Vocalist/songwriter Sharon Small was created in Philadelphia, PA, and began her music profession as an adolescent, dropping out of senior high school to wait dining tables while singing history vocals for rings and performing specifications in local night clubs. She self-released her debut recording, Sketching Circles, on January 11, 2007. Partnering with vocalist/songwriter/guitarist Scot Sax (previously of the music group Wanderlust), she following released the seven-song EP Ideal Time to get a Break down on August 7, 2007. She authorized to CBS Information in Dec 2007 and documented an album also known as Perfect Time to get a Break down; the collection included just two tracks also featured for the EP from the same name. It had been released on, may 27, 2008, right before Small embarked on the national tour starting for Robert Vegetable and Alison Krauss. “Adhere to That Sound,” the 1st track through the album, was selected as the theme of the tv screen series The Solution, which premiered in July 2008, and Small performed the music on an show broadcast in August. Following a Vegetable/Krauss tour, she returned on tour starting for Chris Isaak.