SHARON REDD was born on 19 October, 1945. SHARON REDD released Three albums from 1980 till 1983. The first album SHARON REDD released in the eighties is 'Sharon Redd' on PRELUDE Records. Other albums that SHARON REDD recorded are 'Love How You Feel', 'Redd Hott', From 1980 till 1988 SHARON REDD released also twelve singles. The first single SHARON REDD released in the eighties is 'Love Is Gonna Get Ya' on EPIC Records. Other released tracks are 'Can You Handle It (Spec.Remix) (1981 / PRELUDE)', 'In The Name Of Love (1982 / PRELUDE)', 'Love How You Feel (1983 / PRELUDE)', 'Never Give You Up (1982 / PRELUDE)'.

Sharon Redd had an extensive entertainment pedigree.

Her father worked at King Records, her stepfather played in Benny Goodman's band, her brother was a writer / producer for Kool & the Gang and BMP, and her sister (Pennye Ford) is also a professional singer.

Redd took classical voice lessons as a child in Norfolk, Virginia, and later had the lead role in the Australian version of 'Hair' as well as her own television special.

Redd went to London in the mid-'70's while appearing in an American production of 'The Wedding Of Iphigenia'.

After returning to America, she got widespread recognition for being a 'Shaffer Beer Girl' and used the exposure to land a job as a background vocalist for Bette Midler.

She also recorded background vocals on Norman Connors' 'You Are My Starship.'

Sharon got her own deal from Prelude in 1980 and made three LPs for the label during the early '80's.

Though they were well received critically and among dance/disco audiences, they made little impact in the general R & B market.

She returned in 1991 with a new single, 'All the Way to Love.'

Sharon Redd died from pneumonia on the 5th January 1992.

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