SharaLee, Discovering My Musical Identity


Growing up in a musical family, SharaLee,a Canadian singer/songwriter from Calgary, Alberta, made her first appearance on the church stage at the age of five with her mother accompanying her in harmony. Many family gatherings were filled with music and everyone played an instrument or sang. Naturally studio work eventually followed. Emerging with her first self-written collection of songs called “Postcards,” the album was developed after learning and listening to her heart to discover her musical identity.

SharaLee started with several cover demo albums and a trip to Nashville to meet with industry professionals and record in their studios. She eventually found her voice in writing, singing, and recording. “Postcards” was produced by top Canadian producer Norm Robidoux. Taking her game up a notch, SharaLee has recently teamed up with songwriter/producer Mark Zubek (Grammy winner Betty Carter) and co-wrote her first new single “Together Again.”

She has truly found her own voice in this new endeavor with a soulful R&B/gospel approach and a tinge of Country thrown in the mix – a resurgence of her childhood church roots. SharaLee’s new sound is grabbing the attention of fans not only in Canada but internationally and is currently being considered for U.S. licensing opportunities.

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