Born in England to Dominican parents, raised in Canada and now residing in Hamilton, Ontario; Singer/Songwriter Sharon Musgrave shot to prominence with her hit song Fascinating Rhythm.
A song she wrote and performed with William Orbit. She then worked with jazz pianist Julian Joseph on The Language of Truth performing Curtis Mayfield’s The Other Side of Town.
The video from her first solo album Selah made the top 20 on Bravo! Canada’s Video Chart Count Down. After making a debut performance at The TD Jazz Festival in Toronto she then performed throughout Canada.
A dance track she wrote and performed on entitled Nobody was released on Timewarp in Europe. The song was then singled out for Ibiza Lounge-3, a compilation which included Nora Jones and Coldplay.
UK producer Steve Miller of After Life asked her to appear on his album project Electrosensitive. She wrote and performed the dance track Fantasy.
Musgrave co-produced her second solo album Outflow with Drummer/Producer Peter Grimmer.
Musgrave then embarked on her first deephouse EDM album
Sharon Musgrave’s third solo album, Sha’s Archives, is currently available for download on Amazon, Dusty Groove, Zosar, and sharonmusgrave.com.
The A in Sha is a long vowel. Sha’s Archives is an archival project produced by Peter Grimmer. Grimmer’s jazz inspired instrumental track, Sha’s Archive, is featured on the album.
The album also includes two tracks mixed by L. Stu Young.
Musgrave’s beloved friend and fellow Hamiltonian, the late legendary guitarist Brian Griffith, is featured on the track Triumph of Brian.
Sha’s Archives is approachable, inventive, and flavorsome with a personality all of its own.
Each song has a journey.
Each journey has a “peace” of Sharon. The genre is soul with all its affiliates.