After moving from Israel to Canada, Moran followed her dream of becoming an international pop-star. As she reached the top, her life took a turn for the unexpected, as she began living an observant Jewish lifestyle.


How about Some Fun Stats?

Years playing music
Number of performances (est)
Women she played for to date (est)
Largest audience in one show

More fun facts. She…

…got married to the most wonderful man in the world, in March 2008
…plays a bit of bass, piano and drums
…speaks fluent Hebrew
…studied Fashion Design
…has a younger brother and a younger sister
…was born in Rechovot, Israel and moved to Toronto at age 10
…loves dark chocolate
…learned in 2 different seminaries in Jerusalem Neve and Shearim
…cooks a mean chameen for Shabbat!

Every Soul’s A Story

Moran has had quite a journey! Starting out at 14 year old, she picked up the guitar and decided that she is going to be a rock star. She knew it wouldn’t be easy, but that never stopped her. When she turned 19, Moran started hitting the open-mic scene in Toronto. Eventually she auditioned some musicians and after many contenders she put together a band called “Tangie Towne”. The band performed many shows and was slowly gaining a small following.

After about a year of shows and recording a 4 song EP, Moran was discovered by a small management company. She left the band in hopes for a solo career and again found herself in the recording studio making another EP.

I’m gonna be a rock star!

Throughout all the shows, rehearsals and studio sessions Moran was beginning to feel restless. She decided to take a break and go to her country of origin, Israel. There she was fueled with inspiration and desire to connect to the Jewish people.

When Moran returned to Toronto she was flown to Nassau, Bahamas to make another record, this time of new material which she would later perform to some of the Canadian music industry’s most influential people.

Now I’m one of them. They don’t quite know me yet but just wait.

A few months later, Moran was exposed to traditional Judaism and for the first time all her questions were being answered. She felt the need to go back to Israel and explore some more.

After 3 weeks of being in Jerusalem and learning Torah, Moran returned to Toronto to find that Sony Records had offered her a record deal, this exciting and tremendous stepping stone in her blossoming music career had come at an inappropriate time. Moran was starting to sink her teeth into the beautiful teachings of Torah and wanted to live her life as an observant Jewish Woman. She ended up turning the record deal down and coming back to Jerusalem to learn in seminary.

After a year of learning she was offered a scholarship to make a record for women. Moran accepted and went straight into the studio. She knew that this record would have to be different from anything she had ever worked on. Being in a place of spirituality, the inspiration had to only come from a holy place, that holy place was the desire to connect to God.

Today the music Moran makes is a mix between rock and pop fueled with mature lyrics and catchy verses. Her expression for the love of The Creator and his Torah are planted in each song, growing within the melodies that come out from Moran’s strong and smooth vocals. Moran hopes that her music inspires many women, just like making it, has inspired her.

Moran has been featured in Mishpacha Magazine (Family First, Chanukah 2011) – Every Soul’s A Story, as well as on Chabad.org – My Journey As A Rock Star.

I’m hearing footsteps but I’m not scared, cuz I’m with You.

— from Hearts of Spades —


You are the light you always shine, but people don’t see….

— ”from —


Back in Zion (2008)

by Moran Sabbah

After years of work, this is Moran’s first official release. Recorded in Jerusalem, these songs all tug at the soul in the unique stylings of pop-rock. Preview 6/8 tracks below (vocals have been removed).

Looking for the lyrics? Look no further.

Get The Album

Even though the CDs are sold out, you can still buy the album now as a digital download. These MP3s will play on your phone, mp3 player or computer. 


Women Audiences Only – please respect Moran’s wishes

Support the Artist – Please do not make copies for others



June 14th – JRCC Garden Party
March 21st – Batya Shabbaton, New Jersey


March 9th – San Francisco


December 23st – HANC, New York
August – Chabad Romano
May – Tiferet Beis Yaakov
Feb – Aish Neshe


December 12th – Tribe Concert
December 5th – Bnos Chava Seminary
November 15th – Shaarei Bina, Tzfat
October 16th – Be’er Miriam Seminary
May 15th – Machon Ra’aya
March 8th – Beis Yaakov, Jerusalem
March 7th – Jerusalem Kollel Melaveh Malka


November 8th – Lights Of Fire Concert
November 3rd – Mechon Maayan Seminary
November 2nd – Sharfman’s Seminary
October 11th – Neshey Givat Shaul
October 9th – Be’er Miriam
September 28th – Midreshet Tehila
September 27th – Tomer Devorah
September 26th – Showcase Of Inspiration, RBS
April 3rd – Seagate, Coney Island, NY
March 28th – Aish Toronto
February 18th – Kol Chana in RBS
February 2nd – Lori Palatnik Mission

December 15th- Bet Chava V’sara
December 5th – Ramat Bet Shemesh Show
November 29th – Online Concert Webcast
November 21th – Be’er Miriam
November 17th – Shirat Devorah
October 5th – Chedvas Beis Yaakov
August 15th – Toronto Private Event
July 15th- The Negev
July 3rd – Lori Palatnik Mission
June 19th – Lori Palatnik Mission
March  14th – Be’er Miriam/Me’or Hatorah
January 25th – Shearim Seminary Performance
February 10th – Fundraiser  @ OU Center
January 11th – Toronto @ Aish In The Annex


December 27th – Montreal @ Chai Cafe
December 11th – Merkaz Ramot Shipira
October 30th – Tribe/Menachem Begin Theatre
October 27th – Rosh Chodesh Show @ She’arim
August 21st – Payis Center – Neve Campus
July 17th – Kol Rina
July  15th – Aish Fellowship @ Novotel
June 5th – Aish Fellowship @ Jerusalem Gate
June 4th – Bnos Miriam Open House
April 15th – Delia Spiers’ “Open Mic Show”
April 13th – Kol Isha Concert “Off The Wall”


December 9th – Aish Wives Chanukah Party
December 3rd – Ner L’Elef  Chanukah Party
November 29th – Hebrew U @ Kibbutz CC
November 27th – Gerard Bahar Centre
November 19th – Tribe Girls “Rhythms Of The Soul” @ Menachem Begin Theatre
September 30th – Moshav Modi’in Country Fair


Moran's mission is to inspire women of all ages and walks of life to connect to their Jewish roots.

Song & Story


Come along a music journey as Moran fuses her songs and the story of how she went from the “Princess of Rock & Roll” to a “Jewish Princess”.

This show has come to inspire countless of women from all over the world to look deeper into their lives and continue the search of self.


  • 30, 45 or 60 minutes
  • Q&A session (optional)
  • Available for small and large events
  • Make a booking



Moran performs unplugged with her acoustic guitar and brings you her energy filled, beautiful set of songs, along with a few fan favorites. Her smooth and powerful singing, weaving in and out of her rock/pop melodic tunes, will have you singing along to the catchy songs in no time.


  • 15, 30, 45 or 60 minutes
  • Moran’s original songs
  • Some popular songs
  • Q&A session (optional)
  • Available for small and large events
  • Make a booking

Guitar/Voice Lessons


If you are looking to tighten your singing voice, brush up your guitar skills or even to learn how to play guitar from scratch, Moran can help you reach your dream! She brings years of professional experience to you for a one on one private lesson for the musically inclined.


  • Jewish music
  • Strengthen your singing skills
  • Learn how to play popular songs
  • In Toronto only
  • Find Out More

What the Fans say

  • “I went to the Tribe concert this year and it was amazing! It’s about time that we have some exceptional Jewish music thanks for the inspiration – rock on”

    — S.A. in New Jersey —
  • “I am so proud of you for the journey you have taken to reach this point of happiness in your  life. I cried reading your bio! You are such an inspiration. Thank you.”

    — H.D. in Toronto —
  • “Amazing website! I’m looking forward to hearing the album! What an inspiration.”

    — L.L. in Jerusalem —
  • “Wow! Your music ROCKS. I have never heard anything like this from a Jewish woman before.”

    — M.C. —
  • “Wow! What you do is so important to the Jewish female world… and the outcome is magnificent!”

    — Y.A. —
  • “I went to Neve this past year, and I just want to let you know how much your CD brings back my favorite memories of all time, from my year spent in Israel at Neve. I listen to it all the time. Thank you!”

    — M.L. —


Moran wants to hear from you so why not write her an email. She'll get back to you shortly between being an artist, wife and mommy ! Questions about life, art, and Judaism welcome!


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