Songwriter Sabrina Stewart has been performing and recording music since 1997.  Sabrina fronted the power pop trio, The Flipsides, touring North America and Europe in support of bands including Rise Against, Alkaline Trio, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, and Dee Dee Ramone. The group released its debut full length, Clever One, on Fat Wreck Chords' imprint, Pink & Black Records.


In 2004, Sabrina entered the studio with Chris Dugan and Mike Dirnt (Green Day), to record songs for a solo release. Stewart toured in the UK and California in support of the record.


In 2013, Stewart and producer Frankie Siragusa teamed up for the romantic-pop project, Pearl Starbird, releasing a five-song EP. The EP featured Stewart's range of songwriting -- from moody ballads such as "Carried Away," to the sugary pop hooks of "The Past Don't Change." Siragusa, known for his work with artists such as Reggie Watts and Ken Stringfellow, is featured as musician, engineer, and producer on the record.

That same year, a song Sabrina co-wrote with Chris Wollard (Hot Water Music, Ship Thieves) for his solo record, "Canyons," was featured in Rolling Stone's Daily Download series.


Sabrina has performed as Pearl Starbird in venues such as Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco, and the Silver Lake Lounge in Los Angeles, in support of artists such as Kevin Seconds and Kepi Ghoulie.


The Pearl Starbird EP, "In Her Diaphanous Gown," is available on iTunes.