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Sharon O’Neill

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b. 23 November 1952, Nelson, New Zealand. O’Neill can be an founded singer-songwriter in her indigenous country. She initial began executing in the first 70s, winning many ‘Queen Of Pop’ honours and showing up as vocalist/pianist with several soft rock rings, including Suitewater, Chapta and Shiner. She agreed upon a recording agreement with CBS Information in Sept 1978. Unlike various other singer-songwriters her materials was piano-based instead of electric guitar, but her music generally involved a music group. Her early albums quickly became favored by the general public, culminating in platinum honours for Probably and Foreign Affairs, plus many hit singles. Following albums weren’t so successful along with a dispute with her record firm held her unrecorded between 1984 and 1986. A fresh agreement with Polydor Information saw the discharge of Danced WITHIN THE Fireplace in 1987. This record garnered good testimonials and radio support but generated poor product sales. After one additional album, 1990’s Advantage Of Wintertime, O’Neill concentrated on her behalf songwriting career.

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Full Name Sharon O'Neill
Music Songs Asian Paradise, How Do You Talk to Boys, Physical Favours, Luck's On Your Table, Danced in the Fire, Face In A Rainbow, This Heart This Song, Losing You, Baby Don't Fight, You Take The Sailor From The Sea, Satin Sheets, Don't Say No to Tomorrow, Lately I'm Your Lady, Don't Send Your Love Away, For All The Tea In China, Shock to the Heart, Smash Palace, Another Man Fools You, Maxine, Sweet Thing, I've Got You To Thank, One Of A Crowd, Radio Lover, Kids In Our Town, We're Only Human, Take The Fall, Melting pot, Edge of Winter, Bitter The Heart, Sun Song, Falling To The Ground, Don't Let Love Go
Albums This Heart This Song, Danced in the Fire, Edge of Winter, Live in Paradise, Sharon O'Neill, Maybe, Foreign Affairs, Words, Words: The Very Best of Sharon O'Neill, So Far, The Best of Sharon O'Neill, The Very Best of Collette and Sharon O'Neill, Smash Palace
Movies Smash Palace


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Soundtrack

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Footy Show 2012 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Savage Honeymoon 2000 performer: "Asian Paradise" / writer: "Asian Paradise"
Storm Riders 1982 Documentary performer: "Asian Paradise" / writer: "Asian Paradise"

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Composer

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Winners 1985 TV Series 1 episode
Smash Palace 1981

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Music Department

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Puberty Blues 1981 singer, song: Puberty Blues

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Self

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NZ Women in Rock 2015 TV Movie documentary Herself
RocKwiz 2007 TV Series Herself
Spicks and Specks 2005 TV Series Herself

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