Canadian Country Music
Sharon Anderson was raised in the Canadian Northwest and her songs reflect a wilderness both in spirit and outer majesty. Real Canadian Country. Sharon has captured a rather unique era in Canadian Country and Folk music, gathering experiences from a rousing frontier position as a wondering prairie troubadour out on the road, then a Nashville music row writer and Capitol artist.
“Sharon Anderson has quietly carved out a career as a singer/songwriter that few Canadian female artists have achieved“… Larry Delaney – Country Music News Magazine.
Sharon Anderson – The Bottom line, Bringing it Home, Life and Times, Enchanted Trails, and Trinity Lane albums are available from Cdbaby and can be heard on YouTube also. The Bottom Line album was done for Capitol in Nashville in 1991, and Canadian chart singles were “Unbelievable Love”,” The Wheel of Love”, and “Pony”.
‘Bringing it Home’ was recorded for Royalty Records out of Edmonton in 1995, and it features the original version of Sharon’s song “Give Me A Ring Sometime” that charted # 2 for Lisa Brokop, and the song “I Take it Back” – winner of the “1996 Alberta Song of the Year.” Real Canadian Country.