Charlotte Sabina is a rebel and a philosopher. She tells layered, emotional stories that express the angst of a generation searching for truth and connection in a self-conscious and fractured society. Charlotte staunchly refuses to define her music by genre, instead seeking to create songs and sounds that are modern, energetic and honest.
Raised in New York, Charlotte began playing piano and guitar at age 7. At age 11 she opened for Bon Jovi at the Best Buy Theater. At age 12 she licensed her first songs for television, and at age 13 she became the youngest ever winner of the prestigious International Songwriting Competition. Charlotte has released three EP's and multiple singles. She has performed throughout the United States including at a MusiCares / Google live streamed event at SXSW in Austin, at the iconic Blue Bird Cafe in Nashville, and numerous venues in New York and Los Angeles.
Charlotte now lives in Manhattan Beach, California where in addition to being a musician she is also a competitive surfer. Her music and surfing helped Charlotte land the lead female role in the feature film "Age of Summer," released in 2018.