ATTENTION!!! NEW ALBUM RELEASED OCTOBER 2020 ...... BY REQUEST recorded at KROSS KUT RECORDS - timeless classic songs I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry, Til The Rivers All Run Dry, You're My Bet Friend....more... and WWII Classic White Cliffs of Dover.
Sharon Heaslip sings like you have never heard before - Lindsay Waddington and KKR musicians UNBELIEVABLE!!! Look at Songs, CDs and see for yourself :)
Multi-award winning singer songwriter Sharon Heaslip is respectively known as one of Australia’s leading female vocalist of Bush Ballad and Traditional Country Music songs. She sings from the heart and captures the melody and story beautifully every time.
Industry Awards include: 2018 Winner Female Vocal, Bungendore Bush Ballad Awards, TSA Australian Bush Ballad of the Year, Finalist Album of the Year Bungendore and Gidgee Coal Bush Ballad Awards added to more awards over the years.
Country Music festival organisers Australia wide are quick to acknowledge Sharon as people’s choice and return appearances support this fact. Her melodic, entertaining, traditional style of singing and stage professionalism, along with her happy friendly smile and fun spirit is guaranteed to please.
To date Sharon has released 6 popular albums, the last 3 through Kross Kut Records, with Lindsay Waddington as Producer.
When you listen to Sharon Heaslip singing, you are reminded of a beautiful songbird singing its heart out. Be it Pure Country, Gospel or Bluegrass, Sharon sings it real!!!
93 Kennys Road MARIAN, QLD 4753
Singer, Songwriter and Compere, Sharon Heaslip has been written often as one of Australia's leading female vocalists of Traditional and Australian Country Music songs.
Sharon has picked up swags of awards including:
Gold Medallion Media Awards Finalist Female Vocal 2018
Bungendore Bush Ballad Awards NSW, Finalist Female Vocal 2018 Finalist Album of the Year 2018
Finalist Female Vocal 2017, Finalist Collaboration 2016, Finalist Female Vocal 2013, Winner Female Vocal 2004
- Songwriters Assoc Finalist Bev Daniel Commemorative Award for Bush Ballad Song of the Year 2018 A Thousand Different Pictures, Dad’s Younger Days. Semi Finalist – 3 songs 2018
Finalist Gospel & Comedy 2016 New Talent Songwriters 2013
Gidgee Coal Bush Ballad Awards QLD Finalist Female Vocal & Album of the Year 2017 Winner Female Vocal 2016, Finalist Female Vocal, Finalist Collaboration 2015, Winner Female Vocal 2012,
Australian Songwriters Assoc #4 Australian Bush Ballad – A Thousand Different Pictures #6 Gospel O Lord Take Me There Top 10 2017
Mildura CM Independant Awards Finalist Rising Star Female Awards 2001
Australian Capital Talent Seekers Quest Winner 2000
Country music festival appearances include
QLD: Bouldy Bush Ballad Bash, Brisbane Shows, Nanango Country Music, St George Yellow Belly Festival, Widgee Bush Ballad Festival, Pittsworth Gidgee Coals Awards, Munna Creek, Bundaberg Country Muster
NSW: Tamworth, Bungendore Country Muster, Hartwood, Country Campfires, Temora Country Muster, Terara Country Festival
VIC: Mildura Country Music Festival, Barham Festivals, Strathmerton, Warrnambool & Beaufort Country Music
SA: Port Pirie
WA: Senior Citizens Christmas Show
Sharon has kept up her love of traditional style country music and it's people through performances at festivals and shows throughout Australia.
Festival organisers are quick to acknowledge Sharon as people’s choice and return appearances support this fact. Her melodic, entertaining, easy listening style of singing and stage professionalism, along with her happy friendly smile is guaranteed to light up your day.
From Sharon - "The best feeling is when I sing, and someone feels something good from that - how lucky am I to have that privilege!!"
Sharon’s albums include:
A Thousand Different Pictures – MAY 2017 (KrossKut Studios)
A Year Of Firsts 2015 release. (KrossKut Studios)
Songs of Faith (2013) (Sunnyside Studios)
We'll Pick Roses (2011) (Sunnyside Studios)
From the Homestead (2001) (LBS Studios)
“Every time Sharon is on a show, we know we are in for a good fun, happy time and we take that with us.”
Public comments range from: “When I hear Sharon sing our old songs it takes me back to the good old days listening to the radio with mum and dad.”
Take a look and listen to songs on Sharon’s Website