Sharon Hamilton, a California native, who currently resides in Atlanta, Ga. While living in North Carolina, Sharon spent time singing in church choirs, and performing in several stage plays written and directed by famous playwright David Payton. Her lead role performance in "They said I wouldn't Make it" and supporting role in "Behind the pulpit", launched her into the local limelight and gave her the opportunity to work with playwright Sham Redmond in the stage production of: Sham Redmond's "You loved the Wrong Man" to name a few. While performing in stage plays, Sharon worked with actors Clifton Powell and Bernadette Stanis (“Thelma” of the sitcom Good times). She had the opportunity to work with R&B singers Tony Terry, Terrell Phillips, of R&B group Black Street, Calvin Richardson, Glen Jones, Maurice Lauchner and Gospel singers Paul Porter and Keith "Wonder boy" Johnson. She broadened her singing and acting skills, which led to appearances on TV One’s Fatal Attraction. Sharon also appeared in HBO's Bessie starring singer/actress Queen Latifah. She has appeared in several television productions/sitcoms such as Tyler Perry's, If Loving you is Wrong and Own’s, Greenleaf and more. Sharon has since ventured out into the southern soul musical genre. She has performed with several major southern soul artists such as the legendary Maurice Wynn, Karen Wolf, Bobby Ray, and J Red the nephew. Sharon loves everything about entertainment. She is a person who loves to have fun and joke around. She is also known as a jokester. She is grateful to be a member of Next level band…. Sit back and enjoy the ride.