Phoebe Sharp, a 22 year old pop singer/songwriter, is currently working on her first full length album with award winning producer and songwriter, John Nathaniel in Montreal, Quebec (Canada). A staff writer at Young Guns Publishing, Phoebe is also pursuing an artist career. Some of her songs have recently been featured in the Nickelodeon show “Hollywood Heights.”
Phoebe started performing at an early age, appearing in commercials, print ads, professional theater jobs, and even dancing with the Colorado Ballet.
A multi-instrumentalist, Phoebe also acts, composes instrumental pieces, and dances (ballet, pointe, tap, and jazz).
After attending the Kauai Music Festival in 2009, Phoebe made connections that would lead her to attend Belmont University and record an EP with Emmy award winning songwriter and producer, Cliff Downs. After writing “Poison Love,” a song inspired by the popular Twilight Saga, Phoebe started gaining a fan base. Her music was featured in multiple online articles, blogs, and video broadcasts.
Since then, Phoebe has collaborated with such songwriters as James Elliott (“His Eyes” – Stephen Curtis Chapman) , Eddie Fisher (One Republic), Rob Wells (Justing Beiber and Selena Gomez), and Tom Douglas (“The House That Built Me” – Miranda Lambert). She also graduated top of her class with a G.P.A. of 4.0 from Belmont University (May 2011). To this date Phoebe has compiled a catalog of hundreds of songs.