Influences: Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Etta James, The Brand New Heavies, Alicia Keys, Beyonce, Christina Aquilera, The Black Eyed Peas, Jennifer Hudson, Katy Perry
Sharon Emirali is a singer songwriter who has been performing since the age of 8yrs. Sharon began singing in Country music then moved into the world of Pop music, and in 1992 scored a Top 10 hit with Summer Full of Colour. In more recent years Sharon has performed in concert tours with Tom Jones, Charlie Pride, Rikki Morris (opening for UK stars Paul Young and Tony Hadley) sang in the choir with Bobby McFerrin and toured with legendary vocal group The Jordinaires (who appear on Elvis Presley’s early hits) and Elvis’ drummer DJ Fontana, in support of world-renowned Elvis impersonator Mike Albert. Following a season of performances at the exclusive Hotel New Akao in Atami, Japan, Sharon returned to New Zealand
to become an integral member of an award-winning commercial music writing team. Consequently Sharon is a busy studio session singer and has featured in Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park, TVNZ Singing Bee, The Anzac concert for Maori Television, TV3 Freshly Squeezed Talent show and performed at Rotorua’s Lakeside concert.