman”, her lyrics are very honest with not a trace of artifice to be found. Her tunes are catchy that will have you singing along the first listen. Sabrina wrote "C’mon Boys" on the deck of her fishing boat from the rhythm of spliced rope racing through the crab hauler. She hears music in everything.
For more information on the singing crabfisherwoman, please visit www.sabrinawhyatt.com.