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Are you fed up with the same old music?

- Then you're in the right place:

Sharron-Idol offers you unique and original pieces of music in her individual style.'s mission

- To turn that frown upside down.

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In 2013, a female technology geek who had wanted to become a rock-star as a teen and had dabbled a bit in the music scene, officially launched herself into the music industry with her single release
On With The Show – The Single  *.


Sharron-Idol’s musi­cal career began at that point, inspired, to some extent, by the antic­i­pat­ed and impend­ing career-star­tup of the awe­some­ly-tal­ent­ed Becky Hill.

Operating from the South of the UK, up and coming singer/​songwriter/​producer Sharron-Idol is taking the music scene by storm with her relentless passion for songwriting, as well as possessing a natural musical talent to match. Sharron has a lyrical writing style which is very much her own, and she is writing songs and laying down tracks on an ongoing basis, at a rate that is impressive for a relative newcomer to the music scene.

Sharron’s debut sin­gle * On With The Show – The Single *was released in March 2013 with pop­u­lar approval from her grow­ing gath­er­ing of fans and indus­try pro­fes­sion­als. Her debut full-length album “On With The Show: The Album * was released lat­er that year fol­low­ing the release of a few more sin­gles, such as Deejay (Remix), Hometown, and Why Don’t You..?  The album deliv­ered an orig­i­nal sound­ing cross-gen­re’ expe­ri­ence, with upbeat urban pop vibes, a hint of punk, post-garage, and more. It com­prised 12 tracks which were written/​composed and per­formed by Sharron-Idol her­self.

Subsequent to the above, in May 2015, she pro­duced a remix in asso­ci­a­tion with Australian artist Aria Taylor of Aria’s track * The Winning Hand *

enti­tled * The Winning Hand – Sharron-Idol Extended Extacy Remixx *.

Later that year, in July, she also produced her EP * Afterglare *.

Idol then embarked upon a voy­age of self-dis­cov­ery and gain­ing matu­ri­ty as an artist, cre­at­ing songs and tunes as she did so. She also worked upon her pro­mo­tion­al plat­forms, which includ­ed the aban­don­ment of her old site and the cre­ation of this new site, with its increased func­tion­al­i­ty and web-2.0/2.1-ability.

Sharron’s recent EP * Something New *  was released in May 2016; invit­ing us to musi­cal­ly col­lab­o­rate with one anoth­er and accom­plish more as a result. 

Even more recent­ly she released her lat­est EP con­tain­ing her new track * Brexit *, plus a re-release of her tracks * Old Star * and * Old Star (Calitopia Mix) *. She also cre­at­ed a track enti­tled * The SiteGround Rap *; a beat cre­at­ed for com­mer­cial demon­stra­tion pur­pos­es. – Although this track was nev­er actu­al­ly used for its intend­ed pur­pose at time of writ­ing, it was nev­er­the­less released on a lim­it­ed sin­gle release via CD Baby only.

In the Autumn (Fall) of 2016 & Winter of 2016/​2017 and onwards, Sharron-Idol is continuing to develop her unique musical style in order to showcase her outstanding natural talent even further – on her own, as well as maybe in collaboration with new and established artists.

Sharron-Idol wel­comes you to the con­tin­u­ing saga of her mis­sion to enter­tain; and she asks you to join her on her jour­ney.


”I’m lov­ing every min­ute of it.
Keep it up❣ You’re Fabulous ~ I love you.
You have a life long fan !”




I have the web-tech­nol­o­gy.

I have the artis­tic abil­i­ty.

*I present to you this grow­ing Idol data­base.

…Welcome to the site that the online-business-community frown on for its reticence to extract the total contents of your purse or wallet, and which sets their head spinning with its lashings of musical & artistic sophistication in the face of cold, hard, sterile commerce.

…And I’m told: 

  • ”That doesn’t look like a com­mer­cial web­site.”
  • ”It’s a bit clut­tered.”
  • ”I wouldn’t arrange it like that…”

- To which I say: ”Great!

Moving on…

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*On a sim­i­lar the­me: -

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– David Risley
(Advanced Online-Marketing Strategies Coach)

*On that note, here’s anoth­er gem from Risley. – This is as much a reminder to me as to any­one else: -

Product/​market fit means that you have to fit the mar­ket… not make the mar­ket fit you.

– David Risley
(Advanced Online-Marketing Strategies Coach)

* At the begin­ning of your career, and even for quite a while after­ward in many cas­es, the biggest con­straint on your growth in pop­u­lar­i­ty is the size of your audi­ence. If you were to only pro­mote your new releas­es to peo­ple already con­nect­ed with you, you’re not real­ly expand­ing the size of the pie. Therefore it is at this point that you should be spend­ing a minor­i­ty of your time on con­tent, and the remain­der of it on pro­mo­tion.

Ignore the­se num­bers – they prob­a­bly mean noth­ing to you.
They’re per­for­mance indi­ca­tors, and I under­stand them.

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