Love One Woman
Sharon Hancock 'A voice as pure as the Appalachian Mountains' 'Enchanting... lovely... authentic southern charm' Entertaining audiences comes easy for Northeast Alabama native Sharon Hancock. The youngest of four sisters, Sharon has grabbed the spotlight all of her life. 'Where I come from in the foothills of the Appalachians, music is a vibrant part of everyday life', Sharon explains in that sweet southern drawl. From the time Sharon Hancock was three years old, you could find her standing atop a piano bench in her little country church singing her heart out. Influences by artists her older sisters exposed her to shaped her musical interests - artists as diverse as Tammy Wynette, Olivia Newton-John, Eagles, and Journey. These days, Sharon has developed her own style of Country as she naturally commands attention with her beauty, class and, of course, her incredible vocal ability. Hancock touches the hearts of audiences everywhere she performs. Sharon was among a stellar list of entertainers who recently performed at the 14th annual Big Spring Jam in Huntsville, AL which is one of the largest outdoor music festivals in the South. "Being on the WDRM Country stage at Big Spring Jam was a dream come true - it was awesome!", she said. Whether she is singing at NASA events at Marshall Space Flight Center, live music venues, professional sports arenas where Sharon regularly sings the National Anthem, various Concerts in the Park, or singing at churches (she doesn't have to stand on piano benches anymore to be heard or seen, though!) - Sharon Hancock is well worth the price of admission. Sharon worked on this brand new project with Nashville singer/songwriter/producer Mak Kaylor along with some of the finest musicians Nashville has to offer. "I love being in the studio! Not only is it one of the most fun times for me as an artist, but I am always in awe watching these talented musicians add their magic to the songs", Hancock explains. This exciting new project exposes pieces of Sharon's sentimental heart as you can hear in "Ordinarily No" which has become a crowd favorite at her shows. It shifts into high gear with attitude on the edgy 'Love One Woman' and guitars drive the upbeat 'You Run'. Sharon Hancock's project will make you want to run to your radio station and request it - run to your record retailer and ask why it's not there yet - and run to your remote control to turn up the volume! Check it out for yourself and then add this CD to your collection... Sharon Hancock is out of this world!