NY vocalist Sharon Bryant joined up with Atlantic Starr in the past due ’70s, and her declarative, sensual tone of voice helped make sure they are a significant act once they agreed upon with A&M in 1979. She was highlighted on such strikes as “When Like Phone calls” and “Circles,” both which were TOP R&B singles. Bryant departed the group in 1984, and wedded Rick Gallaway, a previous Transformation member. She do some session function before reducing her very own LP for Wing in 1989, Right here I Am. It didn’t create much action, although one “Foolish Heart” was well received.
|Meeting Spencer||2010||performer: "Oh Happy Day" - as Sharon B. Bryant|
|Pokémon||1998||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|People: A Musical Celebration||1995||TV Movie performer: "Under the Same Sun", "Believing"|
|30 Rock||2010||TV Series||Choir Singer|
|The Sarah Silverman Program.||2007||TV Series||Church Choir|
|Baby's Nursery Rhymes||1992||Video short background vocals|
|Unsung||2012||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Ebony/Jet Showcase||1990||TV Series||Herself|
|Soul Train||1989||TV Series documentary||Herself|
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