Known for a vocal sound that really made you think you were listening to an 80s pop icon, Top of the Pops artist Sharon West is back with something totally different! If you mashed up an 80s pop track with a Kylie Minogue dance number the result would be this new Dance Anthem ONE NIGHT, it’s electronic, toe tapping, body moving music! Sharon wanted to give something a little different musically with this release!
Every artist evolves musically and this is really Sharon’s Niche~ ONE NIGHT is slated to become a Dance Anthem, a Gay Anthem, a get up and boogaloo Anthem!
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Hailing from Yorkshire in the UK , Sharon started working professionally as a singer when she was 20, performing with a number of bands on the cabaret circuit and then moving onto working with original bands in more recent years. Sharon has played at a wide range of live music venues and music festivals over the years-and has always had a huge passion for music which has inspired her creativity. During this period of performing, Sharon developed her love of song writing and after being encouraged by a friend and fellow songwriter who recognised her writing ability she began to record her own music. Sharon says that her writing style comes from having very eclectic musical tastes and a love of a wide range of genres, although she admits is an 80s girl at heart. She was hugely influenced by the 80’s music scene and counts George Michael, Alison Moyet and the electronic sounds of the decade as some of her real musical loves. Her music is based on her own personal experiences and those of the people around her and feels that this is very much reflected in the songs that she writes. Love, life and loss are featured very heavily in her writing and she feels this helps her audience to relate to her on both a personal musical level. Her first single “Breathe” was released on the 24th July 2017 and has been hugely successful
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